Update to our message below: We have now heard from Refworks support in America and there was a problem with the service at their end. They have fixed the issue so our staff and students should be able to log into Refworks again. If you accessed Refworks while it was down, you will […]
We had a number of theses added to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during the months of September and October. Some of these theses are publicly available now: The influence of sex, training status, and fatty acid supplementation on T-lymphocyte populations at rest and in response to acute exercise by Frankie Fantom […]
During October there were 30,599 downloads from our research repository, STORRE, covering 2,949 items. The top ten items were: Retailing in the United Kingdom – a synopsis. By Burt, Steven; Sparks, Leigh; Teller, Christoph http://hdl.handle.net/1893/2551 Downloads: 416 The development of Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: Amnesia and Deja Vu. By Priestley, Mark; […]
There is a new exhibition of books from the Library at Innerpeffray on display in the University Library stairwell. The Library at Innerpeffray, near Crieff, was founded in around 1680 and was the first free public lending library in Scotland. The collection contains books from the 16th century to the present day on a […]
The problem with exporting data from SCOPUS to RefWorks described in our recent blog post has now been resolved. If you encounter any difficulties with exporting records please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.