Monday, October 11, 2010

LexisNexis announces a new interface debuting October 19

This seems to be legal research week here at the Legal Skills Prof Blog.  To keep the party going, here's a press release I just got from my LexisNexis rep:

Beginning on October 19th, when you log on to lexis.com, you will see the cleaner, more intuitive interface that allows you to research with fewer clicks. We wanted to offer you this preview access prior to student access in early January. Here are just a few of the new features that will improve your research experience:

  • Fewer tabs for a cleaner, more modern look and to help you get to the information you need with fewer clicks and in less time.
  • Tools for activities that researchers do most every day-Get a Document, Shepardize┬«, Find a Source, Recently Used Sources, Quick Search, etc.-will appear in easy-to-access locations on most pages.
  • Our open-Web product, Lexis Web, will be integrated into lexis.com so that you can benefit from the combination of free content and reliable LexisNexis content in a single research service.

Best of all, you won't have to change a thing-no system upgrades or installations are necessary, and all of your current preferences will carry over to the new interface. Learn more about this new interface and the latest enhancements by visiting our new interface site. This site provides the latest information on the new interface, access to FAQ's, access to webinars, and more. Please note that while you will automatically view the new interface on October 19th, you will still have the ability to research using the existing interface by simply selecting this option in your preference settings.

(jbl)

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