Are you interested in recent acquisitions in your area of interest? CLIO has the ability to search all books in the collections, by date, subject, and even date acquired! Knowing how to use CLIO filters can help you to see the most recent books that we’ve acquired for the collections.
- Begin a “blank” search in the Catalog (don’t put any words in; just click your cursor in the text box and hit Enter. You’ll get the 10 million or so books that we currently have in the collection.
- From there, the fun begins. Look on the left at the filters. If you scroll down, you’ll notice that there’s a filter called “Subject (Region).” If you click on the “more” option, you’ll see one for Israel. Click on that, and you’ll see the 17K records that we have for books about Israel
- Looking back at the filters, you’ll see another filter called “Acquisition Date.” That filter will give you books cataloged within the last week, last month, last 6 months, or the last year. If you choose 6 months, for instance, you’ll see that there were 400+ books about Israel added to the collection in the last six months.
Interested in what’s being published generally about the Jews? Click on the filter for Subject “Jews,” and then go to the top and click the “x” on the subject for Israel – you’ll get everything that is listed with Jews in the catalog record, and you’ll see the 300+ books acquired in that area in the last six months.
You can also set up an RSS feed for the search by clicking on the orange RSS symbol next to the “Previous/Next” buttons above the search results.