Presentation Type

Presentation

Conference Track

User Experience/Understanding Users

Description

Proxy services originating 20+ years ago, do not meet the needs of modern libraries. Today's authentication systems are more secure, offer robust analytics, and provide modern user experience for managing collections by groups of libraries or users (alumni, faculty, health sciences, law libraries, etc.). Libraries need to support research in ways that are more personalized and need to support research when users are not connected to their institution's network. This session will discuss how libraries can move beyond IP authentication to one that is more secure, personalized and is easy to setup and manage.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn about local directory integration for instant identity management and access.
  • Discover how to get authentication analytics from your collections by user groups and individual users.

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Twitter Handle(s)

@EBSCO, @eduserv‏

Comments/Notes

Room: ML 160

Start Date

30-3-2018 1:15 PM

End Date

30-3-2018 2:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/24331

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Proxy services originating 20+ years ago, do not meet the needs of modern libraries. Today's authentication systems are more secure, offer robust analytics, and provide modern user experience for managing collections by groups of libraries or users (alumni, faculty, health sciences, law libraries, etc.). Libraries need to support research in ways that are more personalized and need to support research when users are not connected to their institution's network. This session will discuss how libraries can move beyond IP authentication to one that is more secure, personalized and is easy to setup and manage.