Tag: ejournals

Speak and soon you shall be heard… by the BBC iPlayer

The BBC is testing a new voice-powered iPlayer app – useful for those moments you want something to watch when you have both hands full.  Check out this and other articles of interest in television and broadcast media from our

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ScienceDirect login problem

Update 02.08.17 – ScienceDirect is working normally again using the usual authentication methods.  You may need to clear your browser cache to restore access when you are working away from the University campus. A ScienceDirect login problem has been discovered by

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Nature ejournal temporarily unavailable online (resolved)

The journal Nature is currently undergoing essential maintenance and is temporarily unavailable online.  We regret that we have not been advised when online access will be restored.  If you need urgent access to an issue of Nature and are able

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Emerald Insight platform maintenance (Tuesday 6th June)

The Emerald Insight platform is undergoing a scheduled update until 8pm today (Tuesday 6th June 2017).  We have been warned that the platform will offer read-only access today, and that functionality will be limited during this period.  Should you access the website during

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New ejournal: Policy and practice in health and safety

Studying health and safety?  We have just added the ejournal “Policy and practice in health and safety” to our collection, and it is ready for you to search through the Discovery Service.

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ASM journals only available on campus and via VPN/Web Proxy (resolved)

Update 18.07.17 – ASM journals are once again accessible from anywhere via Shibboleth login.  Thank you for your patience while this problem was resolved. We have lost Shibboleth access to all American Society for Microbiology (ASM) journals at the moment.  You can

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More resources than ever before

We realise that study is not limited to formal library work but can instead expand to fill the cracks in your day and that you therefore want to be able to read and study wherever you can, so we have

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Taylor & Francis journals not available (resolved)

Update 07.02.17 – Taylor & Francis journals are now available again.  Thank you for your patience. Taylor & Francis journals appear not to be working properly.  This appears to be affecting other institutions besides ourselves.  Taylor & Francis are working urgently to

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Free access to a special issue of the Journal of Archival Organization

Taylor & Francis are offering free access for one year, until 31 October 2017, to a special issue of the journal Journal of Archival Organization: “Pondering provenance: a special (re)issue”.   If you use, manage or just have an interest in the

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Free content from Liverpool University Press this Open Access Week

This week is Open Access week and to celebrate Liverpool University Press have made all their journal content free to use until next Sunday, 30th October 2016. Content is freely available across all subject areas, including languages, literature, history, screen and media

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