Try out our beta information tools – let us know what you think!

Posted July 20th, 2006 by Darcy Duke

The MIT Libraries are experimenting with new technologies to help make access to information easier. Try out the tools on the page below – they are still being tinkered with, but we’d like you to try them out and tell us what you think!

MIT Libraries’ Betas web site: http://libraries.mit.edu/betas

The site is offered in much the same spirit as Google’s technology playground: Google Labs. It’s a place to explore, share information, and give feedback.

A hallmark of betas is that they are somewhat rough and experimental, so these tools will not come with technical support, help desk numbers, or user manuals. But we’d still love to hear what you think, where you ran into problems, what could work better, etc.

Feel free to send questions or comments to betas-lib@mit.edu.

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