FEDLINK Librarians – Federated Search is at Your Door

This post was written by Darcy Katzman on July 9, 2014
Posted Under: Clients,Marketing Announcements

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.

AFRL Screenshot

Here is an example of our newest federal government library at Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland AFB.

DWT just made it a whole lot easier for FEDLINK libraries to provide a single search box for their patrons to access their subscription databases. Through FEDLINK, federal libraries can purchase DWT’s next generation Explorit Everywhere! federated search at a reduced price, bringing top-notch, intuitive features directly to their users.  With a focus on accessibility, ranking and speedy return of results, librarians can watch the queries roll in through our statistics module, or simply download metrics every month to show a successful ROI.

Ready to get started?  Check out our page on the Federal Library & Information Network Contracting/Vendor Products & Services pages and read our Press Release here.  We welcome your library to our “State of the Search”.

 

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