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Webinar: Supporting Serendipitous Discovery in the Scholarly Research Process



In SAGE’s latest discoverability white paper, we share the results of original research into an often overlooked aspect of discovery for today’s scholarly researcher –serendipitous discovery is an information-seeking method by which scholars uncover surprising connections between content and concepts. The paper reveals new insights into the search preferences and practices that lead to indirect and unplanned discovery, as a well as a multitude of opportunities for information professionals to aid readers in serendipity within their research journey.
Moderated by infoDOCKET editor Gary Price, in this one-hour webinar, white paper authors Lettie Conrad and Alan Maloney of SAGE shared the findings from their research and presented a range of solutions, including SAGE Recommends.

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