Audio Browsing

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Browsing allows you to see the titles of the audio files in the library's collection. You can then open the files to listen to them in the Audio Player as well as Search them.

You browse the audio collections in the same way as you browse other collections, whether you browse by title or browse by date.


First, you choose the collection(s) you want to browse.  If you know the name of the audio collection(s) you want to browse, choose that collection(s) as your first step when you Browse by Titles and Browse by Date.  Of course, you may also choose to Browse All collections.  


Second, choose your display options and categories for filtering.


Third, click on the Browse button to the right of the Collections field to submit your browse choices.  The Browse results will appear.


Finally, choose the title you want to listen to by clicking on it.  This will take you to the Audio Player.


When your Browse Titles page is set to display thumbnails, the audio thumbnail will display a red audio wave.  


audio browse 1


When your Browse page is set to display text images, you'll see the title of the audio file, its duration and other metadata associated with the file (e.g., speaker, owner, publication date).



audio browse 2


Go to Browse by Titles for detailed browsing instructions.



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