A number of new databases, packages of journal backfiles and technical standards have recently been purchased and made available for the Cornell University community. Some work is still going on to integrate these resources into the catalog, but all should be available shortly. Stay tuned for more updates and links: 1.) American Society of Mechanical [...]
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January 25th, 2010 — Astronomy, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Databases, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Electronic Journal Access, General News, Material Science and Engineering, Mathematics Library, Operations Research and Information Engineering, Physical Sciences Library, Physics, Uncategorized
Welcome back! A lot has happened in the library during the past month to transition the space and services. Study Space The former library space will be available for open quiet study starting next Monday January 25, 2010. The space will be open most days M-Th 9am-10pm and F 9-5pm. A mixture of tables, carrels, [...]
December 1st, 2009 — ASTech People, Astronomy, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Electronic Journal Access, Engineering Library, Events, Features, General News, Libraries, Library Annex, Material Science and Engineering, Mathematics Library, Operations Research and Information Engineering, Physical Sciences Library, Physics
Dear Faculty, Students and Staff, Welcome back after the Thanksgiving holiday. We are zeroing in on the final weeks of the semester and the final weeks of the Physical Sciences Library facility. Many facets of the library transition are coming together and I wanted to update you on a few exciting developments for the spring [...]
Because of budget cuts and endowment pay out reductions, the Engineering Library will need to cancel about $140,000 of journal subscriptions to stay within our budget. See http://astech.library.cornell.edu/ast/engr/about/engrjournalcancels10.cfm The top priority is to preserve as much as possible the research collection for faculty and graduate students. As a corollary, many industry and popular journals will [...]
Expanded Elsevier e-journal coverage 5 years after the Cornell faculty senate resolution to reduce our spend with the publisher Elsevier, we have negotiated a contract that enables Cornell to access all Elsevier journal content from 1995-current. This new license brings Elsevier more in line with the agreements we have with other major scientific publishers and [...]
September 2008 Q: The eJournals list says [The Journal of Combustion Science] is available full text back to 1957 (see image) but when I go there the full text only starts with June 1995. Q: There is an article in the Journal of Water Research that is not available online through Cornell. I get the [...]
The Physical Sciences Library has reinstated its subscription to the Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry. It is now available electronically. All articles from 1964 to the present may be searched by (sub)structure, author, key word and molecular formula. All CUL electronic journals can be found in the e-journals list and the catalog.
Cornell University Library recently purchased historical runs of several hundred journals. The convenience of downloading articles to one’s desktop regardless of date is one of the library’s most frequently-requested services. For a listing of these journals by title or by publisher, see the public Cornell University Library wiki,Â The journal holdings in the library catalog [...]
Do you ever lookup the libraryâ€™s online journals from home? Check out the libraryâ€™s latest online tool, the Passkey. The Passkey gives you access to subscription-based resources without requiring you to go through the libraryâ€™s Web site. If you encounter a publisherâ€™s login page, click on the Passkey (downloaded to your browser) and youâ€™re prompted [...]
July 3rd, 2008 — Electronic Journal Access
While most of the Wiley journals are now accessible online some current content is not. Access is not stable at this time. If someone is unable to access an article have them contact their interlibrary loan unit and someone will get the item to them as quickly as possible.