Monday, 4th June 2018
Through this research we sought to examine drivers around three goals for content discovery: creating a single point of entry to diverse content collections, improving back-end integration of multiple databases, and generating fresh insights through use of data analytics.
We used a survey to collect data from around 50 respondents across pharma/biotech, computer science, applied computing, electronics and engineering, chemistry and materials science and other areas such as defence and food/agriculture. We also conducted in-depth interviews with selected individuals.
This builds on our 2017 discovery research where we explored how information professionals define content discovery and what user needs they sought to address.
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By Elizabeth Trudell.
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