26/09/2011

New E-Resource: Publishing Your Research 101

This free resource from the American Chemical Society is aimed at navigating the research publication process. The educational video series provides assistance on writing, submitting and reviewing manuscripts.


TRIAL: eLibrary

We are currently trialling online access to this full text general reference tool. The resource includes multi-subject coverage from magazines, newspapers, books, maps, images and audio/video files.

This trial will run until 8th October 2011 and you can access it here.

If you want to feedback to us on this resource, you can leave comments at the bottom of this post.

21/09/2011

Welcome

Bangor University Library and Archives welcome all new and returning students and staff, and look forward to helping you make the most of our range of collections and study areas to support your learning and teaching.

20/09/2011

Hampshire County Council Contemporary Art Collection

This collection is now available to view online for the very first time via the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS).

16/09/2011

Training: Digimap Support Drop In

This drop-in webinar is open to any students and staff who are interested in learning more about Digimap. It takes place on 9 November 2011 between 2pm and 4pm.


15/09/2011

User Guides: Science Magazine

There is a new educational tutorial for Science Online.  The eight minute video teaches users how to access Science content, browse articles, research the site, find daily Science news and more.  The video is available with subtitles in several languages.

You can watch the video here or click on the User Guides link in the catalogue record.


TECHNICAL ISSUE: Web of Knowledge and Internet Explorer 9

The new Web of Knowledge platform does not currently support Internet Explorer version 9 and if you are using this browser you may experience problems when browsing and viewing results, e.g. missing results and blank pages.

08/09/2011

TRIAL: British Online Archives & Communist Party of Great Britain Archive

We are currently trialling online access to these two resources.  Access them here.