Have you checked out the new SCIS Catalogue launched last week?
As well as a fresh look, there are a number of features that will be appreciated by SCIS users.
The search limits available in previous versions of SCIS OPAC are still available (year, place, type, format and language), but search limits have been supplemented in this version of the Catalogue by the ability to filter the results following your initial search. These filters are found in the right hand column of the search results page.
Log in to the SCIS Catalogue and try the filters on a search for World Cup.
- filter: 2010 and after
- filter: Electronic resources
- filter: Videorecordings
- filter: Published in Australia
- filter: Published in New Zealand
If you have requests for other filters you would like to see included as default, please let us know.
A new timeout countdown feature alerts you if your search session has been idle for some time and is about to be reset.
Extension to the timeout period is also being trialled following a server upgrade.
The Voyager 7.0 WebVoyáge user interface was developed to comply with international industry accessibility standards.
The new SCIS Catalogue is designed to display well and resize for use on various mobile devices.
The SCIS Catalogue is now on a separate server at address: http://opac.scis.curriculum.edu.au which means it can function independently in the event of downtime on other SCIS services such as SCISWeb. If your network settings or firewall need to be changed as a result, please contact SCIS for the IP address of this server.