All 10 entries tagged Resources
View all 103 entries tagged Resources on Warwick Blogs | View entries tagged Resources at Technorati | There are no images tagged Resources on this blog
May 15, 2008
A number of users have recently requested additional support when using the mobile shelves on floor 3. If you are having problems accessing the resources stored in the mobile shelves let us know, and we will be happy to assist. Our office is located on the second floor of the library, past the Teaching Grid and the printers.
April 29, 2008
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/main/electronicresources/databases/h/
The Library now has access to HAPI - the Hispanic American Periodicals Index. This is a source of over 265,000 journal article citations about Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Brazil, and Hispanics/Latinos in the United States.
A link to this resource can be found on the Library Databases page.
April 03, 2008
February 05, 2008
The Library is currently moving the Arts subjects books to the new compact mobile shelving on Floor 3 of the Library extension building. The details are as follows:
- Books with the classmark PS-PT are on the right of the new mobile shelving
- Arts pamphlets and Arts Oversize books are on the left of the new mobile shelving
- General Reference books are on the left of the new mobile shelving
- Current Arts Journals are directly in front of you as you enter the new area of mobile shelving
If you do have any problems locating the material you need then please do ask a member of Library staff to help you. Alternatively you can contact the Arts Team via the email: firstname.lastname@example.org or come and see us in our new office on the second floor of the library.
We now have access to another history and humanities database.
Maney Online Research E-Journals (History and Humanities) - Access to 37 history and humanities publications, with more to be added in 2008. Off-campus access is also available.
Once again if you require any further information about this database of any other history resources please contact Richard Parker, subject librarian for German Studies, History, History of Art and Renaissance Studies. Email: email@example.com Tel: 024 7652 4475
February 01, 2008
We now have access to Oxford Scholarship Online - Philosophy:
- Oxford Scholarship Online - A searchable full text database of OUP's scholarly books. Abstracts and keywords aid searching and access to content. We hold full text titles in 3 areas including economics and finance; political science; and philosophy. Off campus access is also available.
If you require any further information about this or any other philosophy related resources please contact Peter Larkin, Subject Librarian for English and Comparative Literature, French Studies and Philosophy. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 024 7652 8151.
January 29, 2008
Two new film databases have been acquired by the library, including FIAF - International Film Archive and Creative Club. Further information about these databases follows below:
International Film Archive (FIAF) Plus- This database replaces the original FIAF database. The new database gives us better functionality and access to more full text film journals, including the seminal Sight and Sound back to 1932. Off campus access is also available.
If you require any further information about these databases please contact the Film Studies subject Librarian, Richard Perkins. email - email@example.com; tel: 024 7652 2331
A verybelated Happy New Year from the Arts subject team. This year has got off to a good start as we have acquired a number of new electronic resources including two American Resources. Details are as follows:
American Historical Newspapers 1690 - 1876: This resource includes Readex's Early American Newspapers Series I. American Historical Newspapers contains hundreds of papers listed in Clarence Brigham's Bibliography of American Newspapers 1690-1820. You can search this database by date and era, and by newspaper title.
Early American Imprints Series II: Shaw-Shoemaker: This resource contains the full text of every book included in Ralph R. Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker's bibliography of American imprints from 1800-1819. Effectively contains every significant book published in America between these dates.
If you require any further information about these resources please feel free to contact us on email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively you can contact your subject librarian:
Richard Parker: Subject Librarian for German Studies, History, History of Art, and Renaissance Studies
email - email@example.com; Tel - 024 7652 4475
William Pine-Coffin: Subject Librarian for Classics, Italian and American History
email - firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel - 024 7652 8133
December 07, 2007
Writing about web page http://webcat.warwick.ac.uk/ftlist
You can now view the latest additions to the library catalogue. The latest list of new titles that have been made available in the catalogue in November is now available via http://webcat.warwick.ac.uk/ftlist.
This list is broadly subject based and contains print materials and DVD/videos that have been made available on the catalogue in the last month. All items on this list can be found in classmark order with the exception of DVDs and Videos, these resources are arranged in alphabetical order.If you would like to recommend a book for purchase please use the Online Book Suggestion Form.
December 04, 2007
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/main/electronicresources/databases/n/
NEW! We now have access to the Nineteenth Century British Library Newspapers. This includes a full run of 48 influential national and regional newspapers representing different political and cultural segments of nineteenth century British society. Off campus access is available through Athens DA, you will need your IT Services username and password.
Please let me know if you require any further information about off campus access to online resources. Alternatively you can visit us in our new team office which can be found on the second floor via the north staircase.