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1 Mahendra Prasad Adhikari E-resources available in Nepal & Registration Process PERii e-resources and other resources, searching and Downloading techniquesMahendra Prasad AdhikariLibrary Consultant,
2 Objectives of the Programme TUCLObjectives of the ProgrammeTo provide informatione-resources available in Nepalabout e-resources available at TUCLregarding registration process for access PERI and other e-resources.about important website of e-journals and e-booksTo improve information literacy skill.Tribhuvan University have different collections and sections, General, Reference, Textbook, Nepal Collection, Rare , American Studies, Japanese Studies, Periodicals, United Nations Collections2
3 E-resourcesInternet and its most used component WWW has turned into a biggest source of information with widest coverage and the fastest access. It is the most powerful tool for global communication and exchange of information.The World Wide Web can be a great place to accomplish research on many topics but finding quality web materials and using them to your advantage in your writing can be challenging.
4 Definition of e-resources Term used to describe all of the information products that a library provides through a computer network. This includes electronic books and journals, bibliographic databases, and library website pages.
7 You have access to the following online resources in 2012 Journals, databases and mixed packagesAmerican Institute of Physics and Acoustic Society of America (More info...)Annual Reviews (More info...)Cambridge University Press - Cambridge Journals Online (More info...)Geological Society (More info...)Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers (More info...)NPG (Nature and Palgrave Macmillan Journals) (as subscribed) (More info...)OSA - Optical Society of America (More info...)Oxford University Press - Oxford Journals (More info...)Policy Press (More info...)Project MUSE (More info...) (Paid up NELIC members only so INASP will not promote this resource)Royal Society - Royal Society Journals Online (More info...)Symposium Journals (More info...)University of Chicago Press (More info...)
8 The following online resources are only available to institutions with fixed IP addresses Annual ReviewsGeological SocietyNPG - NatureNPG - Palgrave Macmillan JournalsSymposium JournalsUniversity of Chicago PressYou can find information about the online resources by going to
9 List of resources in Nepal under PERii Acoustical Society of America (ASA)American Institute of PhysicsAnnual ReviewsCambridge Online JournalsGeological SocietyMary Ann Liebert, Inc.NPG-Palgrave Macmillan JournalsOSA – Optical Society of AmericaOxford University Press E-journalsPolicy Press JournalsRoyal Society Symposium JournalsUniversity of Chicago Press9
10 1. Acoustical Society of America (ASA) http://scitation.aip.org/JASA General Linear AcousticsNonlinear AcousticsAtmospheric Acoustics and AeroacousticsUnderwater SoundUltrasonics and Physical AcousticsTransduction, Acoustical Measurements, Instrumentation, Applied AcousticsStructural Acoustics and VibrationNoise: Effects and ControlArchitectural AcousticsAcoustic Signal Processing10
12 2. African Journals Online (AJOL) Abstracts of over 250 African-published journals, with access to some full text online, and a document delivery service.Subject strengths AJOL offers the tables of contents and abstracts from journals published in Africa in most disciplines.12
13 3. American Institute of Physics http://www.aip.org/pubs/ Subject Strengths Applied and multidisciplinary physics13
15 5. Beech Tree Publishing http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/beech Subject StrengthsPublic policy for science and technologyResearch evaluation15
16 6. Geological Society http://www.lyellcollection.org/ The Lyell Collection is an electronic collection of new and archival journal, Special Publication and book content, published by the Geological Society of London. It contains key peer-reviewed Earth science literature of the highest qualitySubject StrengthsGeologyEarth Sciences16
17 7. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. http://www.liebertonline.com/ 64 authoritative publications in the most promising areas of biotechnology, biomedical research/life sciences, clinical medicine and surgery, alternative and complementary medicine, law, philanthropy, environmental science and sustainability.Subject StrengthsBiotechnologyBiomedical research/life sciencesClinical medicine and surgeryLaw17
20 Business and management Economics Education 9. NPG-Palgrave Macmillan JournalsSubject StrengthsBusiness and managementEconomicsEducationInformation systems and technologyPolitical science and international studiesSocial and cultural studies20
