Psst!! … Have you heard the latest news??? The Science Library is joining the Morris Miller Library. Expect it to happen around the Mid-Semester Break. Follow our progress on Facebook or Twitter. www.utas.edu.au/library/libraries/libraries/merging-libraries
Try out our two new trial databases! Art Source covers a broad range of related subjects from fine, decorative and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design runs until 31st May, 2014 PsychiatryOnline features DSM-5™—the most widely used psychiatric reference in the world—and The American Journal of Psychiatry as the […]
ePrints renamed to Library Open Repository.
The eJournals portal is currently experiencing some technical difficulties for off campus users. We are working on resolving this problem. In the meantime, please access eJournals through the catalogue or you can access it here. Apologies for any issues this may cause.
Now available: Images from the National Gallery, London via ARTstor ARTstor and The National Gallery, London have collaborated to share images of every painting in the museum’s permanent collection. You can now view these masterpieces as if you were in London through the UTAS Library’s subscription to ARTstor, a fantastic collection of art images. The National […]
The recent problem which was experienced when downloading PDFs from ScienceDirect has now been resolved.
It has been discovered that some of our resources are redirecting to a fake Google Analytics page. To determine how wide-spread this problem is, can you please report to library staff if you are redirected to this fake page? If you could include the journal/database title you’re trying to access, that would be very helpful. […]
An off-campus client trying to download a PDF from ScienceDirect is taken to a guest login page with a request for payment. We are working to resolve this problem as quickly as possible. Meanwhile, there are some ‘work arounds’ which clients can try: Using Internet Explorer as the browser seems to be preferable to Firefox […]
The best way to download a PDF from ScienceDirect or SciVerse is to use IE (Internet Explorer) as your browser, because other browsers, such as Firefox and Google Chrome, are not allowing correct access to the journal articles. We are trying to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. An alternative approach is to clear […]