Posted on February 16, 2012 @3:16 pm by madgett
What is ClinicalKey?
ClinicalKey is not just a conventional clinical search engine, but a clinical insight engine designed specifically to address physicians’ 3 key search requirements.
- Comprehensive: Supplies answers from the largest collection of medical resources in every medical and surgical specialty, and includes an integrated Medline and link resolver for access to third-party, full-text journal content
- Trusted: Authoritative medical and surgical content from Elsevier Speed to answer: Smart Content enables fast discovery of the most relevant answers, plus more intuitive searching
- Intuitive: Information is structured to align with doctors’ workflows, whether they are treating and diagnosing patients, staying current in their field, or preparing care plans
Take it for a spin between now and April 1st. Don’t forget the Feedback Form.No Comments
Posted on February 16, 2012 @11:49 am by madgett
“The International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS) is an essential online resource for social science and interdisciplinary research. IBSS includes over two million bibliographic references to journal articles and to books, reviews and selected chapters dating back to 1951.” –ProQuest
Try out IBSS here and provide feedback. Trial runs till March 15th.No Comments
Posted on February 15, 2012 @11:01 am by madgett
Yikes! EZproxy is having a problem this morning. Please be patient as we work this out.
This will affect access to MyiLibrary, EBL (eBook Library), ebrary Bookshelf and any resources requiring EZproxy. For off campus access, use myVPN for now.No Comments
Posted on February 14, 2012 @4:28 pm by madgett
The access has been restored the SAE Digital Library.
The SAE Digital Library contains full-text of SAE Technical Papers from 1906 to the present.No Comments
Posted on February 13, 2012 @11:50 am by madgett
Read all about it here.No Comments
Posted on February 10, 2012 @2:38 pm by madgett
1) off-campus access must be via myVPN
2) some sites will become inaccessible: ebrary, MyiLibrary, EBL (eBook Library) and any others that require EZproxy
Sorry for the inconvenience.No Comments
Posted on January 31, 2012 @1:58 pm by madgett
Currently, on the EBSCO eBook platform you can download ebooks off-line. Unfortunately, as the majority are single-user ebooks, this means no one else can access the ebook for 7 days. In order to make accessing fairer to all, we will be temporarily suspending off-line downloading on the EBSCO eBook platform later this week.
This move also brings EBSCO ebooks more into line with ebrary ebooks: single-user ebrary ebooks cannot be downloaded off-line either (multi-user ebooks on ebrary can).
The ability to download, email or print .pdf pages or sections (in most cases up to 60 pages) on EBSCO eBooks platform should not be affected.2 Comments
Posted on January 30, 2012 @5:07 pm by madgett
The SAE Digital Library access is not working for the moment. We are talking to the vendor and hope to get this sorted soon.
Sorry for the inconvenience. Stay Tuned.No Comments
Posted on January 27, 2012 @1:40 pm by madgett
EBSCO has taken over the H.W. Wilson databases. These are primarily Education, Humanities, Social Science, Fine Art, Architecture and Law focused Index & Abstract databases —some with Full Text. As a result, the following Resource pages now point to EBSCOhost sites rather than H.W. Wilson sites:
Education Full Text
Education Index Retrospective: 1929-1983
Index to Legal Periodicals and Books
Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981
Library Literature & Information Science Full Text
Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1984
Readers’ Guide Retrospective: 1890-1982
Art Index Retrospective
Art Full Text
Summon, the Citation Linker and the Catalogue will catch up to these changes over the next few days.No Comments
Posted on April 11, 2012 @9:49 am by madgett
Records for the 2012 SpringerLINK ebooks were added (our mistake) to the Catalogue and Summon before we had the access organized. In fact, due to higher-than-expected costs, it is probable that many 2012 SpringerLINK ebooks will not be purchased by the Library.
So, if you come across an ebook that is published by “Springer” and has a date of “2012” and you cannot get access to it, please still report it via out Help Form, but be aware that access may not be possible.
Sorry for any inconvenience and confusion this may cause.3 Comments