About CHOICE Reviews Online
CHOICE Reviews Online is an authoritative index of reviews of academic books and electronic resources. The library uses CHOICE Reviews to aid faculty in being part of the collection development process for their discipline as they can suggest items for purchase. Faculty may sign-up to receive subject-specific monthly review cards via campus mail or read review online at the CHOICE website. Our online subscription gives you access to ALL reviews published in CHOICE since 1988.
Register for a profile so you can save reviews to a list, save searches or create alerts to be sent to you when items are reviewed within your areas of interest.
Advantages of CHOICE Online
- Create your own profile, save searches, compile and save lists, and create alerts to be notified of each new issues.
- Select titles and email requests directly to your liaison or to colleagues.
- My Monthly Reviews allows you to see the CHOICE reviews for subject areas you have placed in your profile.
- Web exclusives:
- Faculty Picks - compiled by CHOICE reviewers, lists five essential titles all libraries should own
- Editors' Picks - compiled by the CHOICE subject editors, highlights a wide-ranging and impressive group of titles from each issue
- Hot Topics - compiled by the CHOICE subject editors, features selected reviews from the CHOICE database on topics of current interest
Need more assistance?
Register for a CHOICE Reviews Online account
Click the following link to register: http://www.cro3.org/cgi/register.
A personalized CHOICE Account will give you access to the following:
eTOC alerts will notify you whenever new content is published online (new issues, new Publish Ahead of Print content, etc.). You can set up a CiteTrack alert to be notified when new content in Choice Reviews Online is published that matches criteria based on keywords, authors, or articles you want to track.
- My Lists allows you to save lists of reviews and articles on the site, and to add to these lists whenever you identify relevant new citations. When viewing citations, the top and bottom of each page will include a "Save to my lists" option for managing selected records. These saved lists can be e-mailed, printed, etc.
My Saves Searches
- Searches can be saved for future use. You can create a saved search by clicking on the Save this search link that appears in the middle column when viewing a search results page. To access the searches you have created click on the My Saved Searches link at the top of any page.