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New eHRAF World Cultures Application (2022)

The new eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology applications offer a fresh look that combines the best aspects of our classic eHRAF interface with a host of added features and enhancements. For example, search filters have been expanded with new options, and users can customize how they would like their search results to be displayed on the page. Search Insights offer additional options for visualizing and drilling down through results sets. An exciting new development for researchers is the eHRAF Notebook, which allows paragraph search results to be saved, organized, annotated, and shared. Users can sign up for their own Notebook account (independent of access provided by your institution).

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eHRAF Notebooks allows users to save, organize, annotate, and share paragraphs from their search results. Selected results can be added to custom Notebook folders in order to facilitate study and research. You can then access your annotated results from anywhere by logging in to your Notebook account.*

To enable Notebooks, users will be prompted to sign up for an account by using the Sign Up button in eHRAF. At this time, Notebooks are not accessed through institutional credentials. Users must create a new account inside the eHRAF interface which is separate from their university or college library ID.

* You may still need to authenticate through your library on your device from on- or off-campus for full access to saved search results.

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No. The legacy version of eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology were discontinued in 2023.

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