Posted on June 24, 2009 @2:20 pm by irobb
From now till July 22nd, try the IMF e-Library.
“The International Monetary Fund publishes a vast amount of information on its own activities and policies, as well as on its 185 member countries.”No Comments
Posted on June 19, 2009 @9:56 am by irobb
**UPDATE** Problem resolved. Connection now goes from EZproxy into Books 24×7 site on 1st attempt. Now go read Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X for Dummies.
If you have tried to connect to a Books 24×7 title lately, you may have noticed a small glitch. On the first attempt through EZproxy (where you enter your UBCcard Barcode and PIN), you land on the “Blue Box” log in screen for Books 24×7. Don’t panic or try to figure out what to enter. Use your browsers Back button and enter EZproxy again. On the second attempt (as long as you don’t clear you cookies) you will connect to your book.
Why is this? Top people are working on that question right now. Stay tuned.No Comments
Posted on June 17, 2009 @12:44 pm by irobb
*UPDATE* – Links working now.
Somewhere, someone altered all the internal journal IDs for the MEDLINE with Full Text titles (not us, honest!). As a result, links from our ejournal A-Z list and our button go to a mostly blank Ebsco Host page.
If you click on “Publications” in the upper left of that page, you can re-search your journal there. A pain, yes, but we are working to resolve it. Stay tuned.
Posted on June 17, 2009 @11:50 am by irobb
Some people using the most recent versions of Firefox and Internet Explorer are having problems ordering material via CISTI Orders. The problem has been reported.
For now, please use the InterLibrary Loan forms… and stay tuned.No Comments
Posted on June 16, 2009 @10:58 am by irobbNo Comments
Posted on June 1, 2009 @11:13 am by admin
**UPDATE** Access restored – apologies for any inconveniences caused.
Yes, it’s true, we’ve temporarily lost access to everything from our Cambridge Journals Online collection.
The publisher is aware of the problem and working with us to get access restored.
Posted on May 25, 2009 @4:23 pm by irobb
The AMERICAN JOURNAL ON MENTAL RETARDATION (published by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) is now the American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Look it up in our A-Z eJournal list.
Posted on May 11, 2009 @10:24 am by irobb
New to Books 24×7? Click on their “Help” tab and read the FAQs.
“OK, it’s easier,” you say. “But I’ve used Books 24×7 before. Where’s my saved ebooks?” Ay, there’s the rub. In testing, saved ebooks came across under the new log-in. In reality, they didn’t.
However, you can still access them through your old account. After you find a title in the Library catalogue, click on the “Alternate Online Access” at the BOTTOM of the page – OR – go to our Books 24×7 Info Page and log in through “old account” using your old Username and Password.
*NOTE: We are only allowed 8 users at one time. Therefore, the resource times-out after 15 minutes of inactivity.No Comments
Posted on May 5, 2009 @3:06 pm by irobb
From Google Scholar (or from our own Citation eLinker, for that matter), trying to resolve to the article level via our button results in being dropped at a rather bare AnthroSource page… a journal cover but no volumes to even click on. Part of the reason is all the articles have moved to the Wiley Interscience platform. We are working to resolve this.
If you land on the bare AnthroSource page, you can either re-search your article title at the top of the page or click HOME, then BROWSE JOURNALS then your journal title, then work your way into volume / issue / article title. A long route, but you get there.
Posted on May 4, 2009 @4:40 pm by irobb
So, what was the “new math” in 1810? Find out in NUMDAM (Numérisation de documents anciens mathématiques), a database of 50+ mathematical journals and seminars. The content is mostly French, but I am told there is English in there. Coverage runs from the 1800’s up to near Present (the most recent articles are only for subscribers). And if you have some relatively free time, you might want to look up Mr. A. Einstein’s “Théorie unitaire du champ physique” from 1930.
*CAUTION* Please do not try to view content with the DJVU links. Stick to .pdf for full text.1 Comment