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In the constantly changing world of e-research, there are more data sources available than ever, which means researchers need more efficient ways to discover and manage vast amounts of information. Complex projects that involve cross-continent collaborations are becoming the norm anymore.

If you are attending SLA 2013, you’re in luck. Please join us to learn how we are pushing the envelope for what research discovery and management can be. We’re hosting a breakfast at the conference, on how to keep up with the rapid pace of research, and librarians and information professionals attending SLA are invited to learn about two solutions that help researchers quickly and easily discover and manage information. And you know breakfast is the most important meal of the day for mental development!

What’s so revolutionary in these two solutions?

-- Summon 2.0 takes discovery to the next level—delivering contextual guidance for researchers, and empowering information professionals to directly impact the discovery experience, in order to lead users to better research outcomes.
-- After that, RefWorks Flow then meets the needs of the mobile, always connected researcher, and offers an experience second to none for managing full-text scholarly material and collaborating with others.

Why would a team of researchers value these services? It gives them:

-- A standardized system that encourages and facilitates global collaboration
-- A centralized location for research material management
-- Provides a streamlined, modern interface familiar to users of open web search engines
-- The tools to help them jump-start the research process
-- Delivers search mechanisms that ensure relevant content is not missed

How can organizations with R&D teams benefit from Summon and RefWorks Flow?

-- Operate in an easy, intuitive environment
-- Knowledge-sharing means better ROI for the project
-- Encourages collaboration across the organization

You can experience a modern, engaging, and powerful research discovery and management experience that provides user satisfaction, lasting utility, and return on investment. Don’t miss this opportunity to see these great services in action at SLA 2013!

04 Jun 2013 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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