New features on library website

Written by Jon Ritterbush, Electronic Resources Librarian

The Library is pleased to announce the addition of several new features on its website.

Follow the Library

Follow the Library icons
"Follow the Library" by clicking these icons on the Library homepage.

A new set of icons has been added to the library’s homepage.   Each of these icons provides a link to the library’s presence in two social networking services, Facebook and Flickr, and a link to all of the RSS feeds produced by the Calvin T. Ryan Library.

Read more about the library’s new RSS feed service.

“Articles and E-Resources”

Based on feedback from library users in our November online survey, the page formerly known as “Databases and E-Resources” has received an updated label and look.

This page is now named “Articles and E-Resources” to help users more quickly navigate this pathway to finding journal articles on their research topics.  The layout of this page has also changed to display subjects in a bulleted list (no more drop-down menu!).

Most Used Databases list
Not sure where to start searching for scholarly journal articles? Try one of these "Most Used" databases!

The new layout also highlights five of the most frequently used article databases, chosen for their multisubject coverage and access to thousands of full-text scholarly journal titles.  Not certain where to begin your article search?  Try one of these five databases!