Issue #27 – June 2016

The following items were added to the bibliography on June 20th, 2016.

  1. Breeding, M. (2016). Data from Library Implementations. Library Technology Reports, 52(4), 29–35. Retrieved from
  2. Breeding, M. (2016). The Current State of Privacy and Security of Automation and Discovery Products. Library Technology Reports, 52(4), 13–28. Retrieved from
  3. Fawley, N., & Krysak, N. (Eds.). (2016). The Discovery Tool Cookbook: Recipes for Successful Lesson Plans. ALA Editions.
  4. Heyliger, S., McLoone, J., & Thomas, N. L. (2016). Moving Toward “Mega-choice”: The Evolution of Access Technologies in Special Collections. BM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage, 17(1), 17–31. Retrieved from
  5. Kolín, A. (2016). Využívanost discovery systému Summon v Národní lékařské knihovně – naše dvouleté zkušenosti s provozem služby. In MEDSOFT 2016 (pp. 71–77). Retrieved from
  6. Oefelein, T. (2016). Global discovery trends and the library’s changing role. Research Informationormation. Retrieved from
  7. Olmedo Granados, G. (2016). Primo vs. Summon: una comparación desde la experiencia. In XIII Jornadas de la Asociación de Usuarios de productos de Ex Libris en España (Expania). Santiago de Compostela. Retrieved from
  8. Schonfeld, R. C. (2016). Barriers to Discovery of and Access to the Scientific Literature in the Corporate Sector. New York, NY.
  9. Spiteri, L. F. (Ed.). (2016). Managing Metadata in Web-scale Discovery Systems. Facet Publishing.
  10. Wells, D. (2016). Library discovery systems and their users: a case study from Curtin Unversity Library. Australian Academic & Research Libraries.
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