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Big Changes to ISearch are Almost Here

Written by Erica Clay on Wednesday, 17 August 2016. Posted in Posts

On August 17th, all instances of ISearch that begin with the URL or are being upgraded. What's changing besides the color scheme? ISearch has some nice new features! The first thing you'll notice is that all tabs now display in a single row. There's no need to "tab down" to research resources.



















And those quotes? They actually work! Put quotes around a short phrase to require ISearch to search for that exact phrase within all tabs.

Weather your school uses Google Apps for Education or something else, many articles now include an option to Send PDF to my Cloud or upload to Google Classroom.

















ISearch now has improved list-making and list-saving abilities.


















For any item you wish to keep from any tab, select the check box and choose the "Add to My Lists" option from the drop-down.


















Log into your library account to keep your list for future use.


















To learn more about using ISearch in the classroom, visit our new Educator Guide to ISearch. We are in the process of updating our ISearch video tutorials and and Getting Started Guide to support the changes to the interface and the enhancements.













About the Author

Erica Clay

Erica Clay

Erica Clay has been an Integration Librarian for INFOhio since December 2013. She earned a BA in English and Music and a Master of Humanities from Wright State University, and an MLS from Indiana University. Prior to working with INFOhio, Erica worked in academic libraries, as the Humanities Librarian at Wright State University and the Library Director at University of Northwestern Ohio. She has more than 10 years of work experience in education, including teaching PreK and K-8 music. As an ILibrarian, Erica works closely with INFOhio's college and career readiness initiatives, providing resources and instructional support for educators who are working to make sure their students meet Ohio's Learning Standards and Ohio's Graduation Requirements.

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