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We asked three librarians about the impact the Summon service is having in their libraries. Is it the single search box? The clear starting point? Or the easier way to discover materials available from the library?

Take a look at this video to find out what is top of mind for Stephen Parnell, University of South Australia, Scott Garrison formerly at Western Michigan University and currently at Ferris State University, and Cheryl Gowing of the University of Miami.


14 Jun 2012

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