Library today: 'Find it' button provides enhanced article-finding technology
From UST Libraries
Trying to find the full text of an article through the library databases? Now it's easier. If you remember the "Get it" button – the button you clicked to find full text in UST article databases – over January Term it became the "Find it" button (Find it FAQ).
But that's not all. The "Find it" button comes with new functionality. If full text of the article is included in the database you're searching, the article will be linked with one click on the title. If full text is not available, the handy "Find it" button appears to help you find the full text. Please watch this short video to get an overview on using this new technology or view the three-minute video for more information.
Next week, April 15-21, is National Library Week
First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is an observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library staff members and to promote library use and support.
UST libraries are preparing book sales, author readings, an online trivia contest, a skyway golf classic and more. Check the complete online listing of UST Library Week 2007 activities or call Julie Kimlinger at (651) 962-5014 if you would like information.