- That five-tabbed search box in the center of our homepage is a very valuable tool for searching a variety of our resources in order to find library materials, research assistance, articles, databases, and course reserves. Many of your searching needs will be met with this one box, so plan on becoming very familiar with it.
- We changed the navigation to focus on tasks rather than resources. This means, for example, that you don’t need to know about eJournals AtoZ in order to find full-text articles online. You just need to click on the Find Articles, Journals, etc. link and the next page will point you in the right direction (you can also use the Articles & Journals tab in the abovementioned search box).
- Once you figure out which resources you need, you can access the most commonly used ones in our Top Tools section, found in the left-side navigation bar. You’ll also find a lot of the important performing arts resources (Naxos Music Library, Oxford Music Online, etc.) underneath the large search box.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
About the New Website
As you have probably noticed, there have been many changes on our website. While we are hoping to eventually change the look of the site to match up more closely with the University’s new website design (which should be up soon), there are several exciting new changes that we are sure you will like. Here are just a few of them: