Zach's News

January 18, 2011

New Zach S. Henderson Library homepage unveiled today

Welcome back to campus!  We invite you to explore our newly redesigned homepage, which is part of an ongoing process of redesigning the entire Henderson Library website.  We’d love to know what you think of it. Library Catalog You’ll notice that the default library catalog search is the GIL-Find interface, which we’ve been providing as […]

August 30, 2010

GIL-Find Features: Narrowing a Search

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Check out UGA’s demo of how easy it is to narrow down your search in the library catalog, with the new GIL-Find interface.  Georgia Southern’s own GIL-Find catalog is available here.

August 6, 2010

Have you tried GIL-Find?

One year ago, the Zach S. Henderson Library introduced the beta version of a new search interface for the GIL catalog.  Called GIL-Find, this interface provides a more inclusive search with keywords or phrases, and then allows you to narrow the search results by topic, call number area, format, author, language, location, and more.  The […]

December 22, 2009

Mashing up WorldCat

If you know the meanings of the terms “API” and “mashup,” this might interest you… “A new API is now available from OCLC that makes the world’s largest library catalog available to anyone and everyone in a programmatic way. Called WorldCat Basic, this new API is being offered as a very simple interface into WorldCat. […]

August 26, 2009

Try GIL-Find, our new alternative library catalog interface

Sometimes we learn a new technology, only to have it replaced by a completely different new technology.  But sometimes we get to keep both options open… Some of you can remember when a certain soft drink changed its formula, and the public backlash was so swift and strong that they brought back the old formula […]

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