What is the discoverE e-shelf?
e-Shelf allows you to save and organize items that you find during your discoverE session. To access e-Shelf, click the e-Shelf link at the top of the discoverE home page.
Temporary items, may only be saved permanently if you Login
Not yet an e-shelf user? New users should wait until the service is stabilized on 10/10/2011
Currently an e-shelf users? You should have received multiple notices alerting you that current e-shelf records cannot migrate on 10/10 and will be lost. We recommend that you export or print all citations you still need from your se-shelf.
We will continue the e-Shelf service after October 10th and encourage you to use it. The October 10th upgrade will result in a more stable environment that we will maintain without disruption in the future.
Saving Items to e-Shelf
When you select the Star icon for an item in the search results, the system highlights the icon and adds the item to the Basket folder in e-Shelf.
You must sign in to save items in e-Shelf for future sessions.
Removing Items from e-Shelf
To remove an item and all of its copies in the various folders in e-Shelf, select the highlighted Star icon next to the item in the search results.
If you do not want to delete all copies of an item in e-Shelf, you must remove each copy directly from e-Shelf.
What to learn More? Click on the HELP button in discoverE
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