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By madgett on September 21, 2021
The CNKI Databases, covering Chinese journals, theses, dissertations and more, is currently not allowing downloads. We are working on a solution. Stay Tuned!
By kmcgrath on May 28, 2020
Issue Resolved There is an issue affecting certain Elsevier ScienceDirect journals. While green ‘Full-Text Access’ icons may be displaying next to an article, the PDF Download functionality isn’t working correctly, and all users are confronted with a paywall. The Elsevier team is working on this issue and we hope to have an update for you […]
By madgett on April 26, 2016
UPDATE – Temporary Fix But… Per EBSCOhost: “We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience of eBook PDFs not loading in Firefox 45 and above. This issue is a result of an update to the Firefox code base which is incompatible with our eBook viewer. We are working to fully resolve this issue as soon as possible […]
By madgett on May 23, 2013
**UPDATE**Problem Solved. Please clear the cache & cookies from your browser and try the PDF icon at the article level. It should pop-up into a .pdf document now. For people off campus accessing PDFs of articles from journals on ScienceDirect, you can access the HTML version no problem through EZproxy, but clicking on the PDF […]
By madgett on September 18, 2012
ERIC management team and the U.S. Department of Education became aware that some full-text documents in the ERIC Collection contained personally identifiable information.
By madgett on September 6, 2012
As you probably know, full-text documents have been unavailable from ERIC for a few weeks now. Here’s the story… “In early August we discovered that sensitive personally identifiable information appeared in some full text documents contained in the ERIC collection. Specifically, social security numbers and other highly sensitive information were found in multiple documents and […]