International legal material is available in HeinOnline for a trial period to 20th June. To try out HeinOnline International login to Portal and access HeinOnline as usual from the Law Subject Guide or A-Z Online Resources. All the additional content on trial is highlighted. Let us know what you think of the international content at […]
Try out the new UN iLibrary of documents from the United Nations Secretariat, and its funds and programmes and let the Library know how useful you think it is. Content is covered from a broad range of subject areas including economic and social development, international trade and finance, environment and climate change, migration, democracy and governance, human […]
Due to reduced study space, access to Edinburgh University Law & Europa Library is limited mainly to Edinburgh University students until 19th May. Further details are available at the Law Library opening hours web page. If you think you are eligible for access during this period it advisable to contact the Law Library in advance to check.
The export to RefWorks function currently is experiencing difficulties and in many instances fails. There is a higher chance of success if you login to RefWorks before exporting references from a database e.g. from Stirgate, but this does not always work. This problem is affecting all UK universities and RefWorks are working on a fix.
Access a wide range of legal texts from Hart Publishing until the end of the year. Click any of the links below to browse the ebooks or search for them in the Library catalogue. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to give feedback about these books. Category Hart Publishing 2015 Hart Publishing 2014 Comparative Law, Legal […]
A representative from RefWorks will provide introductory and advanced training for staff and research students on 16th December in Cottrell Room A1. RefWorks Fundamentals – 16/12/14 0930 am – 1030 am, Cottrell Room A1 This session is ideal if you are fairly new to RefWorks or have not used it for some time […]
The RefWorks ‘Direct Export’ function is currently not working in Scopus. This fault is affecting all universities. An alternative method of exporting references to RefWorks is available on our RefWorks Help Pages and can be used until the problem is resolved by RefWorks and Scopus. If you require further help contact email@example.com.
EBSCO who provide many of our journal article databases including – ATLA Religion; Business Source premier; CINAHL (nursing and allied health): EconLIt; Health Source; International Political Science Abstracts; PsycInfo; SportDiscus and British Education Index, will provide a training workshop specially for University of Stirling staff and research students. The session is aimed specifically at researchers […]