Auto Repair Reference Center – New Interface

Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC) has a new look!  (It also used to be Automobile Repair Reference Center, so a slight name change too)

More graphics, prettier linking, please take a few minutes to check it out before you’re on the spot with customers!

Here are some links to documentation, should you need it:

Any questions?  Please contact Christa Werle, x7160

Marquis Who’s Who Updates

After logging in you will immediately see some changes, including a sleeker, more user-friendly design. Among the many changes we would like to highlight are the following:

  • Faster Performance: If your patrons search for anything on our service, expect accurate results and expect them FAST. We have also dramatically increased the response time of our sorting feature.
  • New Search Features – Quick Search: If you subscribe to several publications, our new ‘Quick Search’ allows you to query all content across all of our offerings.
  • Text field suggestions: Several fields now include an auto-populate feature which anticipates search terms as you type by dynamically querying our databases to auto-fill terms on search forms.
  • Updated look-and-feel to provide a more pleasant user experience. This includes re-organizing our search forms as well as our actual listings. The new layout is based on feedback from users.

In addition to these changes, we are also happy to announce that we will shortly be offering COUNTER compliant reports, which will allow you to access your own usage statistics. And finally, we are partnering with the leading federated search vendors, which will enable your patrons to find our content more easily.

This is only the first round of improvements we expect to make to our database, in order to make it the best biographical resource possible. If you have any suggestions about the new site, please share them with me at We look forward to hearing from you.

Free Webinar From Job & Career Accelerator

 Join us for a free webinar!

July 20, 2011 2:00 p.m. EST

  “Follow Through: Smart Tactics for Job Seekers” 

With Career Expert Lisa Chenofsky Singer  

Successfully navigating the post interview follow-up process is a gray area for many job seekers. Follow through tactics can often make or break the final hiring decision.  Lisa will provide valuable do’s and don’ts that’ll help job seekers land jobs.
The strategies Lisa covers in this special presentation will help job seekers reach their goals and get hired. You’ll learn:

  • How to read employer’s interview cues to follow up more effectively
  • The best medium to use when contacting prospective employers
  • Tips for writing compellling thank you notes and emails
  • How aggressive employers really want you to be
  • And much more!

Don’t miss this chance to help your patrons and students work towards their goals!

Register here today: is founder of Chenofsky Singer & Associates, LLC, an organization for those going through career change and transitions. She has beenfeatured on NPR Marketplace and NBC Nightly News, quoted in    The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money and more.
Please send your questions, comments and feedback on the webinar series to:

*After registering you will receive a confirmation email from containing information about joining the Webinar.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

The Job & Career Accelerator™ team at LearningExpress, LLC

The Fast Track to Getting Hired!

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Gale LegalForms Enhancements are Now Live!

Great news! The enhancements mentionede earlier this month are now available in your Gale LegalForms resource. With the addition of the Law Digest module, your users now have access to an even more robust collection of legal information as well as a rejuvenated, user-friendly interface.

What you and your users can expect from the new interface:

  • Clean, streamlined, updated appearance
  • Quick access to the most important content from the home page – without scrolling
  • The original and effective site navigation researchers have come to know

What you and your users can expect from the new content:

  • Legal Q&A section that houses a collection of attorney-provided legal questions and answers written for the layperson
  • Access to a collection of case law summaries for all 50 states that are ideal for research
  • Additional resources such as government organizations with contact information, bibliographies and links to related subjects

If you have any questions about this exciting news, please contact Christa Werle, x7160.