Re: Ovid PsycARTICLES and PsycINFO vs. Other Versiions Lori Fenton 17 Feb 2010 18:41 UTC

Ditto to Barbara's take on the interfaces. I frequently hear from our
Public Services and Instruction librarians that the EBSCO interface is
superior to Ovid's.

Lori R. Fenton, MLS
Electronic Resources Manager\Periodicals
Washburn University Mabee Library
1700 SW College Avenue
Topeka KS 66621
Ph. 785.670.1984

Barbara Pope wrote:
> We have several Ebsco products and it works like that for all of them.  I
> also like that if you have several Ebsco products, you can click on
> "choose database" and search more than one at a time or switch databases.
> The Ebsco products also do article level linking well, also.  I do not
> like Ovid's search interface.
> Barbara M. Pope, MALS
> Periodicals/Reference Librarian
> Axe Library
> Pittsburg State University
> Pittsburg KS  66762
> 620-235-4884
>> I have mine on EBSCO. Works pretty good. They now have a great feature
>> that you can click on the year vol and issue you want and go to the
>> article.
>> Mina Davenport, Librarian
>> Childrens Hospital
>> Health Sciences Library
>> 747 52nd Street
>> Oakland CA 94609  USA
>> (510) 428-3448 (p)
>> (510) 601-3963 (f)