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SAGE and Expert System Announce Release of SAGE Recommends, a Discovery Tool Connecting Social Science Queries with Concepts

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A new article out of the companies reports, “SAGE and Expert System today announced the release of SAGE Recommends, a new discovery capability within the SAGE Knowledge platform that provides users with links to related SAGE content to support academic research. Powered by Luxid® software, the feature uses SAGE’s new proprietary social science taxonomy to reveal connections between content and concepts across disciplines. First appearing on the recently enhanced SAGE Knowledge platform, SAGE Recommends suggests further reading within the context of a book chapter, reference entry, or streaming video – referring readers to related journals, datasets, and other reference material hosted on other SAGE platforms.”

The article goes on, “The feature brings together the knowledge mined from SAGE’s 1.5 million journal articles, more than 250,000 book chapters and reference works, and much more. SAGE Recommends enables a serendipitous research experience across all of SAGE’s award-winning content platforms, leading students and faculty to uncover relationships between topics across the social science disciplines.”

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