My last post discusses how some clever librarians are using web tools to bundle useful resources to clients. Here’s an example of how a philosophy subject librarian could use them.
1. SEARCH BOX FOR MURDOCH UNIVERSITY PHILOSOPHY OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES.
The search box below uses google to make a single search of these resources. (Try it – it’s a real one and works)
- Murdoch University Library subject guide to Philosophy
- Murdoch University Library guide to Philosophy Internet sites
- Murdoch University Library guide to electronic resources
- Murdoch University Philosophy Programme home page
- The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Australasian Philosophy Home Page
- Yahoo Directory – Philosophy
- philosophy @
- BUBL Philosophy links
2. BUTTON TO ADD ABOVE SEARCH BOX TO IE7 BROWSER TOOLBAR’S LIST OF SEARCH ENGINES
If you click this buttonreferral link you’ll see a page with a clickable button. Click it to add the search box above as a “search provider” in your Internet Explorer 7 toolbar.
HOW TO: follow the steps at Innovate
HOW TO: Follow the pointers from What I learned today.
Thanks to CM for sparking my interest in this one.