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Library Secondary: Technology Laboratory

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Technology Laboratory

Cool projects that help you find what you want.

Search the Catalog from Anywhere

Looking at Wikipedia, Google, or Bing and wondering if the library has anything on the same subject? Just click this bookmarklet and you can search in ChesCat. See it in action.

To install, drag LibSearch into your bookmark bar, or if you're on Internet Explorer version 8 or earlier simply right-click and add the bookmarklet to your Favorites.

Link to Library Catalog Searches

Generating a link to a search in the ChesCat catalog can be frustrating, as a link copied from the address bar may break later on. This bookmarklet creates a catalog URL from any search phrase.

Drag ChesCat Linker into your bookmark bar, or if you're on Internet Explorer version 8 or earlier simply right-click and add the bookmarklet to your Favorites.

LibraryLookup

Looking at book on Amazon.com and wondering whether the library has it? Just click this bookmarklet and a new window will pop open in the library catalog; if we have the book, you'll see it there.

Drag LibraryLookup into your bookmark bar, or if you're on Internet Explorer version 8 or earlier simply right-click and add the bookmarklet to your Favorites.

Mega-Blog

The Chesapeake College Mega Blog combines several RSS feeds from different sources into one large listing of all things Chesapeake. Read the President's blog, see new computer tutorials, & more!

Browser Search Engines

Did you know that most modern web browsers come with sets of built-in search engines? You can quickly search Google, Bing, Yahoo!, or Amazon. Now, you can add Chesapeake College's library catalog to your browser's search engines, too! Click here to add ChesCat to your search engines, then take a look at the video below to see how it works.

FIND IT:

    > OneSearch
    > Databases
    > Catalog

CITE IT:

    > NoodleTools

RESOURCES:

    > Research Guides