Mary Pagliero Popp

Mary Pagliero Popp is the Resource and Discovery Services Librarian at Indiana University (IU) Bloomington and has been with the University in various capacities for nearly 40 years. She has been involved with IU’s IUCAT Web catalog and works with the team developing Blacklight next generation catalog for all IU campuses. Mary has also worked on implementation of IU Bloomington’s implementations of both WorldCat Local (2009-2011) and EBSCO Discovery Service (2010 to the present). She holds an MLS and an M.S. in Adult Education. Active in the American Library Association, she has served as President of the Library Instruction Round Table and will serve as President, Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) in 2012-2013. Her research interests include discovery systems, characteristics of library users, usability testing of library resources, and active learning techniques.


Planning and Implementing Resource Discovery Tools in Academic Libraries
Mary Pagliero Popp, Diane Dallis. © 2012. 754 pages.
“Resource discovery” has many meanings, and it is now being defined as library research software that allows a library user to search multiple Web-based resources simultaneously...