Wiley Online Library is currently experiencing network problems and is therefore unavailable. Wiley’s technical team is working to restore access as a matter of urgency. No estimated time of repair was provided. The library will provide updates via e-mail, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter as information becomes available
The staff of the Ethel K. Smith Library regrets any inconvenience this may cause to you.
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Wiley has informed us that they are making enhancements to the Wiley Online Library on Saturday, September 28th between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.The database will be unavailable for those 4 hours within that maintenance window.
- Over Five Million articles
- 1,500 peer-reviewed journals
- Thousands of full-text souirses
- Very easy to navigate
A great resource for
Need held searching? Ask a Librarian!
- how to create a rubric,
- how to post your syllabus,
- how to post notes to the calendar section, etc.
Seating is limited and provided and a first come, first served basis.
This session will most benefit the following Departments:
- All Undergraduate & Graduate Departments – especially New Faculty
- All are Welcome
ProQuest will be performing server infrastructure improvements between 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 24th, 2013 and 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 25th. During this service window, the following databases will be unavailable:
- Chadwyck-Healey Poetry Collections
- The New York Times
- ProQuest Dissertation and Theses
- Sandborn Maps
- The Wall Street Journal
LexisNexis Academic has added a couple of enhancements over the past week
First, the Delivery to Dropbox enhancement has now been expanded to include document delivery to Google Drive. Users will click on the cloud delivery icon and select either Dropbox or Google Drive on the pop-up screen. For more information, as well as a resource for your users, visit the Delivery to Cloud article on the Academic Knowledge Center.
Also, LexisNexis Academic now includes Google Translate functionality. Users will now see a drop-down box in results list and document view that will allow them to translate their results and documents into over 70 languages. Being as various librarians have requested this enhancement, I hope that you will all find this a useful new piece of Academic. Visit the Knowledge Center article on Google Translate for FAQ.
Everything you love about grading with Turnitin is now available on iPad. Grading student writing has never been better. Originality Report, QuickMark comments, voice comments, custom text comments, and highlights—everything you need to provide effective feedback on student writing. Convey clear expectations and grade faster with interactive rubrics. Simply tap the rubric criteria, and the grade is automatically calculated. No calculators, no spreadsheets. Sync assignments to your iPad so you can grade them on- or off-line. And easily switch between using Turnitin on your computer to using Turnitin for iPad.
Naturally, Turnitin for iPad is only available to instructors. For more information on Turnitin for the iPad, including a link to the Apple Store, see the announcement from Turnitin.
Turnitin service may be intermittently unavailable during a scheduled maintenance period on Saturday, August 10th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. An announcement will appear for users within Turnitin in advance of when the system will be unavailable for this scheduled maintenance.
Instructors are encouraged to modify assignment due dates either before or at least several hours after the scheduled maintenance window.
ScienceDirect will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance on Saturday, July 20 between at 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. It is also possible that there may be service disruptions such as slower response times and unexpected outages throughout the day.