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Basque Library of University of Nevada launches new Web site
The new Web site was designed to include services that were not offered before as well as interfaces in four languages. A clear design and easy use were targeted.
The Basque Library of the University of Reno completely reformed its Web site to make it easier to access and find information.
The new Web site was designed to include services that were not offered before as well as interfaces in four languages: English, Basque, French and Spanish. A clear design and easy use were targeted, with the information divided in different sections.
Through an only search, information will be searched in the library catalogue, Basque database, Basque archive, Basque films as well as magazines.
The Library of Reno receives different materials, among them compilations of documents, pictures, audio and videos, as well as posters, etceteras. Up to now this information was not available in the Web site.
Hundreds of magazines that were not included in the catalogue will be also available now. The library will also offer a RSS service of the new books it acquires.
Collection of links
Those who approach the Basque world for the first time or those who want to access more information about issues related to the Basque Country will have a series of links gathered by the Library. The links will provide information on the diaspora, culture, language, genealogy, libraries and data bases, universities, research centres, media groups and statistics, among others.
There will also be a RSS service to receive up-to-date news about the Basque Country in English. Likewise, the library created a section to spread the most meaningful news about the library.
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