VERSO – Virtual Electronic Reference Source Organizer

May 16th, 2008 · by spolanka · 2 Comments

A visual way to search for eBooks in the library collection – VERSO.  From the Quinnipiac University’s Arnold Bernhard Library in Hamden, CT.  Check it out.

For more information on VERSO, read the recent article in Library Journal – “A grassroots response to a surge in e-resources yields a new virtual reference shelf.” By Terry Ballard, 5/15/2008

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  • 1 Nancy Ashbrook // May 29, 2008 at 2:58 pm

    Read the article in LJ. Totally awesome concept and really like the mouseover where covers popup. In a visual world (that this is), the implications and applications for this organizational tool are “virtually” (pun intended) limitless. I’d love to work on this project. Anything I could do?

  • 2 spolanka // May 30, 2008 at 3:52 am

    Nancy, it is pretty cool. Since this is a grassroots effort from Quinnipiac University, I’d suggest contacting them directly to see what you can do to help. Please post what you find.