Children’s Literature Database Gets Even Better

We now have a link in the Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database (CLCD) that will link you right to Rohrbach Library’s online catalog to see if we have the item listed in the database. The link to “Check if your library holds this title” appears in the results list as well as in the record itself.

The database searches our catalog for the ISBN number for that item. If we have it, you go to a link in our catalog for that item. If we don’t have it, you are taken to our catalog to the “Builder Search” screen.

I hope you like it! Give it a try at:

http://navigator-kutztown.passhe.edu/login?url=http://clcd.odyssi.com/member/csearch.htm

Let me know if you have any questions. You can e-mail me or just leave a comment on this blog (use the “leave a comment” link at the top of this post).

–Karen Wanamaker kwanamak@kutztown.edu

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