Abe Lederman to speak at Swets Webinar | Federated Search BlogFederated Search
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Abe Lederman, founder and president of blog sponsor Deep Web Technologies, has been asked by partner Swets to speak at one of their Webinars about his experiences with federated search and with Deep Web Technologies’ Explorit – sold under the name SwetsWise Searcher. Abe will demonstrate the product together with Marieke Heins from Swets. The Webinar is free, live, and Abe will take questions. You can register here.

The Webinar is next Wednesday, May 12, 11.00 AM EST, and is open to an international audience.

Here is the topic of the Webinar:

With the amount of information available online rapidly expanding and residing in more disparate sources, you need to help your users simplify the way they discover and access the content they need.

Join our web information session and live demonstration on how SwetsWise Searcher can help you to provide your users with quick and relevant search results. In the Webinar, guest speaker Abe Lederman from Deep Web Technologies will share his experience with in the federated search field and how to accelerate the diffusion of knowledge. He has 25 years of experience in computer software engineering.

Here is more information about Abe’s talk:

Researchers, particularly students, are making Google their first stop for research because it is “quick and easy”. They assume that Google will find the authoritative, scholarly information that they are seeking. However, the information in Google is not always the highest quality or the most reliable content. Librarians now have the opportunity to team up with a Federated Search vendor to once again make the librarian a search authority in finding scholarly information. In this session, the audience will learn of the features and capabilities that are currently available in Federated Search. The audience will also learn how librarians can play a key collaborative role in bringing Federated Search to their patrons.

Free registration is on the Swets site.

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