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We offer a variety of informational and subscriber webinars about our products & services. Live and recorded sessions are available to meet your scheduling needs. These sessions are complimentary and designed to provide insight into how our services can help you, your library and your users.
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Library collections have changed. However, the technology currently available restricts librarians' ability to address this change in workflow. Socrates believed, the secret of change is to focus your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.In this webinar, ProQuest will describe how we are focused on building the new as we continue to develop a comprehensive and modern library services platform. We will share how we plan to help transform library management and provide your library the opportunity to change.
Join Andrew Nagy, Lead Product Manager for Pivot and Jeff Baer, Sr. Director of Product Management for Pivot as they discuss the latest updates and enhancements to the product, including: Improved Pivot Profiles with ORCID and ISNI integrations:
-- Pivot users now have the ability to dynamically link to their ORCID profile, further enhancing the accuracy of profiles in Pivot. And Scholar Profiles now have the ability to save an ISNI identifier - a unique identifier that is used by libraries, publishers, databases, and rights management agencies as a way to identify millions of contributors to creative works.
-- The new Advisor Alert, an email service notifying your users of the top funding opportunities available for the week, specifically matched to their Pivot profile. New Document upload functionality allowing Pivot users as well as Pivot admins to add links and documents, such as a CV, to be indexed in their Pivot profile.
-- A brief look at what’s next on the product development road map.
Discovery services for libraries, whether vendor supplied or free tools such as Google Scholar, have proliferated. Users can easily get millions of results returned from a single search with little effort, but what has been done to improve linking to content once discovered?
Join us for a webinar panel discussion in partnership with ProQuest, featuring librarians discussing how linking is really the most critical aspect of the discovery process for libraries, and how it is often the most overlooked or taken for granted. In an era where discovery of content is relatively easy, libraries need to be aware that linking—the process of fulfillment and delivery of desired content—is still difficult. When links fail, users think the library has failed and go elsewhere.