Archive for June, 2010
We’re currently experiencing problems using Athens to authenticate onto the Emerald web site. This issue seems to only affect Internet Explorer. The problem has been logged with the Athens Help Desk team.
In preparation for forthcoming changes to the Emerald website, ‘My Profile’ functionality (including Marked List and Saved Search Alerts) will be unavailable from 10.00am on June 16th 2010.
Due to essential site maintenance Wiley InterScience will be unavailable on Saturday June 19th from 13:00 for approximately 5 hours.
We are currently experiencing problems with access to XpertHR. The suppliers have been contacted.
If you have any queries regarding this please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRESIweb services will not be available on Tuesday, June 15 2010 due to an upgrade.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
As part of the on-going Summon implementation, we’ve just finished making changes to our Athens authentication scripts.
If you experiencing any problems logging into Athens resources, or into any other electronic resources, please leave a comment or send an email to email@example.com
We’re currently experiencing problems with off-campus access to some of our resources, particularly when trying to access articles directly from MetaLib and Summon.
Access to resources via MyAthens is unaffected, so off-campus users may prefer to log directly into Athens.
Please accept our apologies whilst we work to resolve the problem.
If you’ve saved journal articles in MetaLib and you want to keep them, then you’ll need to export them (e.g. to EndNote) or email the abstracts to yourself.
Resources and Databases by Subject
Although we’d recommend using Summon to locate relevant articles, there’ll be times when you want to use a specific resource or database. The Electronic Resources List provides an A to Z list of major resources and databases, as well as individual lists for specific subjects. You can find a link to the list from the Summon home page.
Alternatively, if you know the name of a journal, you can find it by searching for the title in Summon, e.g. Journal of Clinical Nursing or European Journal of Marketing. To filter the results to journal titles, select “Journal” under “Content Type” in the “Refine your search” options. You may have to click on “more options” to be able to select the “Journal” option.
If you’ve got any questions after the switchover, please free to leave a comment or get in touch with your Subject Team in the Library.
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