Thomson Scientific, providers of the DIALOG and ISI database services, invites you to attend a Best practices, Research Success and Networking Event.

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Dear  FEDLINK Member/Federal Librarian,

How are your colleagues searching, using, and analyzing vital research data? Discover their best practices at this Thomson Scientific event  and make sure you are basing your key decisions on the best data and metrics available.

If you haven't reserved your space at this event designed for information professionals like yourself, please do so now!  Go to: 

Expert speakers and lively discussions help you explore innovative ways to streamline the discovery process and enhance your workflow. It will be a revealing and thought-provoking session, we hope to see you there! 

   8:30 am      Registration, Breakfast and Welcome 

   9:00 am      New Thomson Scientific Information Resources

   9:30 am      Using Publication Data in the NSF Awards Process

   10:00 am     Linking Research Goals and Performance Measurement     Data
   10:35 am     Break

   10:45 am     New Thomson Scientific Collaborations:  Discover how Thomson  
                Scientific is connecting with these organizations  to determine
                new uses for information
                 Discovery Logic
                 Deep Web Technologies

   11:45 am     Wrap up/networking/lunch 

Thomson Scientific
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