Monday, June 22, 2015

TRIAL: IET.tv and Engineering & Technology Reference

The University of Liverpool has trial access to two new resources from the Institution of Engineering and Technology: ‘IET.tv’ and ‘Engineering & Technology Reference’ until Friday 21st August 2015.

IET.tv is a searchable collection of engineering video content, including lectures and presentations from IET events, seminars from universities and research institutions, teaching and coursework material and interviews with experts from industry and academia.

Engineering & Technology Reference provides access to an authoritative collection of technical articles and real-world case studies written by practising engineers and researchers.

Click here to access ‘IET.tv’ (University login required off campus).

Click here to access ‘Engineering & Technology Reference’ (University login required off campus).

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Monday, June 08, 2015

ScienceDirect and Scopus experiencing technical difficulties

Monday 8th June 2015:

Elsevier are currently experiencing a service outage of their ScienceDirect and Scopus resources due to unforeseen technical issues.  They report that they are working to resolve them as soon as possible, and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Friday, June 05, 2015

TRIAL: Wittgenstein – The Complete Correspondence

The University of Liverpool has trial access to ‘Wittgenstein – The Complete Correspondence’ until Monday 6th July 2015.

Click here to access the Complete Correspondence of Wittgenstein via the Past Masters resource (University login required off campus).

Wittgenstein’s Complete Correspondence is an online, searchable collection of correspondence to and from Wittgenstein.
It includes commentaries for all the letters and biographies of each individual mentioned in them, as well as a chronology of his life and indices of the literature and music mentioned in the correspondence.

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