We have now updated LibrarySearch to make it easier for you to find out if we have specific journal titles in stock.
When you go to the main LibrarySearch page you will see that the menu at the top now says Journal Search:
If you click this it will take you to a dedicated Journal Search page where you can search for eJournals by their title or ISSN.
This page also includes a link to where you can find the list of print journals available in the library.
To find out more about this and other ways to use LibrarySearch to search for journals you can explore the Finding Journals LibGuide.
We are pleased to announce that our new LibrarySearch discovery service is now live.
LibrarySearch replaces the old Library Catalogue and it has lots of great features. It gives a more modern interface:
The new interface is optimised for mobile devices allowing you to use it more easily wherever you are (and this means we are discontinuing the Bookmyne app).
It has a more integrated search which will give you results from books, eBooks, articles, journals and more:
You can refine your results using options such as publication date, resource type, online availability and more.
You can sign in to access your account, place hold requests, renew books, and access online full-text resources.
Signing in will also let you use additional features such as
● Creating a favourites list
● Saving your search history
● Setting alerts for updates on new content that matches your searches
● Emailing results to yourself
● Exporting details of books, eBooks, and articles to resources like RefWorks
LibrarySearch can be accessed by using the search box on the library home page or going directly to the main search page.
LibrarySearch also replaces the old Journals List so if you are interested in finding out what journals the library has then please take a look at this guide.
If you have any queries or comments please email us at email@example.com.
We are pleased to announce that the problems reported yesterday with the Journal A-Z list have been resolved and you will now see links to online journals and information about what years are available.
There are still some changes to be made to restore the layout of the results page fully but these will resolve over the weekend and do not affect being able to find out what is available or get access to the journals.
Again we are sorry for the inconvenience and please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further problems.
We are currently experiencing problems with our A-Z list of Journal Titles which is accessible from the library web pages and from the library catalogue.
After performing a search or browsing users are seeing journal titles but no other information i.e. links to access the journals or what years are available.
We are very sorry for the incovenience this is causing, we have reported it to the company and will update you once we know more.
The library is pleased to announce that we now have access to the journal Occupational Health at Work.
The journal provides “expertly written legal, practical and management occupational health information” and looks at a full range of OH topics such as mental health, occupational asthma, absence management, managing disability at work, and more. Some recent articles include:
- Excellence in OH nurse education (Volume 14, Issue 1)
- Is PPE working for women? (Volume 13, Issue 6)
- Safeguarding the mental health of employees (Volume 13, Issue 5)
To access this journal please contact the library for the username and password by emailing email@example.com and then use the Find a Journal search from the library home page to get a link to the journal home page. Once there log in and you will be able to search and browse for journal articles.