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More Enhancements In LINC+

Article Search With the recent upgrade, LINC+ has even more functions than before! Now, you can search not just the usual stuff from the library catalogue—books, journals, microfilms and multi-media materials—but also articles. These articles are retrieved from four pre-selected databases, namely Business Source Premier, JSTOR, Scopus and Web of Science. In the middle of […]

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There are two catalogues that co-exist on the library website: LINC+ and LINC. The default catalogue is LINC+, which looks similar to basic search engines because it has a single search box. It searches the author, title, keyword, subject and notes fields all at the same time. You can refine your results by date, location, format, language and collection. The tags on the right […]

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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 […]

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Unleash Your Search Power!

LINC+ Our new and hotly anticipated enhanced library catalogue, LINC+, was launched on July 16th. This sleeker version seeks to provide users with a visually rich contents display and more features to enhance navigation. It sits next to our traditional LINC in our new library portal. With LINC+, staff and students will find the availability […]

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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 […]

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