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Using the Online Catalog
The Center for College Library Automation (CCLA) recently upgraded Seminole State's LINCCWeb online catalog to ExLibris PRIMO v.3.
The upgraded online library catalog brings changes to the way searches are conducted and how search results are displayed. It is no longer just a catalog of materials owned and licensed by Seminole State or other college libraries in the state of Florida. Instead, it is a "discovery tool" that searches multiple Web-based resources while simultaneously searching the library catalog.
Course assignments that were designed around the previous version of the PRIMO discovery tool may not appear the same in the new version. If you would like assistance with the transition of assignments, a Seminole State librarian will be happy to answer your questions and help you. Please e-mail Patricia DeSalvo, Dean of Libraries and Learning Technology, for more information.
You may still access the library's old LINCCWeb interface if you feel more comfortable using it. To do so, click the "LINCC Classic Catalog" link in the upper-left corner of the library home page. Your search results will be limited to the materials found in Seminole State's and other colleges' libraries. To access the library's databases in the classic interface, click "Go to Databases" in the upper-left corner of the LINCC Classic screen.
No additional upgrades are expected in the immediate future. By learning to work with and use the new version of PRIMO now, you should be covered through 2012.
Librarians and teaching faculty who recently reviewed and discussed the use of PRIMO 3 offer the following suggestions:
The Seminole State Library has noted several improvements with the new version of PRIMO. These include:
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