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- Links from Article Search, Google Scholar and some databases – resolved
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- International Open Access Week begins 23rd October 2017
- Acoustic testing (McClay Library) Wednesday morning, 18th October.
- Library Closed – Monday 16th October
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SciFinder is a comprehensive database of information about chemical literature, substances and reactions. It is a core research tool for chemistry and can also be useful for researchers in chemical engineering, biochemistry, materials science, medicine and physics. Introduction to SciFinder … Continue reading
QUB staff and students have trial access to Adam Matthew’s Literary Print Culture: The Stationers’ Company Archive database until 6th November 2017. You can access on-campus via this link: http://www.literaryprintculture.amdigital.co.uk (Please note that PDF download options are not available during … Continue reading
If you receive the message Error contacting your identity provider when accessing Lexis / Nexis platforms please clear your browser cache and cookies (see Clear your cache section on http://libguides.qub.ac.uk/eresources/help/troubleshooting) and access again.
BBC Monitoring provides a service of news and information based on its monitoring of global news media. It is part of the BBC’s Global News Division, which also includes BBC World Service, BBC World News, BBC Media Action (was the … Continue reading
Training session: Scopus – A closer look Thursday 25 May 2017, 10-11.30am McClay Library, Auditorium Scopus is the world’s largest bibliographic and citation database and a useful complement to Web of Science and Google Scholar. This course is aimed at staff … Continue reading
The library has been given free unlimited access to RILM Music Encyclopedias for the period 1/3/17 until 31/12/17. RILM Music Encyclopedias is a unique collection of 45 seminal encyclopedias in full text, comprising 95,000 pages and including historical and current … Continue reading
The recent Web of Science ‘Advanced Search’ problem affecting the use of the proximity operator Near/x has now been resolved.
QUB staff and students now have trial access to Secret Files from World Wars to Cold Wars. The trial ends 31st July 2016. Access is available on-campus only from this link: http://www.secretintelligencefiles.com We would be interested in getting your comments … Continue reading
Queen’s staff and students have trial access to the following ProQuest Historical Newspaper databases: The Guardian and The Observer The New York Times with Index Access is available until 31 August 2016 (on-campus only) from this link. We welcome your … Continue reading
QUB staff and students can access this trial until 30th June 2016 from the following link: http://queens.ezp1.qub.ac.uk/login?url=http://www.un-ilibrary.org/ The United Nations iLibrary provides a single online destination for seamlessly accessing knowledge products created by the United Nations Secretariat, and it’s funds … Continue reading