New Round of Enhancements for WilsonWeb Database Service

New York, New York, February 1, 2007
The H.W. Wilson Company today announced new enhancements to the WilsonWeb interface and the WilsonWeb Administrators and Statistical Reports modules, based on suggestions from subscribers and librarians on the Wilson staff. The upgrade went into effect on January 8.

New WilsonWeb Enhancements

*On WilsonWeb periodical databases, the Search Results pages now display Full Text, WilsonLink, Library Holdings, and InterLibrary Loan icons directly with each record, making it clear what options are available to access each article cited.

*Brief Results and Full Citations pages feature new colors and record separators, making search results easier to review.

*PDF page images can now be emailed as direct attachments as well as links, for recipients who´d rather have the file on hand than access the web.

*The WilsonWeb Search History screen has been redesigned for easier use and navigation. The Print Email Save pages also have a simpler new layout.

*The WilsonWeb Administrators Module has been redesigned for a cleaner look and more streamlined operation.

*The automatic bibliography creation tool can now be set to cite in Chicago/Turabian style, as well as MLA and APA formats.

*The WilsonWeb Statistics Module now displays database usage, session usage, and peak usage reports in easy-to-read bar charts, as well as in the customary table format. The Statistics Module also boasts a new layout, plus new Project Counter compliancy for a number of key statistical reports.

*Administrators can now use a larger, more prominent icon of their own to customize the WilsonWeb interface.

For more on the WilsonWeb enhancements, visit

About H.W. Wilson

Since 1898, independent publisher H.W. Wilson has provided researchers with references produced with unmatched editorial integrity. More than 60 H.W. Wilson databases–indexes, abstracts, full text resources, plus the acclaimed Retrospective Collection–meet the research needs of customers around the globe. From the long-popular Readers´ Guide to Periodical Literature to today´s widely-praised Biography Reference Bank, H.W. Wilson products are created for librarians, by librarians. Over 150 Wilson editorial staff members with MLS or MLIS degrees–multi-lingual trained librarians and subject specialists–build the Wilson references each day. For more information, visit

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