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Looking at Discovery statistics

We’ve been running Primo as our new Library Search discovery system since the end of April so it’s been ‘live’ for just over four months.  Although it’s been a quieter time of year over the summer I thought it would be interesting to start to see what the analytics are saying about how Library Search is being used. 504 more words


UEL Library and "The Dress"

The past 24 hours has seen the internet grind to a halt over the colour of The Dress. Is it white and gold, blue and black, or something else altogether? 193 more words


Enhancement to Library Search makes off-campus login easier

We have made some minor changes to how Library Search appears off campus. Instead of having to log in at the start of your search process to see all results, … 63 more words


Collaborative Crafting for Bibliophiles.

Do you remember receiving your first library card? I wish I still had my card in possession, but I remember it distinctly. It had a wobbly signature, and was hand-laminated by a bi-focaled librarian from America’s first publicly funded library: Scoville Memorial in Salisbury, Connecticut. 862 more words

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A new version of Library Search │ Ketu launches today #OtagoLib

The new library search tool will integrate the library catalogue and further electronic resources allowing users to search the library’s collections from one search box, as well as providing for advanced searching. 35 more words


New Search Box On Library Homepage & Microsoft Games Coming To iOS & Android

New Search Box On Library Homepage: If you’ve ever wanted to search the library’s website – now you can! There is a new search box, powered by Google, on the library’s homepage found at SSCLIBRARY.ORG so if you want to search our website for a subject like “Young Adult” for YA programs “tech” for tech programs “ or “writing” or “writer” to see programs that focusing on writing like our cool Young Adult and Adult Writer’s groups you can! 314 more words

Repository records now in City's new Library Search

Over the last few months I’ve been involved in implementing Summon here at City, which we have called Library Search. One of the things we wanted to make sure we included in Library Search’s content set were repository records, and they have now been uploaded to the service’s index. 89 more words

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