You can now seamlessly move between Google Scholar and the citation content within Web of Science. See how you can perform a quick search with Google Scholar and then turn to Web of ScienceTM for a comprehensive view of how your results fit into a collection of scholarly research.
The library will close Thursday, April 17th at 11:00 pm through Sunday April 20th, for Good Friday and Easter weekend. The library will re-open Monday, April 21st at 8:00 am. This will begin the library’s extended hours, until May 3rd, which are the following:
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Users are able to authenticate and search within Mergent Intellect. However, while viewing results, some users are seeing a “Session Expired” message, and are prompted to login again.
NC LIVE staff have reported this problem to Mergent technical support and are working with them to identify a resolution. As they receive more information, NC LIVE staff will update the Library Staff Service Alert Blog, here: http://nclive.org/librarystaff
Please notify the NC LIVE Help Desk if you have any questions: http://nclive.org/support.
Taylor & Francis Online will be read-only for a 48 hour period, from Friday, April 11th 5:30pm EDT until Sunday, April 13th 5:30pm EDT. You will still have access, however during this time no new users will be able to register and changes handled via My Account won’t be possible.
New features include:
• A redesign of Taylor & Francis Online Mobile with magazine style tablet view, faceted search, more personalization options, cleaner navigation and more journal information;
• CrossMark: Over the coming months CrossMark will be rolled out to all journals which will enable users to quickly see whether or not they are using the most recent and reliable versions of a document;
• Google subscriber links: These allow users to see in Google results whether they have access to a returned article, either through subscription access using their institution’s IP range or because it is open access or freely available. They also provide a direct access link, straight to Taylor & Francis Online;
• Toll free linking: Gives the reader free access to Taylor & Francis journal articles that are referenced by articles published in the Taylor & Francis journals subscribed to. Also applies to all of our open access journals and all articles published open access under the open select model.