Emory Libraries expands integrated searching with discoverE, phases out EUCLID

Published 04-30-2015

On June 1, 2015, Emory Libraries will complete its phasing out of EUCLID, the former public interface for the libraries’ catalog.

Emory Libraries debuted discoverE in 2009 as its integrated library resources search function, which improved upon the features offered by EUCLID. Regular upgrades have been made; recently added features include virtual browse, sort by date-oldest or -newest, separate records for rare books, and a specific search for newly-acquired materials.

Faculty and students who have not yet used discoverE on a regular basis are encouraged to do so. If you have any trouble using discoverE, please contact your librarian or your library service desk for assistance.

The Emory Libraries:

Robert W. Woodruff Library

Goizueta Business Library

Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library

Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library

Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL)

Oxford College Library

Pitts Theology Library

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