The LS:N global platform, which is paid for by the School of Art & Design, and available through the library’s Find Databases platform, is currently unavailable both on and off campus.
Attempts to access content will prompt for a membership login.
The School of Art and Design contact is working with LS:N to try and resolve this issue.
On Thursday 28 November between 1pm and 4pm, the Ubidictionary service will be suspended to carry out a technical update of the platforms’ infrastructure.
During this time the following e-book titles will be unavailable:
IT Lo Zingarelli 2019
IT-EN/EN-IT Il Ragazzini 2019
IT L’Enciclopedia Zanichelli
Some users are reporting an authentication error message when attempting to access Nexis UK both on and off campus.
We are working with Nexis UK support to try and resolve this issue.
ProQuest have confirmed that access to their e-book platforms has been restored.
ProQuest apologize for any inconvenience caused.
ProQuest technicians are currently working to resolve access issues with some of their ebook platforms.
An update will follow once everything is resolved.
The issues with viewing and downloading images reported earlier in the week have now been resolved by the IT Technicians at Creative Club.
There is currently an issue with viewing and downloading images within the Creative Club database.
The technical team for Creative Club are currently working to resolve this and apologise for any inconvenience this may be causing.
THE ON-CAMPUS AND off-campus access links to the Lawtel platform have been updated in the Find Databases service, ahead of the hosting changes that Thomson Reuters are implementing tomorrow (Saturday 9 November 2019).
On-campus access remains direct; with off-campus access requiring a university username and password.
Those accessing the service from off-campus for the first time will have to complete a brief one-off registration process (see illustration below).
The Box of Broadcasts (BoB) service is undergoing “emergency maintenance” today (Friday 8 November 2019) between 12:00 and 13:00. Please consider the service “at risk” during these times.