CLIO Adds Columbia Law Library Records

With the latest CLIO release, 439,141 bibliographic records from the Columbia Law School Library catalog have been loaded into CLIO catalog.  Researchers in a variety of disciplines such as human rights, history, gender, international relations, and early church history can now find relevant material without checking each catalog separately. Use the “Check Pegasus for current status” links to see […]

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Enhancing Search Results

The latest CLIO release includes a number of enhancements aimed at improving the relevance of search results. Please continue to offer comments or suggestions for improving CLIO. Your feedback is invaluable as we develop the interface. Please comment below, use the Suggestions & Feedback form under the “Help” menu in the upper right corner of […]

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Changes to the CLIO Catalog Search

We’ve made two adjustments to the CLIO Catalog search based on feedback from faculty, students and librarians. Stemming has been disabled.  Stemming, or lemmatization is a default feature of some SOLR databases.  It functions by reducing a word to its “stem” and then adding all possible suffixes.   Before the change, a search for Methodism retrieved  […]

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Catalog System Upgrade January 3rd to January 6th, 2014

Due to system maintenance, certain CLIO services will be unavailable beginning at 7pm, Friday, January 3rd. Library Accounts will be unavailable during this period, so it will not be possible to renew books, place recalls or holds, or to request  items from Offsite.  Holdings information will display in the results list but not in the […]

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New Results List Displays in CLIO

The results list displays have been updated to include Standard and Compact views: The per-page menu has been renamed “Display Options” The active “per page” option now shows a checkmark, and is remembered between sessions Results lists are numbered Check boxes for selecting items now display on the left Standard View: The Compact View displays […]

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LibX 2.0 for Firefox and Chrome

LibX Columbia University Edition is a Firefox and Chrome add-on which provides direct access to Columbia Library catalogs, electronic books, journals and databases. Highlight text on any web page, right-click to display the context menu, and choose to search that text in a number of databases, including: CLIO, CLIO Legacy, Borrow Direct, Worldcat, ProQuest, Ebsco, […]

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Scan & Deliver

Need a book chapter or journal article from Columbia’s collections? Scan & Deliver: Electronic Document Delivery enables Morningside/Barnard/UTS faculty, students, staff, and Provost-appointed visiting scholars with library borrowing privileges to request electronic delivery of articles and book chapters from the general print collections of many of Columbia’s Libraries. The service is available for book chapters and […]

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Latest Release Adds Features to Articles Search

The latest CLIO release includes several enhancements to the Articles Search: Advanced Search for combining elements like author and keyword Basic Search now includes the ability to search by author, title, publication title,  ISBN and ISSN; in addition to the default All Fields search Sorting and editing have been improved See the 7.8.12 release notes […]

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