Preview GALILEO Elementary

Announcing GALILEO Elementary

GALILEO Elementary is the newest user view designed for Georgia’s younger users. The website features a targeted Discovery search, links to databases that are great for student research, and an engaging interface. The design and navigation were developed with feedback from Georgia elementary school students and incorporate best practices in usability for children. GALILEO Elementary replaces the GALILEO Kids Page, which has been in production since 2002.

Use the preview link below to take a look at the new site, which will go live on August 26. While you’re there, run a search from the search box to see the fun, age-appropriate results returned by EBSCO Discovery Service, the same service that powers the Discover search in other GALILEO interfaces. Also, check out the site from your smartphone or tablet. GALILEO Elementary was developed with responsive web design to make viewing optimal on all devices.

All GALILEO communities will have access to GALILEO Elementary, although different groups will see different sets of databases presented, based on their subscriptions. Click on the Preview link below for more information.

Your feedback is welcome, of course. Follow the links below to find out more about GALILEO Elementary, to preview the site, and to provide feedback.

Preview GALILEO Elementary
Provide Feedback

GALILEO Staff
GALILEO Support Services
Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

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Posted on August 12, 2013, in GALILEO and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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