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Digital Library Analysis introduced

Jones eGlobal Library is offering a free analysis to help education leaders understand how their digital libraries compare to the evolving “Gold Standards” when it comes to developing students’ information literacy skills.
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Jones eGlobal Library is offering a free analysis to help education leaders understand how their digital libraries compare to the evolving “Gold Standards” when it comes to developing students’ information literacy skills.

Offered for a limited time, the three-step analysis pairs school leaders with digital library experts from eGlobal Library. After answering a series of questions from Library Solutions Consultants, participants submit their current digital libraries for a review by MLIS degreed librarians. The librarians evaluate the libraries based on:

- Single sign-on capabilities
- Search tools and search functionality
- Relevancy and accuracy of search results
- User interface and ease of navigation
- Student tools

The librarians then provide written analyses, which are delivered to participants by the Library Solutions Consultants. The process of reviewing and analyzing a participant’s library takes between two and three months.

To begin the digital library analysis, school leaders can call 888-235-6637 or visit www.eGlobalLibrary.com/analysis. For more information about Jones eGlobal Library, visit www.eGlobalLibrary.com.

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