New discovery tool Search@LiUB (Beta) released!
On the 3rd of April the university library released a new discovery tool, Search@LiUB. Search@LiUB is built on EDS, EBSCO Discovery solution (read more about EDS on the EBSCO website), and consists of a large metadata index. Search@LiUB enables, for example, searching among journal articles and books at the same time.
This is the library’s first step towards a self-developed and LiU-integrated interface, which will be built during this year. Current search tool LiUBSearch, now running parallelly with Search@LiUB, will be wholly replaced by Search@LiUB in October.
Please observe that the released version of Search@LiUB is a beta. The university library is most thankful for feedback from users of Search@LiUB, preferably through e-mail. The beta version of Search@LiUB is, for the time being, available only in English.
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The opening hours for all LiU libraries during Christmas and New Year vacation 2015-2016 are now available.
Take a look at the Electronic resource for November.
The search box primarily starts on the type of material searched for. The library catalog and My loans are also affected.
Angus Deaton is awarded “for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare”.
Last updated: 2012-09-20