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Global Trends in Libraries: Challenges and Changing Roles

Tue, Jun 11, 2019 3:00 PM BST{LOCAL_TZ}

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In October of 2018, Springer Nature conducted a global survey on library challenges, publisher engagement, and our level of service to the library community. The goal of this survey was to better understand the trials facing librarians and the ways publishers and libraries can partner.

In this webinar, we’ll present the findings of the survey and what it may mean for the academic community. Some of the questions covered in the survey include responsibilities, challenges to individuals’ roles and to the library as a whole, and how content is evaluated.


Tim Gillett
Editor, Research information 


Dan Penny
Director, Market Intelligence
Springer Nature (UK)

Dan Penny, Director, Market Intelligence at Springer Nature, works within the Strategy & Market Intelligence group. His team supports colleagues around the world by carrying out market and customer research projects, as well as bibliometric research.

Bob Boissy
Director of Account Development
Springer Nature (USA)

Bob Boissy is Director of Account Development for Springer Nature, whose team provides technical and promotional support to libraries in the US and Canada. Bob has published works in various areas relating to scholarly communication and is the former President of NASIG, currently sitting on the NISO Information Discovery and Interchange Topic Committee.

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