MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT - Choice has announced the launch of a new service called Choice Reviews, a completely redesigned Choice Reviews Online built to respond directly to the many suggestions received from subscribers. This version has been engineered to work the way that librarians do, with an intuitive user interface, improved search and discovery features, and data management tools that will save you time and simplify decision-making.
The new Choice Reviews features advanced technology that makes librarians faster and better at what they have been doing for centuries: identifying the best sources. With tools that make it easy to save, share, and manage results, Choice Reviews puts the power of curation back into the hands of librarians.
- Searchable database of almost 200,000 academic reviews.
- Intuitive interface to make searches faster and easier.
- Reviews published in real time for immediate access.
- Build lists, save searches, create alerts, find books in WorldCat, poll faculty on their preferences, and even add titles to your GOBI shopping cart.
Choice Reviews is designed to be used by librarians, faculty, and patrons—as a source of bibliographic information and critical reviews of works being considered for research projects and/or classroom assignments.
Visit www.choice360.org for more on Choice Reviews, to sign up for a free trial, and for information on the other products and services Choice has to offer.
Choice is a publishing unit of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), a division of the American Library Association. Founded in 1964, Choice has for over 50 years been the premier source for reviews of academic books and digital resources of interest to scholars and students in higher education. Please visit Choice at www.choice360.org for more information.