21 10. OSA – Optical Society of America http://www.opticsinfobase.org/ 15 Optics and photonics journals published by OSA and selected OSA meeting content.Subject Strengths The Optical Society of America brings together optics and photonics scientists, engineers, educators, technicians and business leaders.21
22 11. Oxford Journals (OUP) http://www.oxfordjournals.org/ Over 200 leading titles in science, technology, medicine, humanities and social sciences.Resource Name Oxford Journals Collection for Developing CountriesSubject StrengthsBiological SciencesMedicinePublic Health and EpidemiologyHumanitiesSocial SciencesLawEconomics, Business, and FinanceMathematics, Statistics, Computing and Physics22
24 13. Royal Society http://www.royalsocietypublishing.org/journals Seven leading international journals from the Royal Society, the UK's national academy of science. Titles cover the whole of the biological and physical sciences, and include Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, the longest-running continuously published journal in the world.Subject StrengthsMathematics, engineering and other physical sciencesAll biological sciences; particularly good on ecology, environmentMultidisciplinary and interdisciplinary science24
26 15. University of Chicago Press www.journals.uchicago.edu The Journals Division publishes journals and serials in a wide range of disciplines, including several journals that were the first scholarly publications in their respective fields.Subject StrengthsEconomicsEducationHumanitiesLawLife SciencesMedical SciencesSocial Sciences26
27 Other E-Resources available in Nepal 1.OARE (Online Access to Research Environment)2. JSTOR (paid)4. Openj-gate:6947 Open Access Journals (4003 Peer-Reviewed)5. Online Book Page e-books27
28 DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) URL:Head Office,Lund University Libraries, Lund, Sweden.This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals.There are now 5109 journals in the directory.Currently 2103 journals are searchable at article level.As of today articles are included in the DOAJ service.28
29 OARE (Online Access to Research Environment) http://www. oaresciences OARE, an international public-private consortium coordinated by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Yale University, and leading science and technology publishers enables developing countries to gain access to one of the world’s largest collections of environmental science research, Launched in October 200629
30 Subject strength on OARE Research is provided in a wide range of disciplines, includingBiology;Biotechnology,Genetics & Genetically Modified Species;Botany & Plant Biodiversity;Climatology,Climate Change & Meteorology;Ecology & Wildlife Conservation;Energy Conservation & Renewable Energy;Environmental Chemistry;Environmental & Natural Resource Economics;Environmental Engineering;30
32 You have to ensure that you log in in order to access full-text articles.
33 This will take you to the Journals page This will take you to the Journals page. There are a number of databases and bibliographic indexes, accessible from the list on the right hand side of the website.
34 To access the search engines go the Databases and Article searching section.
35 JSTOR( www.jstor.org) (?) JSTOR was founded in 1995 to build trusted digital archives for scholarship. Today, we work with the scholarly community to preserve their work and the materials they rely upon, and to build a common research platform that promotes the discovery and use of these resources.JSTOR (Short for Journal Storage) is a United States-based online system for archiving academic journals, founded in It provides full-text searches of digitized back issues of several hundred well-known journals, dating back to 1665 in the case of the Philosophical Transactions.35
36 Asia Journals Online (AsiaJol) http://www.asiajol.info AsiaJOL is a portal to scholarly journals published in Bangladesh, Nepal, The Philippines, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia. You can search for information from all the countries by using the search box below or search a single country by clicking on its flag.36
37 Asia Journals Online Currently five Asian Journals Online databases: VJOL (Vietnam)NepJOL (Nepal)BanglaJOL (Bangladesh)PhilJOL (The Philippines)SLJOL (Sri Lanka)
38 Nepal Journals Online (NepJOL) www.nepjol.info NepJOL is a service to provide access to Nepalese published research, and increase worldwide knowledge of indigenous scholarship.38
39 NepJOL Launched in 2007 Currently 70 journals across world wide spread of subjectsOnline support community for editorsKey challenges:Power supplyPolitical instabilityStaff changes
40 www.nepjol.info 70 journals listed on NepJOL. 351 Tables of Contents listing 5096 articles.4407 of the articles are available in full text (PDF).
