LS:N Global currently unavailable – resolved

LS:N homepage with Login text

The login issues to LS:N Global have now been fixed by the LSN:Global technical team.

The NTU membership is being recognised again and access restored.

Access is direct from on-campus and by University username and password off-campus.

LS:N apologise for the disruption this has caused.

LS:N Global currently unavailable

LS:N homepage with Login text

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 issuehe recent access issues for LS:N global platform have now been resolved and NTU’s membership is being recognised again.

LS:N Global currently unavailable

LS:N homepage with Login text

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.

 

 

 

 

New database resource – LS:N Global

LS:N Global

ACCESS TO THE LS:N Global platform has been enabled in the library’s Find Databases platform.

The new resource is described as follows:

LS:N Global is a subscription-based insights platform that documents new consumer behaviour and key industry trends to give business professionals the confidence to make informed decisions about the future.

It is updated daily by a global team of researchers, analysts, forecasters, visualisers and correspondents to help businesses to become future-proof by inspiring new products, services and brand innovations.

Access to LS:N Global is direct on-campus and by university username and password from off-campus. Those accessing the resource from off-campus will need to use the Find Databases access route in order to pick up the correct authentication path.

The subscription to LS:N Global is being paid for by the School of Art and Design.