Discoverability Challenge

An interesting blog post from Lorcan Dempsey

http://orweblog.oclc.org/archives/002206.html

The discoverability challenge is “not now only to improve local systems, it is to make library resources discoverable in other venues and systems, in the places where their users are having their discovery experiences. These include Google Scholar or Google Books, for example, or Goodreads, or Mendeley, or Amazon. It is also to promote institutionally created and managed resources to others. This involves more active engagement across a range of channels.”

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