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Summon – brought to you by ILS – NOW with Added Mince Pies December 7, 2011

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’SUMMON’   Mince pies for all on 8th December 10am-2pm in Peirson  To celebrate the successful implementation of Summon we thought we’d have a few mince pies by the Christmas tree in Peirson,   They’ll be a representative from Summon on hand to provide demos and answer any questions you may have, please feel free to come along and invite your students too.  Library users are now able to search across approximately 97% of our resources in one search, using Summon.  Summon provides a single search for 97% of the library's resources, delivering a Google-style experience which ranks the results in order of relevance and availability. Summon is an extremely powerful tool which will bring all of our resources direct to your desktop, from books and journal articles, to podcasts, conference proceedings, newspaper articles and much more.   Summon and Mince pies for RESEARCH STUDENTS  We know Research Students require access to different sources of information and much of the information you require is very specialised.  We therefore thought we’d take our mince pies and the Summon representative to the Graduate School between 2pm and 3pm on 8th December to provide an insight into the extended information which Summon now provides access to.  Do please feel free to drop in.

Mince pies for all on 8th December 10am-2pm in Peirson

To celebrate the successful implementation of Summon we thought we’d have a few mince pies by the Christmas tree in Peirson! There’ll be a representative from Summon on hand to provide demos and answer any questions you may have, please feel free to come along.

Summon provides a single search for 97% of the library’s resources, delivering a Google-style experience which ranks the results in order of relevance and availability. Summon is an extremely powerful tool which will bring all of our resources direct to your desktop, from books and journal articles, to podcasts, conference proceedings, newspaper articles and much more.

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