Due to repeated hacking attempts from IP addresses associated with the TOR network, we have moved to a default of not permitting login attempts from IP addresses listed as current exit nodes.
If you would like to use TOR to access your library account or to access the library’s resources, you will need to log into your account from a non-TOR network IP address and update your settings: library.hud.ac.uk/user/settings/
Due to similar repeated abuse, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) IP range is also not permitted to access the log in page.
If you have any questions regarding this, please contact the Library Support Team (email@example.com).
On the week commencing Monday 31 July 2017 we will be carrying minor software upgrades to library servers.
The upgrades may cause short periods of disruption to accessing online resources and we apologise in advance for any inconvenience this vital work causes.
EZproxy will be upgraded between 9am and 10am on Tuesday 1 August. This will cause a temporary loss of access to most subscription online resource in Summon.
The Library are pleased to announce that we have added Part III of the British Library Newspapers to our online collection.
This expands current content back to 1750 and up to 1950 (as appropriate per print run) and adds 35 additional titles to our collection, including Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds Times and Leeds Intelligencer.
You can access the resource via the original Gale site here and through the Gale’s Primary Sources (formerly known as Artemis). Each resource is listed on the A-Z list and in relevant Subject Guides.
If you have any questions, please ask at the Help Centre on Floor 4, or contact the Subject Team on x2700, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gale provide some introductory videos if you are new to this platform.
There are currently issues with accessing some articles on Science Direct from Summon:
Both Elsevier and ProQuest (who develop Summon) are aware of the problem and are working to resolve it.
The Library Management System became unresponsive at around 9:30am today (Sunday 25th September).
After the issue was reported, service was fully restored at around 3pm.
We apologise for any inconvenience this caused.
Following a request from the Students’ Union and feedback from students, the Library has undertaken a full review of its loans and fines policy:
From 5 September 2016, the Library will be changing its loan periods and fines system. This will affect all library users. The change reflects practice in a number of other universities and also resulting from a request from our own Students’ Union. Loan items (except laptops and AV equipment) will all be subject to a one week loan period. Unless specific items are requested by another library member, these will renew automatically for as long as the member requires them. If items are requested by others and not returned within 7 days, then fines will be levied on each item (£2.50 per item per day).
Further details can be found here: Library Changes (FAQs)
As the Library will take responsibility for renewing items, renewal functionality will be removed or disabled on the Library Account pages, UniApp, self-issue machines, etc.
All library notices, including alerts that you need to return a requested item, will be sent via email. Please check your Library Account Settings page to ensure we have the correct email address to contact you with. You can also add additional email addresses that you would like copies of the notices to be sent to.
To avoid being fined for not returning a requested item, you should ensure you check your email account regularly and return any items you no longer need.
As part of a planned server migration, there will be a disruption to all library services from 7am on Friday 26 August 2016. The migration is expected to be completed before midday.
The services that will be affected include:
- library accounts
- reading lists
- access to library resources (ebooks, online journals, etc)
We apologise in advance for the inconvenience caused by this essential work.
Unfortunately we are currently unable to access our e-books on the Dawsonera platform due to a misconfiguration by the supplier. Dawsonera are aware and we hope this will be resolved quickly.
The links to the Subject Guides on the library search page were affected by an unannounced change made last week by the supplier of LibGuides.
This issue has now been resolved and we apologise for the inconvenience this may have caused you.
IT will be carrying out routine server maintenance this weekend. This will cause temporarily loss of access to most library services between 8am and 9am on Saturday 9 April.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this work causes.