Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaftenfrom Walter de Gruyter is acting up. There is not access to all years 2003-2007 at present time. We have reported the problem to the publisher.
Journal of international biotechnology law from Walter de Gruyter is acting up. There is not access to all years 2004-2009 at present time. We have reported the problem to the publisher.
SIAM has decided to turn of access after our cancellation. That was not part of the plan! We hope that the publisher restores access 2002-2012 quickly.
If you do not wish to use the normal remote access approach for accessing journals of campus – SAGE now offers mobile vouchering.
Mobile vouchers allow users at the university to tie their mobile device to the online subscriptions on Sage journals – allowing off campus access while on the go!
Each user’s mobile device must be vouched for individually and they can obtain a voucher following these simple step-by-step instructions:
1. Put their device on your institution’s network and open the mobile journal site that they would like to obtain a voucher for (for example http://m.ajs.sagepub.com)
2. Select “Authorize This Device”
3. Complete the “Authenticate Mobile Device for SAGE Journals” form and click submit
4. Copy the voucher code provided on the next screen and click on URL provided
5. Enter the voucher code and select “Get access”
Once they’ve obtained a voucher from one journal site, they can use that voucher to access all journals based on your library’s e-access subscriptions. Vouchers will be valid for approximately 6 months as long as your subscriptions are active.
Learn more about this new offering with our Mobile Voucher Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
The renewal of our e-journals from Lippincott has not gone as smooth as it could. For that reason the publisher has decided switch off the access button to a lot of journals and limit the access to 2001-2004 for those still open. We do not have a prognoses at the moment when access can/will be restored.
YouTube is used to see and explain a lot of things – so why shouldn’t publishers do it to?
The answer is – they do OECD iLibrary is not a new launch for OECD but their old Source OECD is still running and OECD would like their users to transit to their “new” platform OECD iLibrary.
So they have made a YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/OECDiLibrary) with videos that hopefully will help you feel more at home at OECD iLibrary
Many of us use YouTube to see how to set up our mobile phones or how to change a light bulp in the oven.
Cambridge University Press Journals has their own YouTube channel. Here you can find videos showing how to do twinning of your device (tablet and so on) to regognize that you are from AAU even when you are not here physical or how and why you can set up ”My CJO”
With the renewal for 2013 of the license on Greens online we can now allow remote access to the database.
The set-up is already in place – so if you are in need of business information here in December you are in luck.
Due to an unkwon reason the publisher has cut of some of our entitled access periode. So at present time we only can offer access 2001-. We hope to correct this soon.
We are having some difficulties with AUB Link/SFX – which is the service that shows what we have a subscription on and what we havn’t. We are going to turn of the service completly and we hope that we can fix the problem within the next 2 hours. If not – an update will follow!