October 13, 2014 at
10:16 am, by
ASTM Standards and Engineering Digital Library gives access to a vast collection of industry-leading standards and technical engineering information. The Library covers a broad range of engineering disciplines, including aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, environmental, health and safety, industrial, materials science, mechanical, soil science and solar engineering.
It includes the following content:
- All 13,000 active ASTM Standards
- 5,800 test methods
- 8 ASTM Journals with 100,000 pages of peer-reviewed articles
- 29,000 Selected Technical Papers (STPs)
- 1,500+ books from 1931 to present
- Books, Manuals, Monographs & Data Series – 114 volumes, 1965 to 2010
- Digital videos of test methods and more
Your feedback on this trial is appreciated.
Trial ends: 02/11/14, available on-campus only.
September 4, 2014 at
4:53 pm, by
From the 8th September until the 7th October the Library has a trial of Digital Theatre Plus, an online library of of filmed theatre productions, accompanied by supporting materials. The database can be accessed from the Databases page on the Library & ICT tab of the Portal.
July 25, 2014 at
4:03 pm, by
From Monday 28th July 2014, Internurse will be available on the MAG Online Library platform. The main internurse.com web address will automatically redirect to internurse on the new site, as will links to the individual journals.
If you are experiencing any difficulty accesing material, please contact your Subject Team.
The Library Subject Team
June 30, 2014 at
9:49 am, by
Trial access to Martindale – The Complete Drug Reference is available both on and off-campus until 11th July 2014.
Considered a comprehensive and reliable reference resource on drugs and medicines used throughout the world, Martindale includes information on:
- Drug monographs
- Preparation, uses, administration and interactions
- Chemical, brand and ‘street’ names
- Molecular structures and formulae
- CAS Registry Numbers, ATC Codes and UNII Codes
- Manufacturers’ specifications
To access Martindale from the Library & ICT tab on the Portal, click on Stockley’s Drug Interactions on the A-Z listing of databases. At the next screen click on the downward pointing arrow (next to Stockley’s Drug Interactions in the top left of the screen)
and select Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference:
Once selected, you can start searching.
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore this resource. We are very interested to hear your opinions and experiences, so please pass on your feedback.
Help using the database is available from the Life & Health Sciences Subject Team.
June 20, 2014 at
1:06 pm, by
EBLIDA (The European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations) is calling for a change to the European legislation which prevents libraries from lending a large proportion of their resources in eBook format.
From their website:
“Libraries guarantee free access to content, information, and culture for all European citizens. However, in the digital environment, the current legal framework prevents libraries from fulfilling these essential services to our society, especially regarding the provision of e-books.
European citizens have the right to e-read! This should also be the case in libraries. It should therefore be possible for libraries to legally provide their users with access to all commercially available e-books.”
Have your say by signing the petition:
The Library Subject Team
June 13, 2014 at
1:08 pm, by
If you are interested in Mathematics, you might like to explore ScienceDirect. A new feature in ScienceDirect isMathJax, enabling the high-quality, crisp display of mathematical symbols and equations. The key design goals of MathJax are
- high-quality display of mathematics notation in all browsers
- no special browser setup required
- support for LaTeX, MathML and other equation markup directly in the HTML source.
- an extensible, modular design with a rich API for easy integration into web applications.
- support for accessibility, copy and paste and other rich functionality
- interoperability with other applications and math-aware search.
Watch this video for more information.
June 10, 2014 at
11:18 am, by
Wednesday 18 June 2014
9:30am – 2:00pm Seagoe Parish Centre, Portadown
Southern Health and Social Care Trust, sponsored by Lean Healthcare Academy, are holding a Quality Improvement Event. It is designed specifically for health and social care managers and professionals with an interest in or responsibility for service improvement and transforming care, the event will showcase improvements to patient experience, safety and care as well as systems and processes.
To reserve a place at the event please email email@example.com
The Life & Health Sciences Subject Team
May 23, 2014 at
10:18 am, by
Karen Blakeman, one of the top trainers and advisors on search, social media and collaborative tools, runs regular workshops on maximising the search potential of Google.
If you use Google a lot, you may be interested to see some of the top tips as ranked by the participants in a recent workshop in Oxford.
Google Top Tips
In addition to these tips, you might be interested to know that you can add University of Ulster Library holdings to search results in Google Scholar. See our Google Scholar Guide for more information.
May 6, 2014 at
2:49 pm, by
IEEE has partnered with Alcatel-Lucent to bring the Bell Labs Technical Journal (BLTJ) to the IEEE Xplore digital library
With a Bell Labs Technical Journal subscription, you’ll have access to:
- every published article of Bell Labs Technical Journal as well as prior versions of Alcatel-Lucent journals:
- Bell System Technical Journal (1922–1983);
- AT&T Bell Laboratories Technical Journal (from 1984);
- AT&T Technical Journal (1984–1996);
- full-text documents for over 6,200 articles;
- content that is the source of many significant contributions in telecommunications and other related fields that has had considerable impact on the technological base of the global economy;
- key research from leaders in the telecommunications industry.
To find out more information about this journal, see here.
April 30, 2014 at
3:19 pm, by
If you are a final-year student and you have printing credits on your account, please read the email sent to you by Mark Millar from the Reprographics Department on 10 April 2014. The text is reproduced below.
If you are returning next year the credits you have added to your print (UniFlow) account will be waiting for you when you return.
We will not be closing any accounts (even final year students) as your B-number remains specific to you and we hope that you will return for future courses.
If you are a final year student or not returning next year then please try and avoid adding large sums of money to your account as we cannot refund any balances.
If you have any enquires about this, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.