Monthly Archives: February 2013
Get a good start and learn how to find your way around the facilities and resources available to you in the Library!
Tours are happening Mon 25 Feb – Fri 1 Mar on the hour between 10.00 am and 3.00pm. More tours will be offered in weeks 1-3 – see the Orientation page for more details.
We’ve reached the end of Week 2 of using the new Library Search, more or less unscathed. We are steadily working through all the issues that have arisen, including solving more mysteries than an Agatha Christie novel. We have a much better understanding now of how and why some things are occurring and we’re in a good […]
MyLibrary — the service that lets you view your Library loans, requests and personal settings — is now part of the new Library Search.
When you are in Library Search, click on “Sign in” in the top right-hand corner of the window, and log in using your University ID and password.
Note: We have had a few […]
Library Search Update
We have reached the end of our first week with the new Library Search. While the service is working well generally, we have uncovered a few unexpected issues.
Known problems so far include:
Requesting of items
Some physical items in our collection, for example items in the Joint store, can only be accessed via a request […]
As might be expected, we’re experiencing a few teething problems with the new Library Search. In particular, requesting of items is broken. Our vendor is investigating and we expect a fix by tomorrow (Wednesday) morning.
In the meantime, if you need to request something from the Store, please go to Service Enquiries and our staff will […]
Through the Library Search resource discovery tool, you can find, in one place, all of the Library’s resources — over 25 million articles and more than 100,000 ebooks, and all of the print and AV resources available in the Library.
This replaces the existing “Summon” search available from the Library home page; it also replaces the […]