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Report from InSight Summit 2: How Can Librarians, Publishers, and Providers of Discovery and Management Tools Collaborate to More Effectively Communicate the Value of Information?

Report from InSight Summit 2: How Can Librarians, Publishers, and Providers of Discovery and Management Tools Collaborate to More Effectively Communicate the Value of Information?
Thu November 15, 2018
The theme for the second MLA InSight Summit was “Meeting the Evolving Information Needs of Library Stakeholders.” This article reports on the challenge of how information librarians and librarians can collaborate in explaining to users why licensed (and often costly) content has real value to them.

The theme for the second MLA InSight Summit was “Meeting the Evolving Information Needs of Library Stakeholders,” following closely on observations at the first InSight Summit that librarians and information providers needed to focus on quantitative and qualitative approaches to understanding users.
Much of the time at InSight Initiative Summit 1, held in March, was devoted to small-group discussions of issues that both librarians and vendors regarded as challenging. This is the fourth of four articles that synthesize key points from the discussions.
Much of the time at InSight Initiative Summit 1, held in March, was devoted to small-group discussions of issues that both librarians and vendors regarded as challenging. This is the third of four articles that synthesize key points from the discussions.
The InSight Initiative Task Force is pleased to announce that applications are now being sought for the second InSight Initiative Summit, “Meeting the Evolving Information Needs of Library Stakeholders,” to be held September 27–28. Applications for health sciences librarians are being accepted throu
The Scholarly Kitchen post by Shalu Gillum (University of Central Florida College of Medicine) and Steven Heffner (Wolters Kluwer) on the MLA InSight Initiative, an open circle partnership between librarians and industry partners to advance thinking on health information.
Much of the time at the InSight Initiative Summit 1, held in March, was devoted to small-group discussions of issues that both librarians and vendors regard as challenging. This is the second of four articles that synthesize key points from the discussions.
Much of the time at the InSight Initiative Summit 1, held in March, was devoted to small-group discussions of issues that both librarians and vendors regard as challenging. This is the first of four articles that synthesize key points from the discussions.
Read about the InSight Initiative, MLA's new effort to engage with publishers and vendors serving our membership.