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Everyone gets excited about the concept of a single search box and the amount of content that is available for discovery, but that is just one part of the discovery ecosystem. Users need better access to content and more librarian guidance to go beyond the top three to five search results that appear; not to mention the tools to store, share and collaborate the content they are accessing. Join ProQuest and Information Today, Inc. for a webinar where we will discuss these topics, and much more.

In this session, you will hear Amy Fry (Electronic Resources Librarian, Bowling Green State University) share her experience in addressing user needs within the discovery process, and from Eddie Neuwirth (Senior Product Manager, ProQuest) on how ProQuest is transforming the research lifecycle to benefit users and librarians worldwide with the Summon® service, 360 Link and ProQuest Flow™.

Register today to hear about these new innovations, technologies and opportunities!

What: A Single Search Box Is Just Not Enough For Users
When: Tuesday, September 9, 2:00 pm ET (11:00 am PT)

26 Aug 2014

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