Posted on September 24, 2010 @2:30 pm by irobb
You can create personal bookshelves in Books 24×7 and ebrary. You can use either your UBCcard Barcode & PIN (recommended method) or your CWL, but you cannot cross-link bookshelves (ie books saved on a UBCcard generated shelf are not on a CWL generated shelf) nor cross-link platforms.
Books 24×7: After logging in to Books 24×7, click on the -Account Info- tab then “User Information”. Enter your name & email (Note: if logging in by CWL, you can’t enter email). Personal folders display under -My Home- tab. Always log out.
ebrary: After arriving on the ebrary platform, click on the -Bookshelf- tab. You will be asked to log in via EZproxy, unless you logged into EZproxy earlier in your session (we recommend using your UBCcard). Remember to sign out.No Comments
Posted on September 24, 2010 @11:27 am by irobb
Carbon Market News is a comprehensive market intelligence tool that provides current information on carbon markets.
The real-time news service provides energy and carbon professionals with market-moving information through the monitoring of key players as well as business and policy developments. The daily, weekly and bi-weekly reports offer in-depth market commentaries and expert insight from market participants, analysts and observers.No Comments
Posted on September 23, 2010 @3:08 pm by irobb
The CQ news team covers virtually every act of Congress, delivering nonpartisan news and analysis unavailable anywhere else. Besides CQ Weekly, we also have access to:
- Committee reports
- CQ Committee Coverage
- CQ Committee Rosters
- CQ Congressional Transcripts
- CQ Floor Votes
Posted on September 17, 2010 @3:56 pm by irobb
Woo Hoo!! Print .pdfs are now accessible for full-text articles. Clear your browser’s cache & cookies before attempting to open, please.
Sorry, AGU readers, but the full-text .pdfs for journal articles are currently leading to error messages. AGU has been informed. Hopefully, this will be resolved soon. Please clear the cache & cookies from your browser before trying to access the articles.No Comments
Posted on September 15, 2010 @9:30 am by irobb
Those familiar with ejournals at the UBC Library know that there are two quick ways to find links from the Library’s web space:
- via the ejournal A-Z list
- via the Library Catalogue
Unfortunately, some work on the Catalogue ejournal records is still underway. As a result, many ejournal records are missing at the moment. So, please make the ejournal A-Z list your first stop for ejournal title searching.
As always, please contact eResources if you have questions.No Comments
Posted on September 14, 2010 @4:31 pm by irobb
Rejoice, logophiles, the Oxford English Dictionary is available again. You may have to clear the cache & cookies from your browser before you re-try accessing it.No Comments
Posted on September 13, 2010 @3:26 pm by irobb
Having trouble getting a Library e-resouce? Need to re-set your UBCcard PIN? Just want to connect with the good folks in eResources? Try the new “Access Problems?” button.
Located on the ejournals A-Z pages and the Online Indexes and Databases A-Z pages, this button opens a window that allows you to select a link related to your particular problem. Linking to the eResources’ form when you need to report a problem, comment or ask a question is now done through this button.1 Comment
Posted on September 3, 2010 @5:47 pm by UBC Library IT
Does this screen look familiar? Yes, it’s happened yet again.
Excessive downloading has led to suspension of our access to MyiLibrary ebooks. We are investigating the problem and working with the vendor to have this resolved asap.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Please continue to report any problems with ANY ebooks to our Help Form.
Posted on August 31, 2010 @12:31 pm by irobb
They should all be in the ejournal A-Z list tomorrowNo Comments
Posted on August 26, 2010 @12:51 pm by irobb
As you may have noticed, there have been some changes in how the UBC Online Public Access Catalogue (the OPAC) looks. One change involves the addition of a blue “Action Box” on the right when you look at an item’s record. For print journals and ejournals this Action Box means the following:
- within print journal records, you will see within the Action Box —if the record has an issn. The UBC eLink button searches our SFX knowledgebase to try and find a link to an online version of the journal.
- within ejournal records, you will see within the Action Box (the Online Access button also appears for ebooks). This button means there should be online access to full-text articles in the journal.
And as always, if you have any questions, please use our Help Form.No Comments