New Library Locator Service for HCI Bibliography
The HCI Bibliography is a free-access bibliographic database
on Human-Computer Interaction. With over 23,500 records,
primarily books, journal articles and conference papers,
a common question is "Where can I get this item?"
The HCI Bibliography is pleased to add links to a new service
to help find libraries with books, journals, and proceedings.
In the search results, many record will display links to find
an item at a library. Clicking the link will open a new window
to which users will be able to supply their location to find
libraries within a desired proximity. Thousands of libraries
worldwide are covered. This new service is free, but permanent
service is not guaranteed.
Here is a search for books that might be hard to find:
The presentation of the links will change over the next few month,
mainly to add more library locator links for more types of items.
Note: A new window is used as the target for the link so that
users can more easily check many links in one set of results.
Set up the windows side-by-side and try clicking several links.
Drag-and-drop will not work with these links because they do
not include the referring address.
Please send comments and suggestions on this feature,
including the library locator itself, to me.
Gary Perlman, Director, HCI Bibliography Project
PO Box 20187, Columbus, OH 43220 USA
mailto:[log in to unmask] http://hcibib.org/