Leah Chaise

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What are the most common discoverability challenges among librarians?

Chelsea Kaiser Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)

In 2018, Taylor & Francis set out to engage with librarians to help identify Discoverability issues. We developed and conducted a poll at 6 major library conferences to determine what the most popular Discoverability challenges are among librarians. By engaging...

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Take a Sad Song and Make it Better: Evidence-Based Acquisitions for E-Books

Leah Chaise Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)

At the 2019 Electronic Resources & Libraries Conference, Taylor & Francis presented a joint session with Western University. The premise of the session was to hear how library-vendor relations are built on a foundation of trust that can be mutually...

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What Students and Faculty Need in a Research Database

Rebecca Bentes Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)

Taylor & Francis recently attended an ACRL-Choice webinar on what students and faculty need in a research database. We are pleased to provide you a summary of the session, highlighting the most important key takeaways.  In a survey sponsored by ProQuest, 1,353 faculty and...

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Insights from Selected Sessions, a Roundtable Event, and Librarian Interviews at UKSG19

Leonie Heath Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)

At the recent UKSG19 conference, Taylor & Francis attended several sessions, hosted their own roundtable event, and recorded interviews with librarians on some of the big topics being discussed in the library community.   Scroll down to discover the key themes that emerged from selected sessions, responses from the roundtable...

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