Posted on January 11, 2011 @2:10 pm by irobb
The file you are requesting does not exist.
We are in contact with the vendor and hoping for a fix. Stay tuned.No Comments
Posted on January 10, 2011 @10:50 am by irobb
Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans, 1639-1800 is regarded as the definitive resource for researching every aspect of 17th- and 18th-century America. It provides full-text and full-page-image access to books, pamphlets and broadsides printed in America from 1639-1800. The content is based on the renowned American Bibliography by Charles Evans (14 vols., 1903-34, 1955-59); and subsequent bibliographic works by Roger Bristol, James Mooney and Clifford Shipton.
This digital collection contains virtually every book, pamphlet and broadside published in America over a 160-year period. It includes more than 36,000 printed works and 2.3 million pages, providing access to new imprints not available in microform editions.No Comments
Posted on December 21, 2010 @5:51 pm by irobb
Yes, we put down our mouses and pick up our mugs at this time of year, so let’s hope access remains “jolly” over the holidays. eResources will be closed from Noon December 24th and re-opening January 4th, 2011.
PLEASE DO contact us about any problem via our Help Form. Just be aware that you won’t get a response till we get back on January 4th, 2011.
Merry (place holiday of choice here) from eResources. See you in 2011!No Comments
Posted on December 10, 2010 @6:42 pm by irobb
Credo Reference is a giant online reference library that provides access to a wide selection of reference books. Credo Reference contains dictionaries, bilingual dictionaries, thesauri, encyclopaedias, quotations and atlases, plus a wide range of subject-specific titles covering everything from accounting to zoology, via maps, math, management, martial arts, media studies, medicine, mountains, moons, music, multimedia, mythology, etc.
Like it? Not a fan? Let us know here.No Comments
Posted on December 6, 2010 @11:29 am by irobb
The Barcode & PIN log-in (the left-hand part of the EZproxy screen) is having a bad Monday. Please use your CWL for now when passing through EZproxy. Repairs underway. Watch for updates.
…or, if connecting from off campus, log into myVPN as an alternative.No Comments
Posted on November 30, 2010 @6:05 pm by irobb
Linking to the ALPSP Learned Journals Collection from our ejournal A-Z list or via SFX (our OpenURL resolver) is leading to an error message some thing like…
To allow http://www.swetswise.com/link/access_db?issn=1387-2877 to be used in a starting point URL, your EZproxy administrator must first authorize the hostname of this URL in the config.txt file.
Within this database’s section of config.txt, either the following line must be added:
We are looking into the problem. To get around this error on campus only, you can cut & paste whichever URL appears after the “To allow” (at the start of the message). Stay tuned.No Comments
Posted on November 29, 2010 @2:31 pm by irobb
Billed as the “BIGGEST GIS event on Earth”, the 2010 ESRI International User Conference was held in held in San Diego, CA July 12-16, 2010. Here are the Technical Workshops from that conference in video, print, PowerPoint and audio formats.No Comments
Posted on November 25, 2010 @3:40 pm by irobb
The server for e-Therapeutics (and e-CPS, Therapeutic Choices, Lexi-Comp’s Lexi-Interact, Patient information, Mobile companion and New safety information) from the Canadian Pharmacists Association seems to be down.
Stay tuned!No Comments
Posted on November 25, 2010 @10:39 am by irobb
“Palgrave Connect brings together [a] rich backlist and new titles in eight subject areas [economics & finance, political & international studies, history, literature & performing arts, business & management, social & cultural studies, language & linguistics, religion & philosophy] to offer libraries exceptional range and quality of research in digital format.” -Palgrave Connect websiteNo Comments
Posted on November 17, 2010 @12:38 pm by irobb
“London Low Life is a full-text searchable resource, containing colour digital images of rare books, ephemera, maps and other materials relating to 18th, 19th and early 20th century London.” –London Low Life website
Topics include underworld, slang, working-class culture, street literature, popular music, urban topography, ‘slumming’, prostitution, the Contagious Diseases Act, the Temperance Movement, social reform, Toynbee Hall, police and criminality. Many primary sources housed in the Lilly Library, Indiana University
Go on, take a walk on the seedy side.1 Comment