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Where to Eat in Seattle

Seattle is a sensational foodie town home to well-known chefs like Matt Dillon, a 2012 James Beard award winner, Ethan Stowell, Tom Douglas and many more.

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22 Jan 2013 | Kristen Hatchman

Come Out and Play in Fremont!

Let your unique side show in Fremont, the neighborhood of unexpected and unconventional entertainment.

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21 Jan 2013 | Daniela Parmley

Statistics Show the Impact of the Summon Service at the University of Michigan

A recent blog post by Ken Varnum, Web Systems Manager at the University of Michigan, details the impact of the Summon service on article discovery by MLibrary users.

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21 Jan 2013

Serials Solutions’ Gulf Chapter User Group

On December 11, 2012 Masdar Institute Library, located in Abu Dhabi, hosted a Serials Solutions User Group where representatives from more than 30 institutions participated in roundtable discussions.

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21 Jan 2013 | Kristen Hatchman

Steven Bell, Associate University Librarian, Research & Instructional Services, Temple University

Find out more about Steven J. Bell, Associate University Librarian for Research and Instructional Services at Temple University

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18 Jan 2013 | Daniela Parmley

An Outsider’s Guide to Seattle

I visit Seattle often since I live in Philadelphia and Serials Solutions headquarters are there—well, sort of—our offices are in Fremont, one of the funky neighborhoods.

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17 Jan 2013 | Andrew Nagy

Canadian Healthcare Journals to Be Indexed in Serials Solutions Summon Service

Serials Solutions®, a ProQuest® business, is working with Longwoods Publishing to index its healthcare journals in the Summon® discovery service.

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17 Jan 2013 | Andrew Nagy

Meet Yvette Diven, Publisher & Senior Product Manager

Find out more about Yvette Diven, Publisher & Senior Product Manager

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16 Jan 2013 | Scott Schuetze

What to Do in Seattle

Ride the Ducks! Take the monorail! Visit the very first Starbucks! Shop! Eat!

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16 Jan 2013 | Daniela Parmley

Considering the User Experience is Critical When Evaluating Discovery Services

Library discovery services must do more than simply provide a single search box. They must provide a user experience that truly meets users’ expectations, developed from using open Web search engines.

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15 Jan 2013 | Eddie Neuwirth