Technical Issue [LexisNexis]

Due to problems outwith our control, we are currently experiencing issues when users log directly into LexisNexis via their institution.

We are working with the supplier to resolve this issue as quickly as possible, and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

In the meantime you can still access LexisNexis via the library Database A-Z here.

 

BrowZine

BrowZine is a new online resource that enables you to easily browse, read and monitor current journal content either online or on your mobile device. BrowZine brings together titles in our journal collection with open access titles for a complete browsing experience.

BrowZine: Discover Scholarly Journals
With BrowZine, you can:

Browse and read journals: Browse thousands of top journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles.

Stay Current with My Bookshelf: Create a personal bookshelf of titles to follow and receive new article notifications.

Access on any device: Easily access BrowZine from your iOS and Android device and on the web to stay up to date wherever you are.

Save and export articles: Use the BrowZine app to save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as RefWorks, EndNote and more.

Get started today! To find out more about how to use BrowZine, including how to download the mobile app, please visit the library website.

Resolved: technical issue [MyiLibrary]

***This issue is now resolved***

Please be advised that, due to problems outwith our control, we are currently experiencing issues accessing MyiLibrary ebooks using the Google Chrome browser.

Attempting to access these titles with this browser leads to the following privacy error:

In the meantime, we recommend that MyiLibrary ebooks are accessed using alternative browsers such as Firefox or Internet Explorer.

We are working with the supplier to resolve this issue as quickly as possible and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Resolved: Technical Issue [Taylor and Francis]

***This issue is now resolved***

Please be advised that, due to problems outwith our control, we are currently experiencing access issues with journal titles on the Taylor and Francis platform.

We are working with the supplier to resolve this issue as quickly as possible, and apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at ertenq@gcu.ac.uk.

Resolved: Technical issue [Science Direct]

***This issue is now resolved***

Please be advised that, due to problems outwith our control, we are currently experiencing issues linking to articles on Science Direct via our Discover search.

In the meantime, articles on Science Direct can still be accessed via the Database A-Z and Journal A-Z.

We are working with the supplier to resolve this issue as quickly as possible, and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Harvard Referencing Guide – Update Jan 2017

The Library has updated the Harvard Referencing Guide to expand the guidance on using in text citations.

The referencing style is unchanged.  There is no change in how to compile your reference list and you will still choose the Harvard British Standard 2010 GCU Library output style in Refworks.

For more help contact your librarians.

 

Resolved: Technical issue [ProQuest]

***This issue is now resolved***

Due to problems out-with our control, we are currently experiencing issues accessing ProQuest databases via the Database A-Z. If you are trying to access ProQuest databases, please use the alternative link here.

We are working with the publisher to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at ertenq@gcu.ac.uk.

ProQuest scheduled maintenance

Please be advised that maintenance on the ProQuest platform is scheduled to take place on the morning of Sunday 29 January.  This will begin at 03:00 GMT and is expected to last up to 9 hours.

During this time ProQuest will be upgrading infrastructure, enhancing security and maintaining product reliability.  Access to all ProQuest resources will be unavailable while this work is undertaken.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.