EBSCO Animals is no longer stand-alone database.

Formerly, EBSCO Animals was a stand-alone database and is now part of these product families: Science Reference Center, Middle Search and Primary Search and is available via the EBSCOhost, Searchasaurus, or Kids Search interface.  Sno-Isle Libraries subscribes to Middle Search and Primary Search and we do have interface profiles for EBSCOhost and Kids Search.  Articles within the Encyclopedia of Animals (content of EBSCO Animals, 2006) can now be found more easily through the improved citation with added subject headings and an abstract. In addition, each article includes a Lexile value. New images and maps have been included into the ‘Related Item’ section of the full text.

More information about this change to EBSCO Animals can be found on the following FAQ:
http://support.ebscohost.com/knowledge_base/detail.php?topic=&id=4617&page=1

Questions?  Please contact Christa Werle, x7016.

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