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Motivation behind this Presentation. Utilize the new inquiry usefulness. Explore the results.Use drill downs.Navigate in the Rail.Save inquiries Use seek history. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search. 2. Fundamental Searching. Enter watchword pursuit terms. We have entered parallel title in the hunt box. Select the asset you need to look. We have chosen AACR2. You may choose a few s
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Joan Weeks Library of Congress Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search

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Purpose of this Presentation Use the new hunt usefulness. Explore the outcomes. Utilize penetrate downs. Explore in the Rail. Spare inquiries Use seek history Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search

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Basic Searching Enter catchphrase look terms. We have entered parallel title in the hunt box. Select the asset you need to look. We have chosen AACR2 . You may choose a few sources at once . Tap on Find . Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search

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Reviewing Results Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may roll your mouse over the hits in the left sheet to see a short rundown that will help you choose whether to see the full substance. 4

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Selecting a Result Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search When you tap on the hit, the full record will show in the correct sheet. 5

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Navigating Results Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search To see more content of the hit you can change the sheet by dragging your mouse over the middle until the cursor transforms into a twofold tipped bolt . You can then left snap and drag your mouse to change the sheet . 6

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Navigating Results cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You can figure out where you are in the asset by survey the bread scrap joins at the highest point of the archive and afterward click these connections to bounce to a specific segment. You may tap the catches to bounce to another source to see a comparable dialog. 7

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Navigating Results cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You can explore to the following or past areas by utilizing the symbols at the top and base of the showed report. 8

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Using Icons Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search 1 . Open the present report in another program window. 2 . See the clipboard. 3 . Duplicate to the clipboard. 4 . Print the record. 5 . Email the report. 6 . Bookmark the archive 7 . Backpedal to come back to through the screens you have seen. 9

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Using Icons cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search 1. Synchronize the report you are survey with the Table of Contents (TOC) 2. See the past outcome from your inquiry 3. See the following outcome from your pursuit 4. Hop to the past hit inside the showed report 5. Bounce to the following hit inside the showed archive 6. Tap the highlighter to turn highlighting on/off 10

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Using the Rail Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The rail at the edge of the left sheet is another element with this form of CD3. You may utilize the <<< at the top to shroud the Rail Pane to see the full screen perspective of your archive as in the following picture. 11

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Using the Rail cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may tap the >>> after you have seen your archive and show the Rail Pane again as appeared in the above picture. 12

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Start Over Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The main symbol in the rail is the START OVER catch. This symbol will clear everything from both the left and right sheets. Note: It will likewise erase your hunt history unless you have spared it. 13

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Quick Tasks "Helping Bolt" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The LIGHTENING BOLT symbol opens a fly out menu of Quick undertakings that give you the capacity to bounce to the particular asset that best addresses your issue. A portion of the connections in the range are still a work in progress and your info and recommendations are generally welcome. 14

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Quick Filters "Channel" Icon The FUNNEL symbol gives Quick channels to flip between your assets, all assets, LC assets and particular inventoriing undertakings. When you tap on Show all assets , you may show the full rundown of CD3 assets and select one that isn\'t on your asset list for a particular inquiry. 15 Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search

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Collapse the Table of Contents Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may crumple the Table of Contents (TOC) utilizing the FOLDER symbol. This is exceptionally helpful, on the off chance that you have bored down in an asset for a specific thing. 16

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Clear TOC checkboxes Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The CHECK MARK symbol clears the greater part of the check marks you have entered before the asset to be sought. 17

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Preferences "Gear-tooth" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The Preferences " Cog " symbol gives you the chance to re-set your underlying login inclinations that you set when you signed into CD3 surprisingly. You might need to do this in the event that you have to change your underlying settings. 18

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"New" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The NEW symbol gives clients a snappy take a gander at the most recent increments and changes to Desktop. 19

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The Acronyms "Sheet of Paper" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The SHEET OF PAPER symbol gives a snappy reference to the acronyms that catalogers use to allude to CD assets. Acronyms are recorded toward the start of numerous assets in the TOC to help gathering and finding comparative things. 20

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Help Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The HELP symbol opens another window to the Cataloger\'s Desktop preparing assets and FAQs at: http://www.loc.gov/albums/desktop/web-faqs.html 21

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Table of Contents "House" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search After you have done an inquiry you may utilize the HOUSE symbol to come back to the assets in the TOC. 22

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Hit list "Amplifying Glass" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The MAGNIFYING GLASS symbol gives clients a brisk approach to come back to the hit list after they have shown a report in the correct sheet. 23

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Bookmarks & Saved Searches "Star" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The STAR symbol empowers clients to bounce rapidly to their Bookmarks and Saved ventures 24

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Saving Searches Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may spare a specific pursuit by tapping on the Save interface. You can recover the Saved hunt by selecting the Star symbol . 25

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Session history "Clock" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The Clock symbol is exceptionally valuable for rapidly setting off to your session history. You can spare your history with alternatives to simply spare hunts, just archives or all things. 26

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Session history "Clock" Icon Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search The Clock symbol is exceptionally valuable for rapidly setting off to your session history. You can spare your history with alternatives to simply spare hunts, just reports or all things. 27

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Saving Session history Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may tap on the Save histories connection to recover the session history you spared. You may alter this session and afterward Save it once more. 28

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Additional Search Functions-Browsing Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You might need to counsel a specific asset with a recognizable structure so you may tap on the + sign and open the envelopes until you find the connections to the things you require 29

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Browsing cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search Click on the connection and the thing will show in the correct sheet. The area for the reports is related to an orange bar. See as you peruse the correct sheet promptly shows the thing you clicked. 30

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Synonyms Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search Synonyms are recovered in scans for the terms you entered in the hunt box. This assists with the standardization of British and American expressions for ideas. In the event that you enter " period " in the pursuit box and check "AACR2" you will recover "full stop". 31

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Equivalent Spellings Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search Desktop represents contrasts amongst British and American English spellings. Enter the term " index " in the Search box , select AACR2 and snap Find. See you have recovered " index ." 32

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Spelling Correction Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search " paralel title" for the expression " parallel title " in the hunt box and select AACR2. See how you\'re incorrectly spelling is rectified in the pursuit box. 33

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Drill Downs Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may refine your list items by utilizing the MAGNIFYING GLASS symbol. Roll your mouse over to: Source, Languages, Group or Field . Click a connection under the classification and your new outcome set will show. 34

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Drill Downs Cont. Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You might need to seek in a few sources and after that simply click a connection under Source to see only the outcomes from a specific asset. The numbers alongside every connection show the quantity of hits you will get . 35

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More like this present… Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search You may discover an archive that is exceptionally important yet need more comparable things. Tap on the amplifying glass and you will run another scan for comparable things. 36

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Need more data? Cataloger\'s Desktop 3.0: Getting the Most Out of Search Desktop Training and FAQs: www.loc.gov/cds/desktop/web-faqs.html Join the Cataloger\'s Desktop Di

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