WorldWideScience.org – a Cut Above the Web

WorldWideScience.org just recieved yet another pat on the back from the blog Inside Science Resources. Khue Duong, Science Librarian at California State University, Long Beach, posted a review titled, “WorldWideScience, a Cut above the World Wide Web.” Yes, the title summarizes it well. Users are often surprised to learn that the engine behind WorldWideScience.org is […]

A Whole Day’s Search Resolved in Minutes

Customer stories are the lifelines of Deep Web Technologies. We revel in hearing how an unassuming researcher shortened their workday and redirected their energy toward other tasks. Or how a Nursing Instructor had allotted an hour for an article search and his task was complete in sixty seconds! The story below comes from our friend Anita […]

“More than PubMed, Better than Google”

That’s the tagline for the Helen Hayes Hospital MULTIsearch gateway and isn’t it great? Organizations often find that adding just a few words of explanation helps them successfully market their new Explorit Everywhere! search application to their researchers, and usage goes up. We thought that Helen Hayes did a wonderful job explaining why users benefit from using MULTIsearch instead of […]

Why A Federated Search?

Editor’s Note: This is a guest article by Anita Wilcox, E-resources Librarian at Boole Library, University College Cork in Ireland. The UCC library is an Explorit Everywhere! customer, and Anita, ever our advocate, graciously accepted the invitation to write a blog post for Deep Web Technologies’ “Customer Corner” amidst her busy schedule.  Anita’s Enterprise Search Europe presentation may be […]

WorldWideScience.org 2015 Enhancements

WorldWideScience.org has received a tremendous amount of press so far in 2015. On January 8th, Microsoft published a case study on WorldWideScience.org and Deep Web Technologies: “WorldWideScience.org is the result of years of research and innovation. Although the underlying technology itself is exciting, Deep Web Technologies and the WorldWideScience Alliance are most interested in what it […]

UNECA promotes information discovery for African researchers

African research is on the rise, doubling the amount of research in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)-based fields between 2003 and 2012 (Worldbank).  While at this point, African researchers produce only 1 percent of the world’s research, the quality of that research is measurably improving.  And that’s where the United Nations Economic Commision for […]

FEDLINK Librarians – Federated Search is at Your Door

If you’re a FEDLINK librarian, you probably know Science.gov.  Perhaps you’re familiar with WorldWideScience.org, the E-Print Network or National Library of Energy.  What you may not know is that the technology behind all of those searches is yours truly, Deep Web Technologies. DWT just made it a whole lot easier for FEDLINK libraries to provide […]

Another Happy Customer – New York Law Institute

Happy customers? That’s our specialty. Here is one: the oldest circulating law library in New York City, the New York Law Institute (NYLI). In April, NYLI deployed their new, customized federated search to consolidate their holdings into a single search. Members can take the law…erm…search into their own hands by logging in from the NYLI […]

Sixty Seconds to Find the Right Article – Mount Carmel’s Story

We love it when our customers write about their search solution!  Mount Carmel Health Sciences Library (MCHSL) implemented their new federated search solution for a five-site hospital system and nursing college in October of 2012.  In October 2013, Mount Carmel published their initial review, titled “Implementation of a Federated Search in a Multi-Hospital System”, through […]

The Charleston Advisor gives Deep Web Technologies high marks

The highly regarded Charleston Advisor, known for its “Critical reviews of Web products for Information Professionals,” has given Deep Web Technologies 4 3/8 of 5 possible stars for its Explorit federated search product. The individual scores forming the composite were: Content: 4 1/2 stars User Interface/Searchability: 4 1/2 stars Pricing: 4 1/2 stars Contract Options: 4 […]