Intute, the Jisc-funded service which provides access to the best web resources for education and research, has launched a new range of services which offer more flexible and personalised approaches to using Intute resources through websites and virtual learning environments.
'Intute has launched a new range of services which offer more flexible and personalised approaches to using Intute resources through websites and virtual learning environments'
The integration services are described in a new range of Quick Guides backed up by online help. These explain how you can use Intute newsfeeds, search Intute directly from any web page, produce customised e-resource lists and contribute new resources to Intute.
Intute has developed the products as part of a project with the University of Leeds. ‘MyIntute has offered us an easy and effective way of promoting quality assured websites to our students,’ says Martin Gill, Faculty Team Leader, University of Leeds Library.
Intute is a free online service providing access to the very best academic content on the Web for education and research. All material is evaluated and selected by a network of subject specialists to create the Intute database.
Caroline Williams, Director of Intute, says: ‘Our users demand innovative ways to make Intute their own. They want it delivered direct to their desktop and with their own “look and feel”. And they want to know when it’s updated. So Intute offers flexible and easy ways of doing this, with backup support from an online helpdesk. This saves time and the reassurance that content is relevant.’
For further information please go to: Intute's integration services