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We would like to give you advance notice of an interruption of service for Elsevier platforms and solutions due to scheduled maintenance.

On Saturday, August 1, access to Elsevier platforms will be unavailable due to a scheduled maintenance for approximately 4.5 hours starting at 06:00 PM EDT.

The platforms and solutions involved are:

  • Elsevier Research Platforms: ScienceDirect, Scopus (including Author Feedback Wizard), Engineering Village, Mendeley
  • Research Intelligence: SciVal Funding
  • R&D Solutions: Reaxys, Embase, Geofacets

During this time, these products will be unavailable for use, and you will be redirected to a message indicating the temporary unavailability of service.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause you. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Electronic Resources & Serials Unit at eresources@georgetown.edu.

Posted 27 July 2015 at 3:22pm ET

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Georgetown users of the S&P netAdvantage are currently experiencing problems accessing the resource. Users are being prompted to log on to their subscription rather than being recognized as users from Georgetown and passed to the full database. Standard & Poor's reports that this problem affects all netAdvantage users. They are working to resolve the issue. We sincerely regret any invconvenience that this may cause.

Please contact the Electronic Resources & Serials Unit if you have any questions or concerns.

Posted 20 July 2015 at 10:57am ET.

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Georgetown users of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) online are currently experiencing problems accessing the resource. Users are being prompted to log on to their subscription rather than being recognized as users from Georgetown and passed to the full dictionary. Oxford University Press reports that this problem affects all OED users. They are working to resolve the issue. We sincerely regret any invconvenience that this may cause.

Please contact the Electronic Resources & Serials Unit if you have any questions or concerns.

Posted 09 June 2015 at 4:29pm ET.

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Access has been restored to the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) database platform available at http://eng.oversea.cnki.net and http://gb.oversea.cnki.net. This includes access to the following databases:

China Academic Journals (CAJ)
Century Journals Project (CJP)
China Doctors/Masters Dissertations (CDMD)
China Core Newspapers (CCND)
Conference Proceedings of China (CPCD)
China Reference Works Online (CRWO)
China Yearbooks Fulltext Database (CYFD)
China Statistical Yearbooks Database (CSYD)
China Monographic Series Database (CMSD)

Our apologies for the interruption in services. If you have any questions, please contact us at eresources@georgetown.edu.

Posted 8:51am ET, May 6, 2015.

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Browse academic journals and save articles on the go with BrowZine for Android, now available in the Google Play store! And if you haven’t already, don’t forget to download BrowZine for your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire.

BrowZine allows you to access more than 14,000 of the scholarly journals Georgetown provides from your iPhone or tablet in an intuitive, easy-to-use interface. Log in with your Georgetown NetID and you’ll be able to browse by title or topic to find journals of interest. Once you’ve found one you like, you can save it to your “bookshelf” for easy access. When new issues of your saved journals come out, you’ll receive a notification.

You can also save individual articles, which will download to your device for offline access. In addition, you can email articles, share them on social media or export them to a variety of other programs.

And now, with BrowZine available for Android, you can create an individual BrowZine account that will sync your saved journals and articles across all your devices. In addition, the saved article limit has been increased to 500 articles and Android users will now be able to save up to 64 journals to their “bookshelf.”

To get started using BrowZine, go to the App Store (iPad and iPhone), Google Play (Android phone and tablet) or Amazon (Kindle) and download the app for free. Once it has downloaded, enter your NetID and password and start browsing!

To learn more, watch the BrowZine introductory video. To find out if your favorite journals are available on BrowZine, download our searchable list.

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The Stalin Digital Archive will be undergoing improvements this coming Friday, October 10, 2014 from 8am - 12pm EST. During this time, access to the database at http://www.stalindigitalarchive.com may be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your patience.

For more information on SDA News and Updates, please contact East View Information Services or visit http://www.stalindigitalarchive.com/frontend/node/7 . If you have any questions, please contact the Electronic Resources Unit.

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Check out the new features on Films On Demand's updated interface. A new design, navigation improvements, and a better video player make using the new Films On Demand more powerful and convenient.

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