Library today: electronic books via Ebrary St. Thomas Newsroom May 15, 2008 Library today: electronic books via EbraryFrom UST LibrariesTry the new Ebrary electronic book service offered by UST Libraries! Just link to the CLICnet catalog and type “ebrary” as a keyword search to see the titles currently available. Ebrary features include: Create a Personal Bookshelf to automatically save highlights, notes, and bookmarks. View video clipConduct a simple or advanced search by key word, full-text, publisher or author. Use Boolean or proximity. View simple search video clip View advanced search video clipClick on a book jacket to open it. To return to your search results click on the Search Tab. View video clipsNavigate to each occurrence of your search term, flip through pages, go to specific page numbers. View video clipUse InfoTools to link to more information in the library or on the web. Activate InfoTools by selecting words of interest with your mouse, then use the InfoTools pull down menu. View videoclipCopy and print with automatic citations that include a URL hyperlink back to the source. View copy video clink View print video clipWe have Ebrary fully set up with all of our customized features in the Infotools. Define goes to a free Webster’s Dictionary and Oxford Reference Online. Explain goes to our version of Encyclopedia Britannica. Who/Biography goes to our Biography Resource Center. Summer library newsKeep an eye on the Bulletin and the UST Libraries Web site over the summer for the staff recommended reading list and other library news. FYI: O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center will be getting new infocommons computers and carpeting over the next couple of months.