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By madgett on August 4, 2021
Issue now resolved. The eJournal Portal (the “Journal Titles tab on the Library Homepage) is down. To find a journal by its title, please go to this page: …and search for your journal. Should be fixed shortly.
By madgett on September 8, 2017
There continues to be intermittent issues with the eJournal Portal (the tab that says “Journal Titles” on the Library Homepage). Per the third-party that hosts this service: — “Thanks for the reports of slowness related to the E-journal Portal. We are aware of the issue… this issue is happening intermittently and is not impacting all […]
By madgett on June 12, 2017
*UPDATE* Slowness issues resolved. If you have further problems, please contact us using our Help Form: There have been several reports about the eJournal Portal (“Journal Titles” on the Homepage, “Journals” under Search Collections) being very slow. We have reported this to Ex Libris/ProQuest, and they are working on it. Stay Tuned!
By irobb on August 16, 2011
If you are wondering where the ejournals are in the Search Collections Portal, it’s pretty simple. Print and ejournals are under “Journals“. The search box on the left searches the UBC Catalogue for Print and ejournal titles. The search box on the right searches searches the Serials Solutions knowledgebase for ejournal only. And what if […]
By irobb on June 2, 2011
**UPDATE** Some people are not seeing the changes. Clear the Cache & Cookies from your Browser(s). This should correct the problem. The ejournal Portal (our ejournal A-Z list) has changed. Starting Friday, June 2nd, there will be an “Online Only” option. This will return hypertext links leading directly to ejournals. To search for Print journals […]