As students and researchers are increasingly broadening the horizons of their search for scholastic material, the need for metasearching continues to spill over into all areas of the academic computing environment--be it the library portal, course management systems, or subject-specific websites.
Join this webinar to gain insight to how you can:
- Provide metasearch services to your users right where they are and in the context they understand
- Provide unified search interfaces to minimize the users' learning curve and library's support requirements
- Deliver customized solutions utilizing a well-documented and fully-supported framework
- Roy Tennant, User Services Architect, California Digital Library
- "Using the MetaLib X-Server at the California Digital Library"
- Owner of Web4Lib and the XML4Lib electronic discussions, and the creator and editor of Current Cites, a current awareness newsletter published monthly since 1990
- Books include Managing the Digital Library (2004), XML in Libraries (2002), Practical HTML: a Self-Paced Tutorial (1996), and Crossing the Internet Threshold: an Instructional Handbook (1993)
- Monthly column on digital libraries for Library Journal since 1997
- Recipient of 2003 LITA/Library Hi Tech Award for Excellence in Communication for Continuing Education
- Charles Brown-Roberts, Administrative Support Coordinator, Online Curriculum Library Services, California State University, Sacramento
- "Integrating MetaLib Functionality into Moodle Using the X-Server API"
- Member of the University Library staff since 2003
Involved in Sacramento's Web application development
- In his "part time", also a Graduate student in the California State University, Sacramento, History Masters Program
- Karen Groves, MetaLib Product Manager, Ex Libris, will serve as moderator
How can you participate in the Webinar?
To participate in the webinar all you need is a networked computer with a sound card and speakers. Both audio and video will be delivered directly to your computer over the Internet.
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