Posts Tagged: discoverE

Libraries roll out beta version of new search engine, request feedback

Emory Libraries is launching a new library search engine that will make searches easier and more complete for users. Simply called Library Search, it will debut January 6, but the beta version is available now. The Libraries are asking Emory students, faculty, and staff to take the new search engine for a test drive at…

What’s new in the discoverE Combined Tab? CDI!

On Sunday, August 9, 2020 we are looking forward to an upgrade from vendor Ex Libris to the central index that supplies articles and other content beyond Emory local collections to our discoverE “Combined Tab”. It’s called Central Discovery Index (CDI) and will have these improvements:   Lots more content Ex Libris combined the indexes…

Finding Online Access materials in discoverE

Here are some tools to try – one new, one improved, that can help you discover online versions of research materials in discoverE: We added a new feature, the Unpaywall service.  This creates a link to free or Open Access versions of content through the Unpaywall database, based on matching DOI identifiers (primarily used for…

Moving In: Library Service Center

The library is currently moving collections from the Storage Facility at 1762 Clifton to the new Library Service Center   The move is expected to continue through mid-summer 2016, with Rose Library collections moving first, followed by the rest of the collections in order of use and accession, newest to oldest. Library Users may continue to…

Classes and Exams are OVER; now you can read for fun!

Check out Emory Libraries’ popular reading collections, films, and music in discoverE, The library collects bestsellers and award winners in many languages, so there should be something for everyone,  including the kids. New discoverE enhancements include a popular reading collection facet and virtual browsing. We hope this helps you find the perfect book to read…