Wiley Online Library is migrating to a new platform on 17th March 2018
We have been informed that Wiley Online Library will be migrating to a new platform this weekend. While most settings will be migrated, please be aware of the following:
• Users eTOC and citation alert settings will be migrated to the new platform. Saved search alerts and article “favorites” will not be migrated.
• Redirects will be put in place for all current URLs, to their new counterparts, but we encourage updating all bookmarks and links after the migration to avoid any interruption of access.
The new URL is as follows: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/. Wiley aim to deliver a seamless transition to the new platform, however please be aware that there is the potential for disruption to access.
If you experience problems accessing journal content that we subscribe to via Wiley, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the problem.
Added: 15th March 2018
Saving Your MyiLibrary ebook notes before the Ebook Central Upgrade
On 21 March all e-books on the Myilibrary platform will move to a new platform called Ebook Central. Unless you save any notes you have made in MyiLibrary ebooks before 21 March you will lose them after the upgrade.
Here’s how to save any notes you have made in MyiLibrary ebooks you have read online (not in books you’ve downloaded).
Step 1: Log in to MyiLibrary.
Step 2: Select My Account at the top of the home page, then select Notes from the drop-down menu. You will see the list of books you have added annotated notes to.
Step 3: Select the titles from which you want to preserve your notes.
Step 4: Choose to either print your notes or email them to yourself. If you choose to email your notes, you will receive an HTML-based message from email@example.com that includes the book titles, the page numbers associated with your notes, and the note titles. Also included will be a link to each note page in MyiLibrary, although these links will not be valid once the Ebook Central upgrade is complete.
Added: 14th March 2018
Changes to accessing DawsonEra e-books
There are changes to how you download e-books from DawsonEra, please read our blog post (Sept 2017).
Added: 4th October 2017
Having difficulties accessing an e-resource? Try a different browser
If you've been having a problem accessing an e-resource (an e-book or database) it is worth trying to access it through an alternative browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari) to see if that resolves the issue. If you do come across a browser specific issue, please contact us to let us know, and we'll notify the service provider.
If you come across an issue with accessing our resources that is not listed here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know, or report it to a Library member of staff if you are in the Library.