Posted on March 4, 2016
By Sara Constantakis, Senior Content Developer, Journal Aggregation, Gale
Beginning March 7th, users of Gale’s InfoTrac periodical collections—like Academic OneFile, General OneFile, and InfoTrac Newsstand—will enjoy exciting new functionality. When viewing an article, the “Related Resources” feature recommends additional content of interest, providing a more dynamic, relevant presentation of related content.
To view recommended content from within the product, users can click the “Related Resources” button at the top of the article and scroll through the top 12 results, located below the citation. When searching via PowerSearch, results will be pulled from all applicable content.
Look for the “Related Resources” feature in your InfoTrac collections and try it today!
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Sara Constantakis has been an editor and content developer at Gale for over 17 years. As a child, she ran her own library out of her bedroom, complete with handmade books and card catalog, and now has a Master of Library and Information Science degree to complement her passion for libraries and learning.
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