Every three years, NC LIVE reviews its resources and selects new digital content for the consortium. While we usually experience a few minor changes, 2015 will bring some BIG changes to the resource lineup. Most of these relate to the decision to replace NC LIVE’s large group of EBSCO databases with a group of ProQuest databases.
Some of the exciting new resources include Pronunciator for language learning (see our blog post), Films on Demand video collection, Reference USA (coming soon), and ebrary eBooks. You can view the complete list of content changes that will take effect on January 1, 2015.
In addition to the new resources, NC LIVE introduced its new Metasearch functionality today, which allows you to find articles, eBooks, videos, journals, databases, and more — all with one search! Just look for the search box on the left side of the main page.
Questions? Contact the Reference Desk at Chatham Community Library: 919-545-8086.