Issue #17 – June 2015

The following items were added to the bibliography on June 3, 2015.

  1. Aharony, N., & Prebor, G. (2015). Librarians’ and Information Professionals’ Perspectives Towards Discovery Tools — An Exploratory Study. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. doi:
  2. Birkner, M. (2015). VuFind an der AK Bibliothek Wien. Mitteilungen der Vereinigung Österreichischer Bibliothekarinnen & Bibliothekare, 68(1), 79–90. Retrieved from
  3. Breeding, M. (2015). Library Systems Report 2015. American Libraries, 46(5), 28–41.
  4. Decoster, S. (2015). Relever le défi des outils “discovery”? : les formations orientées vers l’usager. Former aux compétences informationnelles à l’heure du web 2.0 et des discovery tools. Gembloux. Retrieved from
  5. Hienert, D., Sawitzki, F., & Mayr, P. (2015). Digital Library Research in Action: Supporting Information Retrieval in Sowiport. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). doi: http://dx.doiorg/10.1045/march2015-hienert
  6. Hofmann, A., & Wiermann, B. (2015). The VuFind Based “MT-Katalog”: A Customized Music Library Service at the University of Music and Drama Leipzig. In B. Lausen, S. Krolak-Schwerdt, & M. Böhmer (Eds.), Data Science, Learning by Latent Structures, and Knowledge Discovery (pp. 547–556). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. doi: http://dx.doiorg/10.1007/978-3-662-44983-7_48
  7. Jost, C. (2014, October). Bibliothèque?: bien choisir son discovery tool. Archimag, (278).
  8. McManamon, C. (2015). Learning from observation: end user reaction to the Summon discovery service. Insights: The UKSG Journal, 28(1), 64–68. Retrieved from
  9. Mitchell, E., West, B., & Johns-Masten, K. (2015). Revitalizing Library Services with Usability Data: Testing 1, 2, 3… Computers in Libraries, 35(4), 11–14. Retrieved from–Revitalizing-Library-Services-With-Usability-Data.shtml
  10. Stohn, C. (2015). How Do Users Search and Discover? – Findings from Ex Libris User Research. Retrieved from
  11. Walker, J. (2015). The NISO Open Discovery Initiative: promoting transparency in discovery. Insights: The UKSG Journal, 28(1), 85–90. doi: http://dx.doiorg/10.1629/uksg.186
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