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Scrolling beyond 200 results in Discover@Bolton

Some good news! You may have been aware in the past that it was not possible to access more results than the first 200 in Discover@Bolton, which was not only frustrating but utterly baffling. 42 more words

Electronic Resources

Assistant Library Director II for Resource Acquisitions Resource & Collections Strategy Services, Wayne State University, Detroit MI

This position will lead and coordinate the identification, negotiation, acquisition, renewal, and payment of all library information resources. The Assistant Library Director II manages the acquisition lifecycle for all formats of materials, oversees Interlibrary Loan, and holds ultimate responsibility to manage e-resources, including maintaining access and communicating changes with the broader university. 87 more words

Academic

Fordham Law launches 25th Amendment Archive

Marking the 50th anniversary of the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, Fordham Law School has launched the 25th Amendment Archive. The archive marks the 50th anniversary of the amendment to the U.S. 76 more words

Legal Research

ScienceDirect access problems

We are currently experiencing problems accessing ScienceDirect which appear to be affecting all UK customers. We are not sure at the moment how long this will take to resolve and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Electronic Journals

Elsevier acquires Bepress

The story is in The Scholarly Kitchen.  It’s pretty stunning news, especially after the acquisition of SSRN and the controversy over licensing that occurred shortly after that takeover.   18 more words

Publishing Industry

New: Jstor Sustainability

The Library is pleased to announce that we now subscribe to Sustainability collection (from  Jstor) which contains journals, ebooks and research reports covering environmental stresses and their impact on society. 45 more words

News

Supreme Court website redesigned

Take a peak here. On SCOTUSblog, Andrew Hamm writes:

The court’s Public Information Office boasts that the site update includes “a more consistent menu structure, a more interactive calendar, faster access through Quick Links, improved page load times, and reduced page scrolling.” For example, instead of indicating only that the court will hear oral argument on a given day, the updated calendar provides case names for each argument day, with links to the docket entries and the questions at issue in each case.

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Legal Research