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Upgraded Tool Available for Finding Articles and Databases

Duke University Libraries uses a commercial application for presenting subscription-based bibliographic databases on the Web. The tool, known as MetaLib, allows users to find databases, customize the presentation of favorite resources, search multiple database/resources simultaneously, store citations, or connect directly to a remote search system (e.g. Proquest). A version upgrade to this tool was installed on January 12. The upgrade provides extensive interface improvements based on customer feedback and usability testing. All of the data (saved citations, favorite database-sets, etc.) you may have created with the earlier version have been changed over to the upgraded version. If you have any questions or training needs please contact the Reference Desk.

Posted 01/11/2005


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