Showing posts from October, 2008

House of Commons publications1801-2004 available online

You can now access the complete range of House of Commons publications 1801-2004 online. Go to E-Knowledge on the Library website and choose House of Commons papers.

Search Griffith's Valuation online

The Library has recently subscribed to Irish Origins which makes a significant number of 19th century resources, including the property survey known as Griffith's Valuation, available at your desk. Go to Irish Origins on E-Knowledge to see this and other useful historical data.

New Cambridge Journals Online Features

The Latest Release of Innovative Features from Cambridge Journals Online. Registered users may be interested to read about the latest additions to CJO. Some key new developments released in August 2008 include: Cosmetic changes Some amendments have been made, such as all menus are now persistently formatted in Title Case; the journal title image, when clicked, now returns to the individual journal homepage; standard navigation is now available on all pages; new features are now listed in the central area of the CJO homepage. Help and FAQ sheets These sheets are now available in a print friendly form. Online Submission Journals that do not have an Online Peer Review system, such as Editorial Manager or Manuscript Central are now able to accept papers via an online Manuscript submission system on CJO. Unregistered users content alerts Unregistered users can now set up and save alerts, and register afterwards. Back-volume display Significant changes f

Expand your citation search with Web of Knowledge

Look for the new features listed below in ISI Web of Knowledge , starting this week. You'll find more citation content and searching capabilities, as well as new linking and export options. See how you can search, analyze, and use your results more efficiently. Web of Science See the full impact of the latest emerging research Searching journal articles and conference proceedings just got easier with Web of Science and Conference Proceedings Citation Index , previously called ISI Proceedings . This powerful combination lets you easily discover which proceedings are the most influential. You'll see who is citing proceedings, and discover new research directions. Check your local subscription today. Citation Maps enhancements bring you a more focused analysis A new slider bar lets you control the depth of citations viewed. Learn more about this unique analysis tool. Verify an author's affiliation Verify an author's identity by his or her affiliati

Newsletter- Issue 33, October 2008

The latest issue of the James Hardiman Library Newsletter is now available to read online at