We are pleased to announce that a collection of 10 specially prepared animated online lectures on wound healing is now available in the Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection of our Henry Stewart Talks database. The lectures provide an overview of the current state of knowledge in this area and a glimpse into potential future advances.
The Henry Stewart Talks database can be accessed from our Biomedical sciences library guide or the A-Z list of databases on the library website.
As you know the library is running a programme of classes throughout the semester in IT Lab 337 in the Georgina Scott Sutherland Learning Centre and these classes are running Monday to Friday in either the morning or the afternoon.
But sometimes you have a question not covered by these classes, need a quick answer, or would like to speak to someone one to one.
Therefore when the classes are not being run IT Lab 337 is open for everyone to use / drop in to and a member of library staff will be available to answer any questions you have about searching for information.
This means that if the classes are running 09.00-13.00 then the drop-in is running later that day at 13.00-17.00 and if the classes are running 13.00-17.00 then the drop-in is running earlier that day at 09.00-13.00.
Next week the drop in sessions are:
- Monday 3rd November 13.00-17.00
- Tuesday 4th November 09.00-13.00
- Wednesday 5th November 13.00-17.00
- Thursday 6th November 09.00-13.00
- Friday 7th November 13.00-17.00
And of course they continue each week after that. We look forward to seeing you there.
The library is happy to announce that we now have access to the Nursing Times journal through their website.
To access the site and the material within simply contact the library (email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01224 263450) and ask for the username and password for the Nursing Times.
Then simply follow the link from the journals list or the library catalogue to the website: http://www.nursingtimes.net/, click sign in at the top right of the screen and enter the details when prompted.
You will then be logged in and ready to search and use the site.
The library is pleased to announce that we now have access to the AJ Buildings Library and the Architect’s Journals website. The AJ website gives access to articles and items from the journal and the AJ Buildings Library database showcases more than 1,900 exemplar projects, most from the last 20 years but including major projects back to 1900.
To access both of these you will need to contact the library for a username and password. Simply email (email@example.com) or phone (01224 263450) and ask for the username and password for the AJ or the AJ Buildings Library.
Once you have the username and password you can access the resources from the database list for the AJ Buildings Library and the journals list/library catalogue for the AJ. Alternatively you can use these links:
To find out more about these take a look at the attached guides.