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Discovery – Tell us what you think

How do users discover and access our collections? Are they finding what they need via LionSearch? Via The CAT? The Discovery Solutions Working Group wants to hear from you. Please provide feedback via our brief survey and join us at an upcoming Brown Bag to share your thoughts about what you want to see in our discovery tools (e.g., our search/browsing systems such as Lion Search, The CAT, etc.).

The survey should take about five minutes to complete and will be open until midnight, Friday, April 14.

The Brown Bags will be held in the Dean’s Conference Room, 510A Paterno and via Zoom (meeting ID: 8148630626) on the following dates:

Friday, April 21, 1-2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 26, noon–1:30 pm

There is no set agenda for the Brown Bags — we are looking forward to hearing your ideas, concerns and recommendations regarding discovery of our resources. Feel free to bring your lunch to the discussion; coffee, water and cookies will be provided.

On behalf of the Discovery Solutions Working Group:
Zoe Chao
Marie Cirelli
Jennie Knies
James Keyzer-Andre
Banu Kutlu
Eric Novotny
Jeff Edmunds (resource)
Dace Freivalds (chair)

– submitted by Dace Freivalds, chair, Discovery Solutions Working Group