You may or may not be familiar with Bibliogo. For those of you who aren't, it is the journal article web app from Reprints Desk that recently won the 2012 CODiE Award for Best Online Science or Technology service from the Software & Information Industry Association.
If you’ve read (or plan to read) the newest release notes on the Bibliogo blog, you undoubtedly noticed a recurring theme in this batch of enhancements. **Preferences** You asked for more options to customize the Bibliogo experience, and we delivered.
Every Bibliogo user can now set preferences to display only those parts of Bibliogo they regularly use. Plus we’ve given lots of additional customization options to Bibliogo premium customers.
It’s still a simple exercise to deploy Bibliogo to user communities, but now you have the option to deploy customized versions. So, say you just need an aggregated current awareness solution, you can now just turn everything else off, and your user community will have easy access to current awareness without the distraction of other tools in the Bibliogo toolbox.
Ever tried to click on an article title in Bibliogo only to learn it’s not a link? You can now make it a link for your entire user-community. Want it to open in a new window? Go for it. We’ll introduce self-service levers and knobs for these preferences in the future, but for now, please just contact us if you’d like to make any changes.
Now more than ever, how you use Bibliogo is limited only by your imagination. So, if you haven’t yet, go check out the release notes to learn more about making Bibliogo your own along with some other exciting progress to help you do more with journal articles.