RedLightGreen is a new service developed with funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Using some 120 million records from the RLG Union Catalog, RedLightGreen is optimized with specific tools to help undergraduates locate relevant and legitimate works for their research, check availability of those resources through a link to their local online catalog, and create proper citations for those resources in standard formats. The pilot test for this new service launched September 22, 2003.Lots of changes since the launch. If you have not checked out RedLightGreen recently take another look. The article mentions Catalogablog, I'll need a new hat.
Saturday, February 07, 2004
RedLightGreen: What We've Learned Since Launch by Merrilee Proffitt appears in the current RLG Focus
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