Access to the CAB Abstracts service has been withdrawn from eSearch following the conclusion of LLR’s current subscription to the resource (on 31 July 2010).
Remote searching and metasearching of the Emerald service in eSearch has been temporarily disabled pending the release of a new search configuration by Ex Libris. Direct access to content on the EmeraldInsight platform is available as normal.
Off-campus access to the WGSN service has been withdrawn in eSearch following the implementation of new access restrictions by WGSN.com.
An issue preventing some access requests to BIOSIS Previews in eSearch from resolving correctly has now been corrected. All requests to BIOSIS Previews now resolve appropriately to the Web of Knowledge portal. Remote and metasearching of BIOSIS Previews is also now working consistently in eSearch.
Links in eSearch to the Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts service have been updated to reflect the integration of the service in the InformaWorld platform. Access to the service is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus.
Access to the WikiVet database has been enabled in eSearch. Access is unrestricted on-campus and off-campus, but registration is required on the site. The resource is described as follows:
Access to the WikiVet is free but you will need to register with a valid email address. Registration is free and is available to veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary nurses and academic staff at veterinary schools in any country
WikiVet is a collaborative initiative between the UK Vet Schools to develop a comprehensive online peer-reviewed knowledge database. It includes in-depth articles on the following subjects: anatomy and physiology; clinical diseases; haematology and immunology; pathology; pharmacology; parasitology. It also contains images and videos to support learning and teaching and revision aids such as quizzes and flashcards.
Following a change in the subscription profile provided to Libraries and Learning Resources, off-campus access to isurv service (which was previously available by university username and password) has now been withdrawn from eSearch. Access to isurv is currently available on-campus only.