St. Augustine Hall, rm. 304
This presentation is part of the Center for Teaching and
Learning's Spring 2005 series "Taking Control of
The University Libraries’ new online catalog – Voyager – is more
user-friendly and powerful than the system the Libraries used
previously. To help you get the most out of Voyager, we are
presenting a workshop on how to use its features.
Designed specifically for the needs of academic institutions like
ours, Voyager is an integrated library information management
system that enhances both the ability of the Libraries to provide
high-quality services as well as your ability to quickly and easily
find the information you need to pursue teaching, learning, and
The Voyager system provides you with powerful search capabilities,
while also offering an easy-to-use interface. You can perform
parallel searching across multiple libraries’ databases; link to
electronic journals and books directly from the catalog screen; and
customize your searches in a variety of ways. Search results can
easily be printed, saved, or e-mailed for later reference.
You can also log in to view your individual account to renew items
or to verify items checked out, holds placed, or fines accumulated.
Voyager empowers you to do more via the Libraries’ catalog.
Presenters: Brian Mikesell, Director of Systems
and eServices, University Libraries and John Garino, Asst. Director
of Systems and eServices, University Libraries
To register: Call the CTL at ext. 1859 or email
us at CTL@stjohns.edu.