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There has been a problem recently with an incorrect ebrary collection being made available to access via Summon. We are investigating why this collection was made available, it has now been removed but there is a delay in the titles being removed from Summon. You may experience clicking on a search result and being told we have no holdings for the book. We apologise for the inconvenience this has caused and are hoping the titles will disappear from Summon very shortly.
We are currently unable to access Ebrary due to a problem with Athens authentication. This also appears to be affecting some other Athens resources, including Westlaw. The problem has been reported and we apologise for the inconvenience caused.
We currently have trial access available to ProQuest’s Business dissertations and theses via the Ebrary platform.
The Business Dissertations and Theses database, which includes 2,400 titles in areas such as business administration, emerging markets, economics, public finance, sovereign debt, and marketing, enables scholars to mine emerging research from world-renowned business schools for new ideas and comparative study.
Access is available until 31st August 2012 and is on campus only
We are currently experiencing problems accessing ebrary, it cannot connect to Athens. The publisher has been informed.
Ebrary have just launced their new web interface (see screencast and pdf). Unfortunately their new site isn’t working correctly with Athens at the moment and is producing a “page not found” error when you try to access the site for the first time after logging in. The publisher has been informed and hopefully they’ll be able to resolve the problem a.s.a.p.
Ebrary is not working correctly at present. Pages of books do not load. The publisher has been informed.
The ebrary search pages are currently very slow.
An urgent call has been put through to the ebrary support team, we hope to rectify the problem as soon as possible.