1. Establish a test profile and experiment with various customization options to determine optimal configurations.
  2. Using the SuperSearch Configuration Worksheet, plan for the resources to be included in the general SuperSearch that will be featured prominently on the main library pages.
  3. Determine initial placement of the main, generic SuperSearch boxes on the library website.
  4. Determine which databases are most suited for potential subject specific SuperSearch modules.
  5. Determine which subjects are most suited to early deployment as subject specific SuperSearches.
  6. Develop general teaching module for use in Fall classes. (This will, in part be limited by target dates of EDS implementation.)

Post 7.15.2010
  1. Create supplementary instruction (videos, handouts, etc.) to coincide with other planned marketing.
  2. Finalize other elements like teaching modules.

Other Issues
  1. In addition to classroom/student oriented education, there needs to be a systematic series of instruction for library faculty about SuperSearch.
  2. There needs to be a systematic method for identifying and approving resources that will require connectors, particularly those requiring new connectors. This is of particular importance since a major point of EDS is the ability to search not only library but web based resources and these will most likely require new connectors.