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Syndetics Unbound Blog

Welcome to the Syndetics Unbound Blog! Here you will find updates and the latest insights about ProQuest’s dynamic and engaging library catalog enrichment service, Syndetics Unbound. For more information about Syndetics Unbound, please visit Syndetics.com.

Syndetics Unbound - LibraryWorks 2021 Modern Library Award Winner

January 14, 2021

The Syndetics Unbound team is humbled and excited to announce our Platinum Award in the 2021 Modern Library Awards (MLAs) from LibraryWorks! Read more in this week's blog story.


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Top Syndetics Unbound Titles of 2020

December 16, 2020

Ever wonder what patrons are searching for in library catalogs? We have the answers for 2020, aggregated from all the public libraries that use Syndetics Unbound.


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R.R. Bowker: From Mugwump to Metadata

December 9, 2020

This article provides a historical review of the life of R.R. Bowker, and the dynamic impact and legacy that he's left on the library world today.


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Increasing Syndetics Unbound Visibility

December 2, 2020

Tips on raising Syndetics Unbound usage by increasing visibility within the catalog or discovery layer.


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New Syndetics Unbound Usage Statistics

November 18, 2020

We're very pleased to announce a major improvement to our Syndetics Unbound statistics page. Our new usage statistics include deep dives into coverage and interaction statistics, many charts and graphs, a date selector tool, and the ability to limit your view by instance.


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Include Syndetics Unbound on your search results pages

November 11, 2020

Want to increase usage of Syndetics Unbound? Then increase its visibility! Read about the new abbreviated version of Syndetics Unbound, available right on the library's search results pages.


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Welcome to the Syndetics Unbound Blog

October 28, 2020

Behind this blog and the Syndetics Unbound product is a dedicated team of book lovers who are invested in providing the best technology and service possible to libraries.


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