Category: Database News (page 2 of 5)

Research Highlight: Web of Science!


The Library now subscribes to Web of Science, the best known database for cited reference searching.  It includes Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index.  The library has just purchased the complete backfiles, so dates of coverage are from 1900-present (SCI, SSCI) and 1975-present (A&HCI).  In addition, our subscription to BIOSIS now runs on this platform.

To find out more about WoS, see this link or contact Jennifer van Sickle, Serials Librarian and Sciences Coordinator (


Credits: Thomson Corporation. Cited Reference Searching: An Introduction. The Thomson Corporation, 2004. Web. 6 February 2014.

Library systems maintenance wrap-up 1/9

Note that yesterday’s Library systems maintenance is continuing for a few hours into this morning.  Our Library Catalog is back up ( ) but our local screen customizations (including the screens to do a CTW search) will take a little more time to reload.  Everything should be back to normal later today.

Library Systems Maintenance Monday 1/7 and Tuesday 1/8

Please note that the Library Catalog will be unavailable Monday January 7th and most of Tuesday January 8th while we perform some scheduled systems maintenance.  We expect it to be fully functional again by Wednesday.

As an interim measure, you can still identify what titles we hold using our OCLC “WorldCat” Catalog link ( ).  But you will need to see a staff member to identify our local call numbers.  Please stop by the Library Services Desk for assistance.

Chicago Manual of Style Online

The library has a trial to the Chicago Manual of Style Online through the end of January 2013. You can access it under Reference Tools in the Digital Collections tab of our homepage.

The Chicago Manual of Style Online includes the content of the 16th and 15th editions of the print work, as well as extras such as the Chicago Style Q&A, Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide, and a Tools section featuring guidelines for manuscript preparation, a list of proofreaders’ marks, and more.

We welcome your feedback and invite you to try out this convenient online resource for yourself!

Fall Library Newsletter Online!


The Fall 2012 Library Newsletter is now available in our Digital Repository!

SciFinder Scholar (Chemical Abstracts)

The Library is very pleased to announce that we now have  a subscription to  SciFinder Scholar, the premiere index to chemical literature.  Access is web-based and has no limit on number of simultaneous users.

All new users must first visit this page to create an individual account using a valid Trinity e-mail address. Once registered, sign in at .

Questions may be directed to Jennifer van Sickle (x2250).

Proquest outage

Proquest is experiencing temporary service interruptions. We apologize for this inconvenience and assure you that Proquest is working on this top priority to restore service as soon as possible.

Ebsco Outages

EBSCO is experiencing temporary service interruptions for EBSCOhost databases.  We apologize for this inconvenience and assure you that EBSCO is working on this top priority to restore service as soon as possible.

Outage planned for Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis Online will be undergoing maintenance on Wednesday, February 22nd between 1pm and 5pm. The platform will be unavailable for one hour from 1pm, and may be unavailable for a further three hours during the scheduled maintenance window.

New Additions to Online Collections

We are pleased to announce the following new additions to the library’s online collections:

  • BioOne.2
  • Films on Demand streaming video.  Register while on campus and you may access the films from anywhere!
  • Royal Society of Chemistry journals
  • Springer e-books (2012 imprint)
  • Taylor & Francis Social Science & Humanities collection (1997-present). Please use the ‘Find a Journal…’ search box to check for specific titles.
  • Times (London) Archive and the Times Literary Supplement Archive extended through 2006.
  • University of Chicago journals (via JSTOR’s Current Scholarship Program)

Please contact Jennifer van Sickle for additional information on these resources.

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