Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'library catalogue'

Changes in LINC & LINC+

With effect from 27 Oct, there will be changes to the options of collection scopes in LINC and LINC+ (in the “Refined By” column of search results). The changes are to facilitate your search for materials in specific library and format collections.   Existing Scope Replaced By Remarks       Digital/AV Collection CD/DVD-ROM Collection Includes CD-I, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM and CD […]

Read Full Post »

Have you tried LINC+, the enhanced library catalogue of the NUS Libraries? If you have not, make a date with us at the LINC+ Road Show taking place from 25th to 29th August 2008. During the period, our librarians will move from faculty to faculty to showcase the new capabilities of our new catalogue. You […]

Read Full Post »

My Reading History is a feature that allows you to save a list of everything that you check out from the library. After logging in to myLINC, click My Reading History to activate your Reading History function. Click on Opt In to view your Reading History. The system will start tracking your reading history from […]

Read Full Post »

Whether it is called the OPAC system, the online catalogue or LINC, the Library Integrated Catalogue is a core resource of the library. In the course of a day, I use it several times, for reference queries, to find out if we need to buy certain materials, or even for my own personal interests. The […]

Read Full Post »