The two webpages are worth looking at, especially if you’re an early career researcher:
Originally posted on Library OneSearch@NTU:
In response to feedback from Customer Services (and from library customers), a number of small (but hopefully significant) changes will go live in the Library OneSearch interface later this week. The key tweaks and updates are detailed below (click on each of the images for a full-size version):
For an item of physical stock, the ‘Locations & Requests’ tab will be presented first in the list of clickable options. For items that are available in both physical and electronic format, the ‘View Online’ tab will be presented first, and the ‘Locations & Requests’ tab second. This change is intended to provide more intuitive access to location information and reservation options for physical stock items.
In an effort to give the functionality greater prominence, an additional ‘Find Databases’ button will be added to the main search…
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Originally posted on eResource updates:
In order to correct a problem affecting the BBC Archive link in the off-air recording and streaming service Box of Broadcasts, the BoB team will be carrying out maintenance tasks throughout Thursday 27 March 2014.
Although the work may be completed in a relatively short period of time, the service should be considered ‘at risk’ for the entire day.
The following programmes will be broadcast and added to the BoB archive next week:
Oh do shut up dear! Mary Beard on the public voice of women (Sunday 16th, BBC4, 8-9pm)
Life and death row – execution (Monday 17th, BBC3, 9-10pm)
Gay rights: tying the knot (Tuesday 18th, R4, 8-8.40pm)