We recently launched a scheme that gave you access to a wide range of eBooks which were automatically bought for you if accessed for more than 5 minutes.
This scheme has now come to an end and we are removing all the records for the eBooks that were not bought from the library catalogue. While these records are being removed you may try and access eBooks and be told you can not get access. We apologise for this problem, if this happens please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the book information and we will investigate for you.
The library is pleased to announce the launch of a new scheme to give you access to more eBooks.
We have added lots of new eBooks records to the catalogue for you to take a look at, over 18000, and the preview option lets you look at up to 50 pages for 5 minutes.
If you decide the eBook is not for you simply log out and look for something else.
If you do want to read more simply request access by following the steps on the screen and the library will automatically buy the book for you so you can read it straightaway!
The new eBooks will be found in amongst your search results when you look on the library catalogue, simply do a search for your subject, follow the electronic access links and if you are offered a Preview button rather than Read or Download then it is part of this scheme.
If you have any questions please get in touch at email@example.com.
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
- 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.
We are pleased to report that the access problems for EBL eBooks reported last week have been resolved.
If you are still expericing problems please try clearing your cache and if this does not resolve the problem then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently experiencing problems when accessing eBooks from EBL.
Some users, when trying to access the eBooks, are getting error messages and are unable to access the content.
We are sorry for the incovenience, we have reported this to the company and will update when we know more.