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Still discovering iDiscover?

The Farewell to Voyager post a few weeks ago prompted some further comments about iDiscover. So here’s a quick follow-up post about iDiscover, which, in the best Darwinian tradition, is constantly evolving. Advertisements

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Coming to a library near you…

So, you’ve been away for the summer, you come back to university, and what do you find? Your friendly catalogue of choice, LibrarySearch, has vanished and there’s a brand new catalogue iDiscover instead. iDiscover has been introduced across the UL, … Continue reading

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Lo and behold: all overnight loans ‘labelled’ on catalogue

In case you are not familiar with the concept of overnight loans at the Pendlebury Library of Music I refer you to my previous post on this blog. This is just to announce that, thanks to my colleague Sophie, all … Continue reading

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Rare and unbound

One of the less well known sides of the Pendlebury Library collections is undoubtedly its rare books room. A few years ago, a temporary lecturer accidentally put a rare book on a reading list but since then things have gone … Continue reading

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