It is considered that this will keep the inevitable disruption to a minimum.
- A-Z online resources â€“ if you need to do literature searching
- Library catalogue â€“ if you need to check references
- Study zone and rooms in 4W corridor â€“ if you need to study
- 2Y5 computing lab â€“ if you need to use a pc
You can now access articles onlineÂ from the journals Nature, Nature Geoscience and Apidologie. Simply log on to your portal, search for the journals in the catalogue and click on the link.
The student and staff portals are now available.Â Users of the SITS application will be informed when it is available
Reminder: the portal will be unavailable tomorrow morning due to an essential upgrade to SITS, the student system.Â Access to WebCT, library and other resources will be made available via alternative links and for your convenience these are included below.Â
While the portal upgrade is taking place you can still access the following services directly:
- Student email: https://wwwmail.students.stir.ac.uk/
- Staff webmail: https://mail.stir.ac.uk
- WebCT: http://webct.stir.ac.uk/
- Library catalogue: http://libcat.stir.ac.uk/
- Some library databases/ejournals via the A-Z Online Resources http://www.is.stir.ac.uk/resource-db/az-list.php (only resources with the IP/Ezproxy icon next to them will be accessible during the portal downtime)Â
We will endeavour to minimise the downtime and restore the full portal as soon as possible.Â Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.
Information Services and Student Administration
The Stirling Campus Library has bought 50 brand new social work books in the last year. A list of these books is available here
users and will provide the network infrastructure on which the Universityâ€™s new telephone system will be based.Â Although the work is taking place only on Stirling Campus, Highland and Western Isles users will be affected for one brief period towards the end
of this first phase of the work.
9th March and Friday 19th March, inclusive.Â The second periods of downtime will be later in the year and have not yet been scheduled.
than one dayâ€™s work.
the work and need not be powered down.
- any wireless hubs in that geographic area
- those with network sockets with numbers ending with â€œWâ€
- rooms 3B114 and 4W6
The Scottish Educational Review journal is now available in electronic format. Search the library catalogue for Scottish Educational Review or go to http://www.scotedreview.org.uk/content.phpÂ Full text articles are available from 1997 onwards, with abstracts to articles from last two most recent issues also available. If you need the full text from the most recent issues the library has these in paper format.