The discovery service has been a known genre in libraries for more than a decade. What then does the evolution of discovery look like as we seek to meet and exceed our users' expectations? Read the article in Research Information.
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The discovery service is, in many ways, the 'front door' to the library's collections. As we consider the evolution of discovery, what are the core principles on which we must build the next-generation discovery service?
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