ACCESS TO THE O’Reilly for Higher Education collection is now available through a new listing for the resource in the Find Databases service.
Authenticated access to the materials on the platform is by university username and password.
The resource is described as follows:
With a focus on programming and development, the O’Reilly for Higher Education platform provides access to more than 44,000 full-text eBooks and more than 30,000 hours of instructional video. Topics range from programming in a wide variety of languages, to IT networking to project management to graphic design and business strategy. The content includes code snippets, certification preparation materials, expert-curated learning paths and self-assessments exercises. Materials are drawn from more than 250 technology and business publishers.
Individual discovery records for the eBook and multimedia content on the O’Reilly platform will be made available in Library OneSearch and Library OneSearch Pro shortly.
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.
A scheduled system maintenance period for the Box of Broadcasts (BoB) platform will begin Thursday 14 October 2021 at 07:00. The provider advises that the service should be considered ‘at risk’ during this time.
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.