Lean Library Partners with TDNet to Streamline Library Search Wherever Users Are

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Lean Library Partners with TDNet to Streamline Library Search Wherever Users Are

SAGE announced the following:

Lean Library, a browser extension from SAGE Publishing that provides library services in the user’s workflow, partners with TDNet, the provider of TDNet Discover, a unified library discovery and content management solution. Together, Lean Library and TDNet will provide libraries with the ability to deliver their library search results to patrons “in their workflow” on academic resources and websites such as Google and Wikipedia.

The partnership will include direct integration with TDNet Discover to make library search accessible to users through the Lean Library browser extension, showing relevant search results from their library wherever they start their search. For example, when a user uses Google, Google Scholar, publisher sites, or Wikipedia, the extension will also display relevant results from their library. …

Nir Karmi, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at TDNet, added, “This integration is an important step towards delivering effective discovery directly to customers, wherever they search. … Next is another integration with the Lean Library browser extension to allow libraries to deploy relevant content from their TDNet library portal where their patrons may need it. ‘

For more information, read the Press release.

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