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The WilsonWeb CX Edition refers to the
110th anniversary of The HW Wilson Company which takes place in
2008. “CX” are Roman numerals for 110.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Basic
Search Screen. Notice new layout of
buttons and links at the top of the screen and the bottom of the screen.
There are currently 2 different
links to the Journal Directory.
1.The new Journal
Directory link in the Database Selection Area links the user to a customized
JD report that reflects the databases that have been selected.
2.The Journal Directory
found in the Quick Links takes the user to the main Journal Directory search
page so that they can create their own reports.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Advanced Search
On this screen you will note that there
are 3 custom links that can be created by the library…such as a library home
page, an events calendar, etc. The same
custom links also appear in the Quick Links dropdown. It is also possible for a library to create
up to 2 co-branding icons. Each icon
can be a link to another site, of the libraries choice.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Search
Results – Basic Display.
1.New “Find” search box
(search in results or a new search).
2. Suggested Subjects are now on left side of
screen, plus we have increased the number to 10 Suggested Subjects.
3.The new tabs offer the
user the ability to limit/narrow their search results at this point by
clicking on a tab. For even more
flexibility, the tabs can be unclicked so that the user can manipulate the
search results even more.
4.The user can now
Create Alerts, make Sorting choices, plus determine the number of records per
page, from this screen. Additionally
they can easily browse the pages in their search results.
5.Newly added to the
system is a counter for the items that have been marked. Users can then retrieve only the records of
interest, for additional manipulation, or simply clear the marked records.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Single View
1.Now have ability to go
to next full display record.
2.Can Print, Email or
Save the single record directly from this page by selecting the
appropriate. Incidentally, if available
the printed, emailed and saved records will automatically provide the full
text of a record, in addition to the full citation, if it is available.
3.Peer Reviewed Journals
are now identified by a new icon, within the full citation.
When clicking the Print Email Save button
in the bar at the top/bottom of the screen, the user is taken to the Print
Email Save page with the Print function pre-selected. If the user wishes to email, save or export
the record, they can then select the desired function from either the links on
the left side of the screen or click the appropriate tab at the top.
When a Full Text HTML record has been
selected and displayed in the popup window, users can either print, email or
save the record by clicking on the appropriate button. It is now possible to translate an article
from English into another language.
Recently expanded to the list of
languages of choice for translation from English are now Japanese and
Russian. French, German, Spanish,
Portuguese, Italian and Korean were previously added.
The user can sign on (using their
unique ID number to either save searches or retrieve previously save
User can build a search in 2
1.Mark searches of
interest, select the operator (And, Or, or Not) that will be inserted between
each search and then click the “Run Search” button. These searches can then be saved, deleted,
or perhaps have an alert created.
2.It is also possible to
simply type in the “Find” text entry box a search number…like “#3” and then
type in the operator And, Or or Not, plus an actual term. So, for example, the following could be
typed in the box – “(#3 or #2) And pollution”
To Save a search, after having entered
the user ID number, simply mark the record(s) of interest, name the search and
then click the “Save” button.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Art Museum Image Gallery Brief Results Screen.
Click either the image or the title to open the record.
If there are multiple image available, the
user will see a link under the title and artist for viewing more images.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Art Museum Image
Gallery single record View layout. Each
record has key information about the work either on the left side fo the
screen or directly above the image. The
image can be enlarged.
Release 3.0 Art Museum Image Gallery Full Size Image Display.
Image can be opened into a popup window (multiple images in popup at one time,
The size of the image can
be expanded by either selecting the browser’s page adjustment size button in
the upper right corner of the screen, or by clicking on the bottom left corner
and dragging the image into another size.
Multiple images can be opened so that
works can be compared.
See new split name entry boxes. Also, there is an “auto-complete” feature on
the Professions and Place of Origin entry boxes.
The auto-complete feature allows the user
to start typing in terms and then anticipating terms of interest and that are
possible in the database.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Biography Brief
Search Results screen. If a profile for
a specific person is found, listed immediately below are other persons closely
related to the primary profile…like a wife, a child and/or perhaps a colleague
for which there is a record. At the
bottom of the it is also possible to add to the listing by including other
profiles in which the original person searched is mentioned in their
profiles…adding to the research information.
Note: New layout of master record, plus a
new link for “Most Recent Articles” helping users to find the latest
information about a person.
When a person has more than one image
available, there is a new popup window that displays the choices. Clicking on any one of the smaller images, will
open that image into the larger image area.
WilsonWeb Release 3.0 Play Index Advanced
Although similar, some of the key
elements of the Advanced Search screen for Current Issues: Reference Shelf
Plus and the Current Issues in Health databases have been rearranged for
easier use. The list of topics is now
on the left side, plus the “Topic Finder” box has been relocated.
Opening up all subtopics.
When all Subtopics have been opened,
scroll through the entire list to see available articles.
New Current Issues in Health – layout
similar to Current Issues: Ref Shelf Plus.
Approx. 56 topics by release, with 80 topics by end of this year
The default color screen choice is blue
& yellow. It is also possible to
select red as the primary color for the search screens, if desired. These choices are in the Administrator’s