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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Updated: Library Search – Issues with Search Results

*Update: Search results should be relevant again, however some electronic titles are still not displaying. We are continuing to have this resolved .
Library Search is currently experiencing issues with displaying search results.
Your search may not show all the available options or it may not show relevant results.
We are working with our provider to have this […]

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Altmetric Explorer for Researchers

Altmetric Explorer is a tool to help you measure how your research is being used and talked about online, via news outlets, blogs, Twitter and more. It includes metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based metrics. The library is offering training for staff and research students in understanding altmetrics and using Altmetric Explorer. […]

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Going on holiday? Return those books!

Will you be going away for the Summer Vacation? If so, make sure to return your books before you leave, especially if you are going overseas. Books can be requested by other students at any time, so even if your book is not due until January, you may need to return them much sooner than […]

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Library opening hours: Summer holidays

Welcome back to the University Library! From now until Feb 25 we are in our Summer holidays opening hours period.
Barr Smith Library is open as follows:
Mon to Fri: 8am to 6pm
Sat, Sun: Closed
Level 3 open 24/7
All other libraries are open:
Mon to Fri: 9am to 5pm
Sat, Sun: Closed
Check out our Opening Hours page for full details.

 

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Library Search undergoing maintenance very (very!) early on Sunday morning (12th November)

Library Search is undergoing urgent maintenance between 12:30 am and 3:30 am on Sunday 12 November. Library Search may be unavailable, or not work as expected, during the maintenance window.
For more information please speak with an Ask Library team member.
 

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Raise your profile – publish your research data with figshare

Researchers, have you heard about figshare as a place to publish your research data?
Publishing your data raises your profile, and allows publicly-funded research to be shared for the benefit of other researchers and the general public. Funders and publishers are also requiring that research data be published.
To make publishing your data as easy as possible, […]

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**Fixed** Problem with the displaying of our Resource Guides

**All Fixed!  Thank you for your patience**
There is currently a problem with the formatting on some Resource Guides. Any page which has a tabbed box will not display properly.
We are working with the company to fix the problem which we are trying to do as soon as we can.
We are sorry for the inconvenience to […]

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Rare Books & Special Collections closed today (Friday 3 November)

Rare Books & Special Collections is closed today (Friday 3 November 2017) as Cheryl and the team are moving into their temporary new location on Level 2. Discover why in an earlier earlier blog post!

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