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A New Develoment in EBSCO Emailing Procedu


This is a bit of a digression from the topic on the floor, but some of you 
may find this information to be useful.



EBSCO has also very recently changed its interface.  Those who have not 
seen this new interface may find the changes difficult to navigate if you 
are emailing documents after completing a search.  The Add 1-50 link at 
the top left of the current set of documents is missing.  The new hot 
button to press is "Alert / Save / Share" which opens a new mini-window 
which contains among other options the add to folder link.  Credit to my 
wife Nina who spotted this one for me as I had been for years telling 
folks that this was the wrong option, one needs to click on Add to Folder 
instead, a fact the prevented me from considering this as the new home for 
the add to folder option.


I hope that this helps EBSCO users on this list.




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On Thu, 12 Aug 2010, Nicole Pouget wrote:

> Hi Susan,
>
> The only reason we put up with OVID is because we belong to a consortium of medical libraries giving us greater buying power for increased full text access to journals.
>
> The consortia long ago decided to go with OVID.  A few years back we talked about whether we wanted to continue with OVID, or switch to another vendor.  I wasn't there for that meeting, but the verdict was stick with OVID.
>
> My two cents,
> Nicole
>
>
>
> Nicole Pouget,  MLS,  MS
> Medical Librarian
> Physician & Staff Health Science Library
> Wyoming Medical Center
> 1233 East 2nd Street
> Casper, WY  82601
>
> Phone:  307-577-2450
> Fax:   307-577-7858
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>
>>>> Susan Fowler <[log in to unmask]> 8/12/2010 10:18 AM >>>
> Can someone tell me, with actual evidence as opposed to impassioned
> editorial opinion, why I should pay to access Medline via Ovid when I can
> get it for free with PubMed? Out of respect for my colleagues, I have forced
> myself to learn Ovid but I just don't understand how it warrants the cost.
>
> I am asking genuinely, so please don't suggest I am not sophisticated enough
> to understand the unique and superior engineering of Ovid, as librarians
> have in the past. I know that it often takes more then one tool to get at
> something. But on this issue, I need tangible facts so when patrons ask me I
> can do more then just shrug.
>
> Thank you,
>
> -- 
> Susan Fowler, MLIS
> Medical Librarian
>
> Mobile Resources Guide:
> http://beckerguides.wustl.edu/mobileresources
>
> Evidence at Becker:
> http://beckerguides.wustl.edu/ebm
>
> Becker Medical Library, Washington University in St. Louis
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