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Library Amnesty Day

Bring your overdue library books back during the Library Amnesty Day and escape the fine!Amnesty

This one day only event is on Wednesday 20th May 2015.

  • This offer applies to all library books currently on loan and overdue
  • This offer applies to all library users
  • Take your books back to any Library Borrower Services Desk on 20th May and plead amnesty – the fine will be waived with no questions asked
  • This offer does not apply to existing fines on previously returned items

You CAN make a huge impact!

  • Over the last 12 months 877 books were seriously overdue
  • Only 56 have been returned
  • That’s 821 books you couldn’t use.  Many are irreplaceable
  • That’s £18,000 worth of material you didn’t get to use

Add comment May 15th, 2015

System maintenance scheduled 1 May 2015

The supplier of our resource discovery system, EBSCO, has planned to carry out system maintenance between 2 a.m. on Friday 1st May and 4 a.m. on Saturday 2nd May.  During that time you will not be able to access the A-Z list of electronic journals or use honniConnect to link to articles from the HONNI resource discovery service.  You should still be able to access articles provided via PDF or HTML links.  Individual Databases will remain accessible throughout although, while honniConnect is offline, it will not be possible to obtain information about library holdings.

We apologise for any inconvenience this my cause.  The system is expected to be fully functional again by 4 a.m. on 2nd May.

Add comment April 28th, 2015

‘Physics in Medicine and Biology’: access to full text

There is currently a problem with full access via IOP Science to Physics in Medicine and Biology.  We are working to resolve this.

This title is available in print format 1973 – 1995 at the McClay Library, shelfmark QC4.P563

Please contact Medical Library Issue Desk if you need urgent access to this title: med.issue@qub.ac.uk or 028 9063 2500.

Add comment April 24th, 2015

Lancet Specialty Journals now available via ClinicalKey

We are pleased to announce that the full range of Lancet specialty journals is now available to HONNI users via ClinicalKey.

Lancet Speciality Journals

Lancet – Volume 369 (2007) > present

Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology - Volume 1 (2013) > present

Lancet Global Health - Volume 1 (2013) > present

Lancet Haematology - Volume 1 (2014) > present

Lancet HIV - Volume 1 (2014) > present

Lancet Infectious Diseases - Volume 7 (2007) > present

Lancet Neurology - Volume 6 (2007) > present

Lancet Oncology - Volume 8 (2007) > present

Lancet Psychiatry - Volume 1 (2014) > present

Lancet Respiratory Medicine - Volume 1 (2013) > present

You can access these journals in 2 ways:

(1)    Go to www.honni.qub.ac.uk and search for ClinicalKey. Click Online Access underneath the catalogue result for ClinicalKey. Log in with your HONNI details, and when ClinicalKey opens click Journals. Use the Browse Journals box to search for Lancet. All Lancet specialty journals will be displayed. Click on a journal to view available issues/articles.

(2)    Go to www.honni.qub.ac.uk and click E-Journals A-Z. When the A-Z opens, type Lancet into the search box and click Search. All Lancet specialty journals will be displayed. Click on the blue ClinicalKey link underneath each journal to view available issues/articles (some of the journals may have links to other publishers in addition to ClinicalKey).

If you have any questions about these journals, or using ClinicalKey, please contact your local HSC Librarian or your Subject Librarian.


Add comment March 26th, 2015

HONNI Update March 2015

Click the image below to access the latest issue of HONNI Update in PDF format.

HONNI Update March 2015

Add comment March 12th, 2015

Renal Drug Database

From January 2015 the Renal Drug Database has been made available to HONNI users.  Contact your local HSC Librarian for further details.

We are aware that for some users there is currently an issue with accessing this resource via Internet Explorer; the supplier is investigating.  Full functionality is available via Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Add comment February 16th, 2015

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