June 2013 Archives

ProQuest Mobile (Beta) Is Now Live

from ProQuest

With the launch of ProQuest Mobile, you and your library users now have instant access to your ProQuest research databases anytime, anywhere, using their iPhone®, iPod touch®, Android™, or BlackBerry® smartphone.

To log in, start here: http://m.search.proquest.com.

ProQuest Mobile supports the same authoritative content and many of the same features and research tools you are used to using on laptop, desktop, and tablet devices. See how it works, and then give it a try.

For research on the go, start here ... with ProQuest.

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Check out our enhancements page to review these and other recent improvements to your ProQuest databases.

Ovid Maintenance Window June 22 - 23

Due to routine maintenance, users of the following tools and platforms can expect to experience downtime on Saturday, June 22, 2013, from 11PM EDT until Sunday, June 23, 2013, 3 AM EDT(North America). For your local time, click here.

  • Ovid Admin Tools
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  • OvidFrançais
  • OvidMD
  • LinkSolver
  • Links@Ovid
  • SearchSolver
  • JBI Admin Tool
  • JBI COnNect+
  • JBI Tools

We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact Ovid Customer Support at support@ovid.com.

ProQuest Maintenance Window - June 15

On Saturday, June 15, 2013 ProQuest will install new enhancements, features, and databases, to improve the research experience. Highlights from this release include:

  • Faster ebrary e-book discovery
  • Improved search experience for tablet users
  • New custom format options when exporting records to RefWorks

A four (4) hour maintenance window is needed to install these enhancements. The window will take place from Saturday, June 15, at 22:00 ET to Sunday, June 16 at 2:00 ET. See below for a more complete list of times and time zones.

EBSCO Information Services Releases Engineering Source

from EBSCO:

EBSCO Information Services introduces Engineering Source, the premier collection of engineering-related content. The comprehensive full-text database is designed to support the information needs of engineers at all levels, including research, planning, product development, management and supply chain.

The collection provides unmatched full-text coverage of information relevant to many engineering disciplines, including:

    Aerospace

    Biomedical

    Civil

    Electrical

    Environmental

    Mechanical

    Software

    Structural

Engineering Source indexes 3,000 publications, 2,000 of which provide full-text coverage, and includes engineering-related journals, monographs, magazines and trade publications as well as energy-focused monographs, books, conference papers and proceedings. Engineering Source enhances the use of major engineering indexes EI Compendex, GeoRef and INSPEC. Many of the full text titles in Engineering Source are also indexed in those databases, making Engineering Source the ideal full text complement for users of these core engineering indexes.

Engineering Source is the latest science and technology offering from EBSCO, joining Applied Science & Technology Source™, Computer & Applied Science Complete™ and Energy & Power Source™. Visit www.ebscohost.com/academic/engineering-source for more information on Engineering Source.

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