Issue #16 – April/May 2015

The following items were added to the bibliography on May 4, 2015.

  1. Ávila-García, L., Ortiz-Repiso, V., & Rodríguez-Mateos, D. (2015). Herramientas de descubrimiento: ¿una ventanilla única? Revista Española de Documentación Científica, 38(1), 1–17. doi:
  2. Azadbakht, E. S., & Polacek, K. M. (2015). Information Literacy Instruction with Primo. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 54(3), 23–26. Retrieved from
  3. Badke, W. (2015). Whatever Happened to Browse. Online Searcher, 39(2), 71–73.
  4. Borchert, T., & Fischer, E. (2015). Is Your Discovery Tool REALLY Better than Google? In 2015 Library Technology Conference, Macalester College, St. Paul – March 18-19. Retrieved from
  5. Breeding, M., & Brooks, S. (2015). A Discussion on Discovery. Retrieved from
  6. Chatterjee, P., & Das, D. (2015). Web Scale Discovery Service And Tools With Special Reference To Central Library, IIT Kharagpur. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering & Technology, 2(3), 677–686. Retrieved from
  7. Ciccone, K., & Vickery, J. (2015). Summon, EBSCO Discovery Service, and Google Scholar: A Comparison of Search Performance Using User Queries. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 10(1), 34–49. Retrieved from
  8. Colson, J., & Allen, K. (2015). Our Trek to Discovery: A Tale of Implementation. Online Searcher, 39(2), 45–49. Retrieved from
  9. Dalal, H. A., Kimura, A. K., & Hofmann, M. A. (2015). Searching in the Wild: Observing Information-Seeking Behavior in a Discovery Tool. In ACRL 2015 Proceedings – March 25–28, 2015, Portland, Oregon (pp. 668–675). Retrieved from
  10. Edwards, H. (2015). How Useful are Library Discovery Tools? Refer: Journal of the ISG, 31(1), 8–11. Retrieved from
  11. Frederiksen, L. (2015). Exploring Discovery. Public Services Quarterly, 11(1), 43–47. doi:
  12. Gaines, D. J., & Fagan, J. C. (2015). OAIster on EBSCO Discovery Service, FirstSearch, and The Charleston Advisor, 16(4), 5–12. doi:
  13. Hawkins, D. T. (2015). The Next Generation of Discovery Services: Where Are They Headed? — An NFAIS Workshop. Against the Grain, 27(1), 81–84. Retrieved from
  14. Helling, W. (2015). Are You Experienced? Exploring User Experience in Public Libraries Discovery Systems…to the Rescue? Going Beyond your ILS-Based OPAC. Retrieved from
  15. Hubbard, J. (2015). Search@UW (Primo-Alma) Usability Testing Materials. UWM Libraries Other Staff Publications. Retrieved from
  16. Koster, L. (2012). Wizards and Tables or how the Primo back office could work better. In IGeLU 2012 Conference Zurich. Retrieved from
  17. Morse, L., & Stohn, C. (2014). One System, Different Expectations: The User at the Center of Discovery. In 2014 Charleston Library Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition. Charleston, SC. Retrieved from
  18. Morse, L., Conrad, L., Gilstrap, D., Chen, B., Kessler, R., Gindi, M. (Michelle), & D’Agnostino, A. (2015). NISO Working Group Connections LIVE! Collaborative Improvements: ODI Success Stories (January 28, 2015). Retrieved from
  19. Namei, E., & Young, C. A. (2015). Measuring Our Relevancy: Comparing Results in a Web-Scale Discovery Tool, Google & Google Scholar. In ACRL 2015 Proceedings – March 25–28, 2015, Portland, Oregon (pp. 522–535). Retrieved from
  20. Polidoro, P. (2015). Using Qualitative Methods to Analyze Online Catalog Interfaces. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(3-4), 314–330. doi:
  21. Prommann, M., & Zhang, T. (2015). Applying Hierarchical Task Analysis Method to Discovery Layer Evaluation. Information Technology & Libraries, 34(1), 77–105. doi:
  22. Stone, G. (2015). The benefits of resource discovery for publishers: a librarian’s view. Learned Publishing, 28(2), 106–113. doi:
  23. Stuart, K., Varnum, K., & Ahronheim, J. (2015). Measuring Journal Linking Success from a Discovery Service. Information Technology & Libraries, 34(1), 52–76. doi:
  24. Walsh, G. (2015). Discovery at The National Archives. Refer: Journal of the ISG, 31(1), 26–29. Retrieved from
  25. Williams, B. A. (2015). Face2Face=Traction. Refer: Journal of the ISG, 31(1), 12–14. Retrieved from
  26. Zhang, T. (2013). Design, User Experience, and Usability. Web, Mobile, and Product Design. (A. Marcus, Ed.)Design, User Experience, and Usability. Web, Mobile, and Product Design (Vol. 8015). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi:
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