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Services Alerts: E-resources

RefWorks – problems importing references

Importing references to RefWorks from databases (including CINAHL Plus, Medline, Embase and Web of Science etc) is not currently working.

The problem is also being experienced at other institutions and has been reported to the provider.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Posted: 24 Mar 2017


OUP journals offsite access issues

We are aware of an issue currently with accessing OUP journals offsite. We hope it will be resolved soon.

Onsite access should be unaffected.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Posted: 16 March 2017


*Resolved* Offsite access error for journal content via British Nursing Database

Offsite users are currently encountering the following error message:

Access Error – No Database Available (3006)

Onsite access is working, and access via alternative providers may be available – please check for alternative links in the results menu when searching from our Journals A-Z or on Hunter. The problem is being investigated by ProQuest – the provider of this collection, and we will post an update once we have further information.

Posted 13 Mar 2017Updated: 22 Mar 2017

 


 

BMJ Best Practice - offsite access using Internet Explorer partially blocked

Users accessing BMJ Best Practice offsite using the Internet Explorer web browser have been receiving the following error message:

Although your institution, St George’s University of London, subscribes to part of BMJ Best Practice, the subscription does not cover this content.

If you are using Internet Explorer and receive this error message please try an alternative web browser such as Firefox, Chrome or Safari. If you continue to experience problems accessing BMJ Best Practice please email journals@sgul.ac.uk

We have reported this to the BMJ and will post an update once we have further information.

Posted 21 Feb 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 library@sgul.ac.uk to let us know, or report it to a Library member of staff if you are in the Library.

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