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Here’s an interesting question…how do you build accessibility into your digital preservation service? TAGS: | | | | | | | I recently attended training on Equality Impact Assessments here at Edinburgh University to enable me to better understand our obligations, under the Equality Act, in the provision of our digital …Continue reading →

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It’s all about the search box – how you can influence DiscoverEd TAGS: | | | | We are looking for your help to assist us in making decisions on the search options and text used in our new Discovery service DiscoverEd. As part of the move …Continue reading →

Searcher Review 2014: Refine your search TAGS: | | | When you use Searcher, you’ll  usually return a large amount of results.  The limiters on the right of the screen make it easy for you to refine your search results. …Continue reading →

Searcher Review 2014 TAGS: | | | The library is working on a review of Searcher, our branded EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS). Over the next few months the Library will make a series of changes to Searcher. …Continue reading →

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Zhouyi zhuanyi Daquan: a piece of early-Ming tradition Just in time for the Chinese New Year we can announce that our copy of...
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