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In-person and online programs offered in June and July highlighted how informed innovation is driving the development of ProQuest services, like RefWorks Flow™, Summon®, and Intota™. By leveraging this approach, ProQuest is meeting the needs and expectations of today’s users plus helping libraries to increase and demonstrate their value.

It’s the perfect time to learn more about these services, since RefWorks Flow is already enabling the collection, usage, sharing and citing of research; a new, modern interface and features that provide contextual guidance and opportunities for librarians to connect with more users is now available with Summon 2.0; and Intota Assessment launch is near (September) to help libraries in book and serials analysis .

Find out how you can start innovating, improving and demonstrating value at your library. View the following recorded webinars and contact us for demos, pricing and more information.

  • Taking Discovery to the Next Level with Summon 2.0 – An Overview
  •  How to Move Research Forward with RefWorks Flow
  • Intota Assessment: Showcasing Value Through Metrics

You can also discover more RefWorks Flow™, Summon®, and Intota™ details online.

14 Aug 2013 | Posted by Scott Schuetze

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