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ProQuest Integrates Flow and Summon Services

ProQuest’s Flow search management solution is now integrated with ProQuest’s Summon discovery service. Researchers have persistent access across both platforms, which allows them to save reference citations, collaborate with colleagues, and share content.

The aim of the integration is to foster “a stronger relationship between users and the library,” says Andrew Nagy, lead product manager of discovery services at ProQuest. For example, search results from Summon can be saved to Flow, and users can create Flow accounts while working in Summon. 

Source: ProQuest



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