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The Article Discovery Working Group [ADWG] evaluated Search Tools, Google Scholar, and Summon. We analyzed personas to help us understand the article discovery needs of our users, gave our own expert reviews of the three systems, and conducted a broad survey of the University of Michigan community to evaluate our user’s sense of the relative importance of particular functions and features.

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08 Apr 2011 | Posted by Trevor Gibson

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