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Multnomah County Library recently won a national award for its new responsive website, which officially launched in February 2013 along with the BiblioCommons discovery layer. Learn about the goals and successes (and lessons learned) of the redesign, including: the implementation of an integrated search experience using Apachs Solr and the BiblioCommons API; providing a responsive patron experience; aligning the discovery layer and Drupal website; using Drupal taxonomies for discovery and organization; and streamlining content creation and editing.

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Start Date

7-2-2014 10:00 AM

End Date

7-2-2014 12:00 PM

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http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/24673

Subjects

Libraries -- Computer programs, Drupal (Computer file), Library Web sites -- Design, Web site development, Information retrieval

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Feb 7th, 10:00 AM Feb 7th, 12:00 PM

Device Agnostic Discovery Using Drupal and Bibliocommons

Multnomah County Library recently won a national award for its new responsive website, which officially launched in February 2013 along with the BiblioCommons discovery layer. Learn about the goals and successes (and lessons learned) of the redesign, including: the implementation of an integrated search experience using Apachs Solr and the BiblioCommons API; providing a responsive patron experience; aligning the discovery layer and Drupal website; using Drupal taxonomies for discovery and organization; and streamlining content creation and editing.