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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.

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What did Voyager do for us?

In January librarians across Cambridge will be using a different Library Management System. Voyager has been a (generally!) faithful servant for the last 15 years, and it’s time to move on to a new system that’s better able to cope … Continue reading

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E is for…Ebooks or Exams?

You may have seen some recent reports in the press about the demise of eBooks… but in academic circles this is not necessarily the case.  A couple of weeks after these reports, the eBooks team at Cambridge University Library published … Continue reading

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Smile please! The new term has started…

We’ve reached the end of the first week of term, and welcomed to the Pendlebury Library old faces and new.  Our new intake of undergraduate students studying the Music Tripos have already had a week of induction and freshers events … Continue reading

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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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