Discovering Surprising Connections: The Key to Finding Content?

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Where do researchers go first to find new scholarly materials? Do researchers relay on recommendations from peers and faculty members to help the research process? A new two-part white paper from SAGE Publishing explains how serendipitous discovery during research can propel researchers in the right direction. With this in mind, SAGE developed a new discovery tool, SAGE Recommends, which helps users uncover relevant research materials by drawing connections between content.

Check out an infographic for the white paper below, or read the original white papers, “Expecting the Unexpected: Serendipity, Discovery, and the Scholarly Research Process” and “The Story of SAGE Recommends”.

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Read the original white papers “Expecting the Unexpected: Serendipity, Discovery, and the Scholarly Research Process” and “The Story of SAGE Recommends”, or find the original press release here. Interested in reading more SAGE white papers? Find a full archive here.

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