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Apr 28 - On trial: Plunkett Research until June 5, 2016. Complete data and market research for the industry(s) of your choice, including: Market Research; Industry Trends Analysis; Statistical Tables; Technologies Analysis; Business Intelligence and "hard-to-find" facts; Key Industry Associations (with contact information); Corporate Executive Contracts; Data Export Tools; Top Companies Data.
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Mar 14 - Cambridge University Press online journals are experiencing intermittent access problems. If you encounter a problem, please try accessing the article/journal again after a few minutes. CUP is working to solve these access issues.
Feb 8 - Scopus no longer supports Internet Explorer 8 or lower. Please upgrade your browsers to IE 9 or higher or use Chrome / Firefox browsers.
Jan 25 - Online access to the International New York Times is available. Create an account for mobile access by following these instructions.
Jan 25 - Online Access is available for the Financial Times Online. Create an account for mobile access by following these instructions. Read the instructions for downloading the mobile apps.
Jan 25 - New Zinio online magazine titles are now available. For details...
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Appropriate Usage of Library Resources
Dear University Library users,
Several times over the past six months, some publishers have restricted our online access to their publications due to individuals in our community exceeding the download limit. Recent access cut-off to the American Chemical Society (ACS) publications is an example.
What is excessive downloading?
Publishers do not publish their threshold, but generally it is systematic downloading that exceeds the number of articles and the speed of download, which you might expect from typical library research.
It is inconvenient to have campus access to resources cut off while each infringement is investigated. Continual violations jeopardize long-term access to the valuable resources.
It is important for us to abide by the Library’s e-resources usage policy as it takes time to negotiate and recover access with electronic publishers, and loss of access affects everyone in our community. Please click here to read the policy. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.