Free webinar Using doctoral theses in your research: a guide to EThOS

The British Library is holding a free webinar on how their EThoS PhD theses service works.   Webinar on 10 December 2013, 11.00am GMT Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5131544266794515713   EThOS http://ethos.bl.uk is the UK’s national database for PhD theses, managed by the British Library. It’s a fantastic resource for researchers, with over 100,000 UK theses freely […]

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Feedback wanted for Data Citation Principles

People have been working on data citation issues for a long time. Different groups and different communities have come up with different guidelines and recommendations on how data should be cited. The different approaches generally agree in principle, but there are some distinct differences.     At the first Plenary of RDA  people from many organizations came to […]

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New reading lists for Spring 2014

Within the Aspire reading list software, references link to the book or journal details in the library catalogue, so students can immediately check availability, place holds, etc.  References to our electronic journal articles can link directly to the article.  Lists can include references to paper materials, as well as links to web sites and other […]

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MEQ – Staff

The MEQ panel is a reminder for students to fill in the MEQ for their modules. When used by a student the panel display links to any open, un-submitted MEQs. Once the MEQ is submitted the link disappears.   You can reduce the panel to :     By using the panel toggle link:    […]

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MEQ – Students

The new panel in Succeed, Module Evaluation Questionnaires, provides quick access to all your Module Evaluation Questionnaires (MEQs) that remain to be submitted for this semester.  Simply click on the links and provide your feedback on the modules you have taken this semester — it’s that easy!   The University and individual staff use the […]

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ZETOC User Satisfaction Survey

      The satisfaction  survey is presented when you first visit the ZETOC home page at: http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk and also available by using the ‘Zetoc Survey 2013’ link listed in the ‘Please Note’ section.    It would be really appreciated if you are able to take a few minutes of your time to provide feedback […]

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