Department/School

Library

Abstract

The efforts presented here aim to humanize and honor the employees impacted by systems migrations. The authors hope that this can help other libraries interested in doing likewise. The official abstract is as follows:

Armacost Library at the University of Redlands structured the experience of an integrated library system migration to encourage agency, collaboration, and user-centeredness. Careful deliberation by library leadership and creative team-building activities enabled the library to address technological, cultural, and patron-facing changes wrought by the migration. The presenters related migration leadership to the NASIG Core Competencies for Electronic Resource Librarians and considered attributes needed to support colleagues in developing collective ownership.

Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Serials Librarian

Publication Date

12-24-2018

Volume

76

Issue

1-4

Pages

170-177

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

10.1080/0361526X.2019.1551004

Comments

The official version of record was published by Taylor & Francis in Serials Librarian on December 24, 2018, and is available at http://doi.org/10.1080/0361526X.2019.1551004.

A big thanks to our colleagues at University of Redlands: Debbie Alban, Shariq Ahmed, Trisha Aurelio, Les Canterbury, Rebecca Clayton, Gerald Collins, Emily Croft, Alton Edenfield, Lua Gregory, Gary Gonzales, Shana Higgins, Corrinne Howell, Janelle Julagay, Bill Kennedy, Chris Kincaid, Susan LaRose, Todd Logan, Eugenia Livingston, Jessica Macias, Tim Morris, Cory Nomura, Kathy Ogren, and Sandi Richey. We did it!

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