ACCESS TO THE ProQuest One Literature platform has been enabled today in the Find Databases service.
The resource is described as:
The ProQuest One Literature database brings together contemporary scholarship across the breadth of the literary world. It contains more than 1200 full-text journals, 500,000 primary works, 20,000 historic literary criticism sources, 1300 videos, and 20,000 eBooks. It also provides access to rare and hard-to-find texts by writers from across the world, and guides to authors and to literary movements which explore similarities and differences across topical, societal, historical, philosophical and stylistic categories. Offering access to more than 14,000 dissertations and theses, the database also includes the contents of the Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (ABELL).
Access to more than 16,000 separate titles contained within ProQuest One Literature have also been enabled in the SFX (Find It @ NTU) service.
Access to the ProQuest One Literature platform is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus.
THE MLA INTERNATIONAL Bibliography has been withdrawn from the Find Databases service following the conclusion of LLR’s subscription to the resource.
The library’s subscription to LION (Literature Online) is continuing, and is joined from today by a new subscription to the ProQuest One Literature platform.
ACCESS TO THE Mintel market research platform for NTU staff and students has today been migrated to the new Mintel platform.
Access remains direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus.
Access URLs have been updated in the Find Databases listing for Mintel; but links to the legacy platform should automatically redirect.
THE ON-CAMPUS AND off-campus access links to the Lawtel platform have been updated in the Find Databases service, ahead of the hosting changes that Thomson Reuters are implementing tomorrow (Saturday 9 November 2019).
On-campus access remains direct; with off-campus access requiring a university username and password.
Those accessing the service from off-campus for the first time will have to complete a brief one-off registration process (see illustration below).
The Box of Broadcasts (BoB) service is undergoing “emergency maintenance” today (Friday 8 November 2019) between 12:00 and 13:00. Please consider the service “at risk” during these times.
THE PREVIOUSLY REPORTED issue preventing off-campus access to the Construction Information Service – off-campus access has now been resolved.
Off-campus access to the service is once again available via university username and password.
Off-campus access links in the Find Databases service to the LACORS and OHSIS databases have also been updated to ensure continuity of access.
THE LIBRARY IS working with the suppliers of the Construction Information Service platform to restore off-campus access to the service. At present off-campus access is unavailable; although on-campus access has not been affected.
A further update will follow once off-campus access to the CIS platform is confirmed to be restored and working normally.