ESRC Festival of Social Science

To mark the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) Festival of Social Science (29th October to 5th November 2011) we will be highlighting some of the Library’s social science resources on our Twitter account. More information about the Festival is available here: http://www.esrc.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/festival/   Various events are planned for the festival, which aims to demonstrate how social […]

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New look ZETOC coming in November

ZETOC, the British Library’s electronic table of contents alerting service, will be upgraded on 15th November 2011. ZETOC provides information about over 28,000 journals and 45 million article citations and conference papers. It covers all academic disciplines and is available from the A-Z list of online resources.   The upgrade to ZETOC will improve data accuracy, […]

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ACM Digital Library Online Training

Online training for Computing Science students! The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Digital Library are holding an online training event.   The session will run from from 11:00am (EDT) until 12:00pm (EDT) on October 20th 2011. It is designed as an introductory session for the Author, Institutional, & Publication Profile Pages.   To join the […]

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Loss of Internet Connectivity, Friday 21/10/11 22:00 – Saturday 22/10/11 07:00

We have been notified by our service provider that due to motorway construction work, the telecoms fibres which provide the university with JANET and Internet connectivity will be disconnected for 4-8 hours during the stated window. This work also affects our backup circuit, so there will be no external connectivity whatsoever during the outage.   […]

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MathSciNet online tutorials now available

MathSciNet is a database of journal articles in mathematics; it is the electronic version of Mathematical Reviews and Current Mathematical Publications.   You can access MathSciNet from the A-z list of online resources from the Portal.   The online tutorials, available here: http://www.mathscinet.info/index.html can help you use the database to find articles by author, publication or […]

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