New email delivers all the Libraries’ latest titles

By Kevin Cretsos

In today’s busy world, sometimes it’s difficult to keep track of all the newest information. However, with a new service in the University Libraries, students, staff, and faculty can receive emails with all the latest print and electronic titles available in the UD catalog -- books, journals, databases and more.

With these reports, sent by email once every two weeks, users can sort and narrow the titles by subject. Each title has an embedded web link to the item’s catalog record, which tells where the item is in the library and how to request it.

The email, designed to improve discovery and delivery of library resources, is one way the Libraries are fulfilling a strategic initiative to support scholarship throughout the research cycle.

To subscribe to the automatic lists, fill out this survey: https://goo.gl/forms/Vumvl4pusABqrdLj2

Users can opt out using a link provided in each email.

- Kevin Cretsos, Library Systems Support Specialist

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