Getting to know discoverE: If you've been using the Emory Libraries for some time, you probably need no introduction to discoverE, the search tool that will help you find books, journals, and other items in the libraries' holdings. New students and faculty members might find that discoverE is very different than the tools used at their home libraries, which is why we've put together a short introduction to discoverE and what you can do with it.
By Chris Pollette Want more help with discoverE?
This video is just one in a series of other instructional videos on how to use discoverE that we have worked on over the summer break. We'd like to make sure that people are comfortable with the search tool and use it to their best advantage. Whether you're looking for help searching for items by their title or call number, trying to determine how to access your account information or renew a book, or reaching out to learn the best way to refine your research techniques, we're here to help.
Of course, if you have feedback on discoverE or questions on ways to use it better, please let us know.
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