Gold Rush Complete includes the following elements:
Gold Rush is centrally maintained and requires no programming or management of a local server. The system allows you to easily tailor holdings, create a customzed interface and manage all aspects of the service through Web forms.
Subscribers have access to large online knowledgebase that can be selected and tailored to your local set of subscriptions. Gold Rush also has a large body of open access journals that can be selected and added to your holdings at no additional cost.
This option allows library staff to compare title lists from over 1,300 aggregators, publishers, and indexing/abstracting services that have been loaded into Gold Rush. It allows comparison of the content within packages even if the library does not subscribe to them! This is especially helplful to collection development, library administration, and reference staff who are trying to make tough decisions on what products to purchase and cancel.
All reports are generated in real time over the Web and may be viewed on most standard browsers or downloaded into Microsoft Excel™. Title lists are updated on a regular basis in order to provide the latest and best information possible.
Since Gold Rush loads metadata from fulltext sets plus those that are only indexed, it is useful for comparing content between aggregators, between aggregators and indexing/abstracting services, as well as just between indexing services.
Gold Rush Subscriptions
Subscriptions (Electronic Resource Management) system for monitoring contracts, pricing and the renewal process. Includes an incident tracker plus the ability to add your own fields and create customized reports
Gold Rush OpenURL Linker and A-Z interface
OpenURL link resolver with full compliance for NISO 1.0 and 0.1 standards. Control your own style sheets and results page templates
Public search interface A powerful interface offering not only A-Z browsing but full title, keyword and ISSN searching. An XML Gateway available offering sites complete flexibility in designing their own interfaces