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Tuesday, March 18 • 9:50am - 10:35am
Digital Popular Collections: From Patterson to Pinkalicious-Providing patrons with what they want 24/7/365

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A community-driven discussion from public, state, and academic librarians on how digital popular material's collections are adding value to your patron's library experience, how that value is being measured, and what these libraries are doing to increase value and make the user experience as pleasant as possible. There will room to discuss the popular materials collection fits in the grander scheme of overall electronic resources.

QUESTIONS FROM THE COMMUNITY! Session Organizers are soliciting questions for discussion in this panel session. Click here to submit your question.

Speakers
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Linda Raymond

Associate Director, Access & Organizational Initiatives, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
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Sarah Strahl

Head of Tech Services, Ela Area Public Library

Tuesday March 18, 2014 9:50am - 10:35am
Grand Ballroom

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