This powerful online discovery, selection and acquisition tool is available to anyone in the academic and library community. It works the way you do, simplifying your workflow and giving you as much flexibility and control as you need.
Books TitleSearch - Search through our 8 million title database by single or multiple ISBN, eBook platform, keyword, author, publisher, year, etc.
New Title Alert - Sign up to receive alerts for new and forthcoming print and eBooks titles based on a customised profile created to suit your needs. The New Title Alert contains comprehensive details on all matching new titles, including author, publisher, LCC/DDC subjects, descriptions/table of contents, etc.
Books Lists - Allows you to save information to print, email, export or share with your colleagues, as well as save lists of products for future reference.
Approval Lists - Approval Plan title lists can be delivered to you for your review, inside CoInfo, directly to your CoInfo profile.
Saved Trolley - You can now create a trolley, add order related data and send it on to a colleague.
Order Search - Provides options to easily identify progress on specific orders, order history, completed or open order data as well as information on approval plans and series orders.
Manage Profiles – Create and update your New Title Alert, Title Search (Saved Search) and Approval Plan profiles
MARC Queue/Template - CoInfo provides acquisitions team members with the ability to add local data and queue records for FTP directly from Title Search search results and Booklists. Local data may be added across the entire list, across tagged items or for individual items only. When adding local data, tagged titles may be immediately queued for FTP from the MARC template.
Group Maintenance - Enhances the selection and acquisition process in any library workflow and allows libraries to manage groups of linked CoInfo users. With Workgroups, items which are in the MARC queue or the Booklists of other users in the group are readily identifiable, making it easier to distinguish items previously chosen by other selectors.