On Monday, October 29, 2012, Taylor and Francis Online, one of the providers of our electronic journals, will be undergoing scheduled maintenance starting at 9:00 am and finishing by 2:00 pm. The platform will be unavailable during this time. Their technical support team apologizes in advance for any inconvenience caused by this maintenance work.
Archive for October, 2012
We would like to inform you that this Saturday (October 27th) there will be a period of scheduled downtime for all Springer hosted online services from 4:30 – 9:30.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
UTHSC faculty, students, and staff with current NetID and password can download a free copy of EndNote x6 from the UTK Office of Information Technology. Follow the instructions to ensure you are not asked for a product key.
ClinicalKey includes the MD Consult database but also adds hundreds of additional eBooks, eJournals, guidelines, videos, images, First Consult, Procedure Consult, and more into one platform. Check it out at Clinicalkey.com.
As of Wednesday morning, Oct. 17, 2012, articles from Wiley-Blackwell journal titles are accessible again through the library’s token system.
The publisher apologizes for the inconvenience.
Server maintenance may be performed on Sunday mornings between 8am and 11am and result in temporary unavailability of ejournals, databases, and the online catalog.
Normally outages should last no longer than 10 minutes and will not occur every Sunday morning.
Starting October 2012, all UTHSC faculty, staff, and students are able to access to the online version of The Chronicle of Higher Education. For off campus users, you will need to log in using your NetID and password.
Many of our Wiley-Blackwell titles are currently not accessible through the library’s token system.
The publisher apologizes for the inconvenience as they currently work to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
The library is conducting a survey about its resources, services, and the facility. Please take about 5 minutes to complete the online survey. Your response is critical to helping us select the information resources and services you need for your research, education, and clinical care.