UH Libraries Enhances Web-Based Services

The University of Houston Libraries has recently rolled out improvements to many web-based services, designed with the user in mind.

UH students, faculty and staff are invited to explore technology and research enhancements, including:

Search is a snap with UH Libraries' improved find functions.

Search is a snap with UH Libraries’ improved find functions.

  • Real-time computer, equipment, and room availability services. The UH Libraries have desktops, workstations, netbooks and multimedia equipment within the M.D. Anderson Library’s Academic Research Center and the Learning Commons, for use in-house and for check-out. Equipment includes laptops, HD video cameras, DSLRs, scanners and printers. Browse available equipment.
  • Did you know that the UH Digital Library offers free online access to digital collections of historic and cultural materials documenting the University, the city of Houston, the state of Texas, and more?  Browse the collections.
  • Search, simplified: OneSearch is your gateway to articles, e-journals, databases, the catalog, and research guides. The Libraries created a streamlined OneSearch Help page to help users with their research questions.

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Posted on October 2nd, 2013 by Esmeralda Fisher and filed under Announcements | Comments Off on UH Libraries Enhances Web-Based Services