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Queen’s currently has full text access for books published 2012-2014 on the Edward Elgar Online site. The Queen’s trial link provides access both on and off campus. The selected full text will be available during November and December. 660 books … Continue reading
Some of you were asked to respond to a book availability survey this Easter – many thanks to those who did. A key availability question, ‘How often were the books you needed available on the shelf?’ was asked both this … Continue reading
The Library has set up a trial for Archaeopress Digital Subscription Service until the end of December. Archaeopress are publishers of academic archaeology titles (including British Archaeological Reports) and there are currently over 450 e-titles in their archive. There are … Continue reading
E-book access to over 1400 Elsevier titles has now been added to the QCat Library Catalogue. The e-books will be available until the end of September 2015 and cover a broad range of subjects in science, medicine and engineering. Full … Continue reading
E-book access to over 6,000 Oxford University Press titles has now been added to the QCat Library Catalogue. The e-books will be available until April 2015 and cover a broad range of subjects in the arts, humanities and social sciences. … Continue reading