New Titles Links
|General Tips About Displaying New Titles in
- It is very easy to display only the newest records that
have been added to the Library Catalog. If a search
you enter has retrieved any records
the past 90 days, there
clickable Limit by: New Titles
click to display the
- In addition to being
able to easily display new
titles in the Library Catalog at any time, you
may also set up one or more personalized RSS
feeds if you
would like to be automatically notified about any
new records of specific interest (or in a particular UF Library) that
added to the Library Catalog. Just copy/paste the link under
the button you see
on any Library Catalog Results List into your RSS Reader. [See links to
Using This New Titles Page
Other New Titles Search and
you connect to the Library Catalog using a link on this page, If you
ever click "Start Over"
Library Catalog, you will then be
the entire Library
- You may right-click any link on
this page to open your "New Titles" session in
a new browser
tab or window. Then this page will remain available if you want to
consult the search tips below or if you want to
start over by using a link on this page.
- If a list of records retrieved is long, you
may narrow your search to see
fewer results in a number of ways.
Use the browser BACK
button if you want to try something else.
At any time the list of retrieved records
may be sorted (e.g. by author, title, or call number).
As with any Library Catalog search results,
you may check any records and click VIEW
MARKED RECORDS to email or print them -- or export them to RefWorks.
- Instead of selecting "All New Titles",
start by displaying a list of titles in a specific library; these
enable shorter initial
lists that may be focused on topics of the most interest.
- You may simply
"drill-down" to records of
interest at any time using the
clickable facet links on the left of any results screens. NOTE: This may work better after you have
initial list in some other way. All possible facets will not appear on very long
lists of retrieved records.
- When you choose to start by linking to a
list of New Titles
in a specific library in the left column, you may enter one or more
search terms in
search boxes (e.g. author's last name, key subject/topic word(s), etc.) That will first retrieve all of the
records in that library collection containing your search terms. To see
just the "New Titles", you must then click "New Titles" under the