Monday, 23 May 2011

ProQuest : new plaform

One of the Library’s largest and most well-used electronic information providers is soon to launch a new platform.

ProQuest’s new platform will replace the majority of resources which we currently access from ProQuest, CSA or Chadwyck-Healey interfaces.

The new platform is available to use now, but the old platforms will be available until the end of June 2011.

There is online training on the new platform available directly from ProQuest – all members of the University can either view recorded sessions or take part in live training with specialist ProQuest trainers. For more information on training see www.proquest.com/training

If you use the personalised features My Research or My Archive on the old platforms, there is information about bringing these into the new platform here http://migration.support.proquest.com/display/4/kb/article.aspx?aid=2516

For further information, there is a ProQuest Migration Centre with FAQs and contact options: http://migration.support.proquest.com/

Alternatively, contact your Academic Support Librarian.

To search on the new ProQuest platform, visit : http://search.proquest.com/

The new ProQuest platform coincides with the Library subscribing to some new journal content from ProQuest. More details to come in another post!

SCL - the IT Law Community.







SCL - the IT Law Community.










SCL - (Society for Computers and Law) The IT Law Community is the leading UK organisation for legal professionals advising and practising within the IT sector. Keep up to date with the constant changes created by the heady pace of technological change with the unrivalled coverage of IT law issues on the SCL website and in its magazine. Now available on e-library.










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Monday, 9 May 2011

Royal College of Art Record of Student Work





Royal College of Art Record of Student Work.






The Royal College of Art Record of Student Work is now available on e-library. It is a collection of images of work produced at the College from 1960 to 2002 in the fields of fine and applied art, design and communications.





It features the work of hundreds of students across all departments, including animation, architecture, ceramics and sculpture.










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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Possible disruption to Science Direct, Saturday 7th May 2011


Users of Science Direct and other SciVerse products may experience some temporary disruption on Saturday 7th May.

For further information see this notice.