RCNi archive still experiencing access problems

We are sorry to report that following our post earlier in the month we are still experiencing problems with access to the RCNi archive.

We are working with the company to resolve this and will update when we know more.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.  If you have any queries regarding this matter, please get in touch at library@rgu.ac.uk.

eBooks now available on Lexis Library

The library is pleased to announce that there are now a selection of Bloomsbury Professional eBooks available to access through Lexis Library.

 

 

 

 

 

The titles available are:

  • A Fingertip Guide to Scots Criminal Law
  • Commercial Leases
  • Contract Law in Scotland
  • Conveyancing Practice in Scotland
  • Delictual Liability
  • Drafting Wills in Scotland
  • Employment Law in Scotland
  • Mental Health Incapacity and the Law in Scotland
  • Missives
  • Professor McDonald’s Conveyancing Manual
  • Property Trusts and Succession
  • Scots Criminal Law
  • Scottish Law of Leases
  • Scottish Older Client Law Service
  • Scottish Planning Law
  • Walker and Walker: The Law of Evidence in Scotland

To access them simply search for them on the library catalogue and then follow the link to the book.

You will also find them if you log into Lexis Library (which can be located on the database list) and look for them in the Sources section.

New Isurv Username and Password for off-campus access

The username and password for off campus access to the Isurv database has now been updated for the new academic year.

To get the new username and password either follow this link or contact the library by email library@rgu.ac.uk.

Isurv is a fantastic resource from the RICS and gives information about surveying, construction, planning and much more. And it can be accessed from the A-Z list of databases or the subject lists of databases for Architecture, Construction and Surveying.

ASPIRE@RGU resource lists for semester 1

The library’s online resource lists service, ASPIRE@RGU, has lots of benefits for students and staff. They:

  • Let you add lots of different material to your list e.g. books, chapters, journal articles, web pages etc.
  • Include easy access to online resources with links on the list that work on and off campus
  • Link in to CampusMoodle modules so the list can be easily located.
  • Provide digitised content in a way that meets the Copyright Licensing Agency’s legal requirements.

So if you are a member of academic staff and would like to find out more about ASPIRE@RGU, how to digitise material and submit a new list or remind yourself about the service and update an exisiting list then please explore the staff guide and contact libaspire@rgu.ac.uk with any questions.