Enhancing Digital Access to Course and Library Materials

Sponsored by ProQuest
Recorded on 04/20/2021

Posted in Ebooks and Digital Resources


Libraries are experiencing an increased demand for e-content along with a need to improve the speed of its delivery and fulfillment. This has resulted in greater challenges and an examination of the tools that provide digital access to materials for faculty, students and researchers.

Two solutions over the past year, reading lists and document delivery, have grown in importance and emerged as being vital to the delivery of course and library materials.

Gain insight into how the California State University San Marcos library is using both tools to address users’ needs while improving organizational workflows.

We’ll also include a short overview of two solutions, RapidILL and Leganto, and how they can help your library drive usage in courses.


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    Kelly Ann Sam

    Reserves CoordinatorCalifornia State University, San Marcos

    Kelly Ann Sam is the Reserves Coordinator at California State University San Marcos. She earned her MLIS in 2019 from San Jose State University and has spent her library career working in Circulation and User Services in both public and academic libraries. Kelly Ann is responsible for the management of physical, electronic, and media reserves using Ex Libris’ Leganto. She is also involved in textbook affordability initiatives and assists faculty with making their course materials available freely through the library.

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    Natalya Magazino

    ILL Borrowing CoordinatorCalifornia State University, San Marcos

    Natalya Magazino is the ILL Borrowing Coordinator at California State University, San Marcos. She has her MLIS from San Jose State University. She has experience working in both circulation and resource sharing over the past ten years. She currently serves as the chair of CSU’s Resource Sharing Functional Committee, a group responsible for providing oversight and leadership for the CSU consortium’s resource sharing activities.

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    Jane Burke

    Vice President, Strategic InitiativesEx Libris

    Jane Burke is Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, at Ex Libris, a ProQuest company. Jane joined the Ex Libris business unit at the time of the acquisition, after ten years with ProQuest. Jane has responsibility for a variety of Ex Libris initiatives around discovery and customer value realization. Prior to joining ProQuest in 2005, Jane co-founded and served as President/CEO of Endeavor Information Systems, worked as a librarian at Cook Memorial Library, and served as President of NOTIS Systems. Jane earned master’s degrees in Library Science from Dominical University (formerly Rosary College) and in management from the Kellogg School of Northwestern University.

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    Mike Richins

    Director of Product ManagementEx Libris

    Mike Richins has 20 years of experience in resource sharing. He began his career in the Interlibrary Loan department at Colorado State University Libraries, initially managing borrowing requests and eventually becoming the lending supervisor. He joined the RapidILL team in 2010 and is now the Director of Product Management for RapidILL at Ex Libris. He lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, and is also an artist, exhibiting his oil paintings in solo and group shows.

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    Jessie Ransom

    Teaching and Learning Product SpecialistEx Libris

    Jessie Ransom is the teaching and learning product specialist for Ex Libris. She works with libraries around the world to understand their goals and challenges in supporting teaching and learning. She has been with Ex Libris for 6 years, and before that she worked as a reference librarian in her home state of Colorado. She has an MLIS from the University of Washington.