The Library is pleased to announce trial access to two databases:
Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy – contains over 300 narrated videos of real cadaver specimens.
Amirsys Imaging Reference Center – available on the OVID platform, contains 72,000 x-ray, CT, MR, and ultrasound illustrations and images, plus expert, evidence-based content.
Both trials can be accessed from the A-Z listing of databases on the Library & ICT tab on the Portal.
Access to Acland’s during the trial is limited to on-campus users.
The trials run until 19th November 2016. Please contact your Librarian if you would like to comment on these databases or any aspect of Library resources.
The Library Subject Team
Ulster Library has arranged a free trial to PsycBOOKS for one month.
“PsycBOOKS contains full text (PDF) of scholarly book titles published by the American Psychological Association (APA). The service offers over 900 titles, including 100 out-of-print books from 1950-2002, approximately 300 archival resources in psychology, and the exclusive electronic release of the APA/Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Psychology with over 1,500 authored entries. PsycBOOKS is updated with new releases of APA books and books originally produced by other publishers on a monthly basis”.
You can access the PsycBooks from the A-Z Databases listing on the Library & ICT tab on the Portal and off-campus access is available. The database is hosted by OVID and so is on the same platform as PsycInfo and Medline.
We would be very keen to gather your feedback on this resource and so have made a feedback form available at http://library.ulster.ac.uk/electronic/trialfeedbk.php?eisno=771
The trial ends on 10/11/16.
If you have any queries please contact your campus Life and Health Sciences librarian on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library Subject Team
This exhibition has been created to coincide with Coleraine Literature Festival being held at the Riverside Theatre, 4th – 6th October 2016.
It consists of some of the works of those delivering sessions at the festival and includes books from the campus libraries as well as material from the John Hewitt collection.
Included is a selection of typewritten poems by Damian Smyth that was sent to John Hewitt in 1980 and now is part of the John Hewitt collection.
Also on display are some of John Hewitt’s notebooks which contain a selection of his handwritten poems on travel (the theme of the festival).
The exhibition will be available until the 31st October.