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John F. Kennedy University has selected ProQuest® solutions to aid its students in discovering resources. The University’s search for a discovery service ended once ProQuest presented an integrated solution that they could not resist, Summon, ebrary and Syndetic Solutions.

This attractive package of discoverability and the capability to enrich their content was the winning combination to assist the University in its mission to provide a broad range of information resources and services that enhance learning and discovery. The quality and differentiation of ProQuest products combined in an integrated solution distinguishes the company as an attractive partner for the University.

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ProQuest connects people with vetted, reliable information. Key to serious research, the company’s products are a gateway to the world’s knowledge and its technologies serve users across the critical points in research, helping them discover, access, share, create and manage information.

The company’s cloud-based technologies offer flexible solutions for librarians, students and researchers through the ProQuest®, Bowker®, Dialog®, ebrary®, EBL® and Serials Solutions® businesses – and notable research tools such as the Summon® discovery service, RefWorks® Flow, Pivot™ and Intota®, a new library services platform.

12 Sep 2013 | Posted by Tara Shepard

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