Dressing For Library Success: Electronic Resource Alignment for Early Career Librarians


What's in your Digital Resources Hub? Explore ways to put together online resources effectively in this webinar.

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This webinar is for early career librarians who manage electronic resources.


Resource discovery and access are key drivers for successful library usage. Aligning electronic resources has become an increasingly complex and labour-intensive activity. Librarians also need to be competent in making electronic resources discoverable and accessible and in analyzing collections and communicating resource value.   

Pick up the key concepts of electronic resource cataloguing, creating discovery and improving access with Matthew Ragucci, Associate Director, B2B Product Marketing at Wiley as he shares tips to improve your library usage and patron experience in this upcoming webinar.

Key Highlights:

  • Learn current library discovery and access tools and practices related to electronic resource management.
  • Understand how librarians can partner with publishers to augment content discovery, access and usage.
  • Develop understanding of skills and contacts required for troubleshooting electronic resources.

Presenter(s)

Matthew Ragucci, MLIS - Associate Director, B2B Product Marketing, Wiley

Matthew Ragucci, MLIS

Associate Director, B2B Product Marketing, Wiley

Matthew provides insight on metadata sharing strategies for optimizing electronic resources and improving library customer experience at Wiley. He currently serves as vice chair of the NASIG Standards Committee and is a member of the NISO Platform Migration Working Group. He also holds a part-time position as a reference and instruction librarian at Brookdale Community College. Matthew earned his Master’s in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University.  His publications are “Evidence-Based Acquisition: A Real Life Account of Managing the Program Within The Orbis Cascade Alliance” and “MARC Metamorphosis: Transforming the Way You Look at E-Book Records.” His interests are metadata, standards, reference, and user experience.