Searching discoverE by Date: The Emory Libraries' search tool, discoverE, makes it easy to find holdings by their creation date. Some will be looking for the most cutting-edge research to inform them of the newest trends. Others will be looking for materials published in a certain period to track down the works of notable scholars. Finding items by date can help you in your work.
By Chris Pollette Want more help with discoverE?
It's easy to get started: Just visit discoverE and enter a search term in the text box. After you click Search and you get your results, you'll see a list of aspects of different publications down the left side of the screen. You'll see Creation Date among them. Choose a range of dates to narrow down your search.
We've created a series of videos available on YouTube and iTunes U that will help you with this and many other useful ways to work in discoverE, based on feedback we've received from library patrons like you. Over the next few weeks, we'll be featuring them here in the Librarians' Blog. Stay tuned for more!
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