2021 is an important year for Project ReShare. After three years of working together, the software is poised to go live this fall. It’s been an exciting journey so far, and we’re really just getting started. Project ReShare represents a new approach to resource sharing technology in libraries, one that places practitioners in the driver’s seat and empowers libraries to work together to take ownership of the technology that powers their services.
We’d like to take you for a tour of ReShare returnables as it stands today, and share perspectives from the current migration efforts. Then, we’ll talk about the current state of the community and the roadmap for the coming months and years. ConnectNY, a consortium of NY State academic libraries, is one of the first consortia to implement ReShare. Hear why ConnectNY decided to take this bold move and learn how to get involved!
Presenters: Kristen Wilson from IndexData and Pam Jones, ConnectNY
This session is sponsored by the Empire State Library Network. If you have any questions, contact Kathleen Gundrum (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Laura Osterhout (email@example.com).
Free to ESLN Members. Registration is required.