Trial access to the Human Rights Studies Online collection has been enabled in Library OneSearch (through the Find Databases service) to enable and encourage evaluation of the resource by academics and students. Access is direct on-campus, and by university username and password from off-campus. Trial access will be available until 11 January 2015. The resource is described as follows:
Human Rights Studies Online is a research and learning database providing comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010. The collection includes primary and secondary materials across multiple media formats and content types for each selected event, including Armenia, the Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, Darfur, and more than thirty additional subjects. The collection include around 75,000 pages of text and 150 hours of audio-visual content.
Off-campus access during the trial
During the trial period off-campus requests to access the resource will resolve to a login page displaying the message ‘We’re sorry, but we don’t recognise you!’ (see illustration below).
Scroll down that page to the ‘Select by institution name’ box, and search for ‘Nottingham Trent University’. When the ‘Login via institution’ box appears below that, click on the ‘Go’ button to resolve the the NTU Single Sign-On page. Enter your university username and password and click on ‘Login’ to be authorised to access the resource.
The library is trialling access to the new Drama Online resource (currently in beta release). Access to Drama Online is direct on-campus through http://www.dramaonlinelibrary.com/. (During the trial phase, Drama Online will not be included as a database in Library OneSearch).
Drama Online (beta) is a brand new online resource focusing on the theatrical arts. It provides a growing collection of searchable full-text scripts of classic and contemporary drama, along with character, setting and production information. The collection includes browseable lists of plays, playwrights and practitioners, genre and periods; as well as sections on context and criticism.
The reference section of Drama Online provides contextual guides to authors, movements, practitioners, periods and genres as well as guides to peformance and backstage craft. A range of full-colour theatrical production stills are also available.
The library is providing trial access to this resource (which remains in active development during its beta phase) until 12 October 2013. Feedback on the usefulness of Drama Online can be shared with members of the Academic Liaison team.
The Berg Fashion Library has been withdrawn from eSearch following the conclusion of the trial access to the service at the end of July 2011.
Trial access to the new Osiris database service has been enabled in eSearch. For the period of the trial (which lasts until 22 September) access is direct on-campus, but not available from off-campus. The resource is described as follows:
Financial information on 64,000 listed and major unlisted/delisted companies worldwide (50,000 are non-US companies). The information includes: standardised and “as reported” financials (including restated reports), SEC filings, detailed earnings estimates including recommendations, ownership, stock data, news and ratings
Feedback on any aspect of the trial should be shared with Charles Knight.
Trial access to the EBSCO Art and Architecture Complete database has been enabled in eSearch. The trial continues until 30 October 2009. Access is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus. This new EBSCO resource remains in ‘beta’ – meaning that all of the content and possible functionality of the resource may not yet be available. The resource is described as follows:
Art & Architecture Complete – BETA is a bibliographic database that provides indexing and abstracts for more than 630 academic journals, magazines and trade publications with full text for over 240 periodicals and 140 books, as well as selective coverage for over 50 publications. The database has been designed for use by a diverse audience that includes art scholars, artists, designers, college students, and general viewers.
Please share feedback on this resource trial with ALT member Rachel Campbell.
Following the conclusion of LLR’s subscription to the Violence and Abuse Abstracts database, the resource has been removed from eSearch.
Following the conclusion of LLR’s subscription to the Abstracts in Social Gerontology database, the resource has been removed from eSearch.