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ProQuest has taken a step to make education better and more affordable by introducing the Summon-SIPX Reading List Module. This new, innovative and cost-saving system integrates the Summon® discovery service and SIPX® course materials solution to encourage use of library holdings to help students and schools save money.
The sophisticated reading list module bolsters the relevance, visibility, and value of the library across campus by making it easy for instructors to discover and assign any readings they want to use in traditional and online classes, including showcasing library holdings and open content. 
The new module represents another example of ProQuest bringing together its services to benefit libraries, researchers, educators and students, by integrating best-in-class content and discovery tools with the curriculum tools that faculty and students want. Activating the SIPX integration into Summon is simple and requires no local development effort – it turns on with a single click in the Summon administrative module. 
For more details or information about the Summon-SIPX Reading List Module, take part in an upcoming webinar: 
- December 16 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET  – register here
- December 17 at 7 am PT/10 am PT – register here
- January 13 at 10 am PT/1 pm ET – register here
- January 19 at 7 am PT/10 am ET – register here
If you can’t make one of these webinars, you can also request a demo. 
Contact ProQuest SIPX at sales@sipx.com for introductory pricing, available for a limited time

ProQuest has taken a step to make education better and more affordable by introducing the Summon-SIPX Reading List Module. This new, innovative and cost-saving system integrates the Summon® discovery service and SIPX® course materials solution to encourage use of library holdings to help students and schools save money.

The sophisticated reading list module bolsters the relevance, visibility, and value of the library across campus by making it easy for instructors to discover and assign any readings they want to use in traditional and online classes, including showcasing library holdings and open content. 

The new module represents another example of ProQuest bringing together its services to benefit libraries, researchers, educators and students, by integrating best-in-class content and discovery tools with the curriculum tools that faculty and students want. Activating the SIPX integration into Summon is simple and requires no local development effort – it turns on with a single click in the Summon administrative module. 

For more details or information about the Summon-SIPX Reading List Module, take part in an upcoming webinar: 

- December 16 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET  – register here

- December 17 at 7 am PT/10 am ET – register here

- January 13 at 10 am PT/1 pm ET – register here

- January 19 at 7 am PT/10 am ET – register here

If you can’t make one of these webinars, you can also request a demo

Contact ProQuest SIPX at sales@sipx.com for introductory pricing, available for a limited time.

15 Dec 2015

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