A scheduled system maintenance period for the Box of Broadcasts (BoB) platform will begin Tuesday 19 October 2021 at 06:00. The provider advises that the service should be considered ‘at risk’ during this time.
THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS Online service has been withdrawn from the Find Databases service.
This freely-accessible, non-subscription directory was previously managed by a researcher at the University of Virginia, and hosted on the university’s web platform, but is no longer available.
Archived snapshots of the site will remain available through the index of the Wayback Machine.
We are currently investigating an issue affecting log in to RefWorks.
Selecting the ‘Use login from my institution’ option and then searching for and selecting ‘Nottingham Trent University’ leads to an error page.
We are working with RefWorks technical support staff to resolve this problem as soon as possible.
THE TECHNICAL ISSUES preventing login requests submitted through the NTU Single Sign-on service from resolving correctly reported earlier have now been resolved.
Although the service will not return to full capacity for several hours, it is already possible to log in to the full range of available library resources and services (which rely on SSO) using an NTU university username and password.
Technical issues affecting the NTU Single Sign-on service mean that many electronic library resources are currently inaccessible from off-campus. Many library resources and services that require university username and password authentication on-campus are also affected. Teams across the university are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
ACCESS TO THE Adam Matthew Explorer platform has been enabled through a new entry in the library’s Find Databases service.
Authenticated access to the resource is by university username and password.
The resource is described as follows:
Adam Matthew Explorer gives access to over 70 primary source collections with content spanning the fifteenth to the twenty-first centuries. These collections from archives across the world cover arts, humanities and social sciences.
Discovery records for individual resources and materials from all seventy collections will be available through Library OneSearch and Library OneSearch Pro shortly.
The issues affecting the off-campus link to Practical Law from the Find Databases page have now been resolved and the off-campus link is working again.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused whilst working to restore access.
We are currently investigating an issue with the off-campus access option from the Find Databases page for Practical Law.
Using the link will land you at the above Practical Law page but without first completing the NTU Single Sign part and granting access as an NTU user.
Whilst we work with ThomsonReuter to try and resolve direct access and to get full access, please use the Sign In option at the top right of the screen and then the ‘Access through academic institution’ option to the bottom of this page.
After searching and selecting Nottingham Trent University from the list of institutions you should then be directed to the NTU Single Sign On page and successful completion of this should then return you back to Practical Law as a signed in NTU user.