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July 20, 2007

Serials Solutions 360 Link

In an effort to improve service to our users, the University Libraries have made a change in the OpenURL link resolver used for searching for full-text items in databases and journals. When you perform a search in one of the library databases, such as Ebsco Academic Search Premier, instead of the SFX button, you will see a button labeled "Find It" next to each article citation. Clicking on this button will provide users with any full-text options for the article.

In Minerva, the University Libraries online catalog, the full view record contains the "Find It" button. If you are searching for a particular journal, the "Find It" button will provide full-text options for the journal.

Additional information regarding the Serials Solutions 360 Link software is available at:

Please call, email or stop by the Reference Desk if you have questions.

Jane Kessler
Senior Assistant Librarian, Reference

July 13, 2007

New Version of Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Software is launched!

The University Libraries have recently upgraded ILLiad, the request management software used for interlibrary loan and document delivery (including UA Delivery Services). Look for the completely redesigned Web screens for ILLiad, with a more intuitive interface and specialized forms for ordering videos, dissertations, etc. We hope that our new look will be more streamlined as you place your requests for materials owned in other libraries and in the University Libraries. Let us know what you think at

July 9, 2007

New Finding Aids Online

The M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives' has added new online finding aids to its Web site. Additional information about each collection is available through the appropriate links. Please consult the Department’s blog periodically for updates regarding new collections, new online finding aids, programs, and exhibits:

July 3, 2007

Instant Messaging Reference Service

In addition to in person, telephone, and email reference service, we now offer Instant Messaging (IM) service. We welcome your questions via IM.

University Libraries' Mobile Website.
University Libraries YouTube Page.
The University Libraries' Pintrest site!
University Libraries' Twitter Feed.
University Libraries' Facebook Page.