41 Bangladesh Journals Online http://www.banglajol.info/ There are 83 journals with583 Tables of Contents listing 8018 articles.7156 of the articles are available in full text (PDF).41
42 Sri Lanka Journals Online http://www.sljol.info/ There are 41 journals listed on SLJOL. There are 349 Tables of Contents listing 3493 articles.3338 of the articles are available in full text (PDF).42
43 Philippine Journals Online(PhilJOL) PhilJOL http://philjol.org/ There are 43 journals listed on PhilJOL.There are 169 Tables of Contents listing 1588 articles.1260 of the articles are available in full text (PDF).43
44 Vietnam Journals Online (VJOL) There are 29 journals listed on PhilJOL. There are Tables of Contents listing 3612 articles of the articles are available in full text (PDF).44
45 Indonesian Journals Online (IJO) http://www.ijonline.net Indonesian Journals Online (IJO) (started)
46 List of Resources: Subject Specific Subject specific online resources that are open access so available to all researchers and subject specific online resources that are freely available to researchers in developing and emerging countries.AgricultureBiology & Life ScienceChemistryEarth SciencesEducationEngineering & TechnologyEnvironmentHumanitiesInformation & Communication Technologies (ICTs)Library and Information ScienceMathematics & StatisticsMedicine & Health SciencesPhysicsScience GeneralSocial Sciences46
47 List of Resources: Multi - disciplinary e-resources that are freely available to researchers in developing and emerging countriesAfrican Journals OnLine (AJOL) African Studies Repository AsiaJOL Bangladesh Journals OnLine (BanglaJOL) Bioline International BUBL Information Service Cooperative African Newspapers Project DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Eldis Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) Electronic Journals LibraryElectronic Supply of Publications (ESAP) FAO FreeForAll Google Scholar HighWire Press InformationR.net International Portal on Food Safety, Animal and Plant Health (IPFSAPH) IMARK National Academies Press Nepal Journals OnLine (NepJOL) OECD Working Papers47
48 Contd…Online Books Open J-Gate Open Science Directory Opentextbook.org Philippines Journals OnLine (PhilJOL) Pinakes: A Subject Launchpad Portal LivRe! Project Gutenberg Reseau Electronique francophone (REFER) Scholarly Publishing and Academic ResourcesCoalition (SPARC) Scientific Commons Sri Lanka Journals Online (SLJOL) Survey of Scientific and Technological Information Needs in Less-Developed and Developing Countries Textbook Revolution UNESCO Vietnam Journals OnLine (VJOL) Virginia Tech Electronic Library World Newspaper Archive48
49 Registration process for access PERii e-resources
50 Eligible institutions University departmentsUniversity librariesNon-profit research institutions and centers, higher education institutions,colleges, Polytechnics, teaching hospitals,professionals training schools and institutes,local regional and national NGOsIndigenous Civil Society Organizationsparliamentary libraries and govt. ministries, offices and agencies.50
51 Registration process for access PERii e-resources TUCLRegistration process for access PERii e-resourcesPERii is the second five-year phase of INASP’s Programme for the Enhancement of Research Information.Identify ResourcesUse the country finder on the top right of the pageSelect your countryClick each resource for subject and service featuresFollow the link under the heading “Registration” for information on how to apply to join PERii and register for resources.51
52 Gather information for an application To use PERii resources, you need to apply to join PERii. The following Information Required• Institution name• Address• Town/City• Post code• Institution’s telephone number• Institution’s fax number• Institution’s address• Type of institution• Research priorities• Institution’s web site• IP address range• Contact’s family name• Contact’s first name (s)• Contact’s job title• Contract’s• Unique publishers number (Required for some publishers, you will seeinstructions on how to obtain this as you register with each resource)
53 IP Address Benefits of using an IP address Institutions are encouraged to include fixed, external IP addresses (ranges) in their application.researchers do not need to have a passwordUsage statistics are recorded for your institutionGreater security (no misuse of user names and passwords)Direct recognition of institutional networksPreferred by publishers. Some publishers only allow access by IP addressDo not provide INTERNAL IP addresses
54 Contd… IP addresses within the following ranges will not be accepted: If your institution does not have a fixed IP address, you will still be able to register.Write “Username/password access requested” in the IP field on your application form. Your country coordinator may contact you to request you to complete agreements concerning the security of your user names and passwords.
55 Fill in the online application form TUCLFill in the online application formSteps:• Go to• Click on the link to add your institution• Select your country• Check the list• If your institution is not there, select to Add your institution• Complete the information requestedEnter your fixed, external IP address. If necessary, ask your IT department for the external IP address• Submit the form• Confirm the details• Wait for a message from your country coordinator saying you can proceed to register• Please be VERY careful to apply only once• When you submit this information, it is automatically sent to the country coordinator for your country so that s/he can verify your institution is eligible for access (all educational and not-for-profit institutes should be eligible for access).55
56 To contact your country coordinator TUCLNextYou will immediately get an automated message with the subject line “PERI registration”.Save this as it gives the information you have submitted as well as your country coordinator’s detailsThe country coordinator will review your application and may contact you about itWithin 10 days you should get an automated message with the subject line “PERI registration accepted”If you do not get this, contact your country coordinatorTo contact your country coordinatorGo toUse the country finder on the top right of the pageSelect <your country>Scroll to the end of the page for the country coordinator details 56
57 Register for resources Once your application has been approved, you will receive an automated message with the subject line “PERI registration accepted”Go toClick on the name of your countryThis page lists all resources you could use during the current yearYou must register with each publisher in order to gain access to each resourceClick on the name of the publisher with which you wish to registerCheck that the information provided is correctIf necessary, update your informationClicking on the Submit button during registration automatically sends your registration details to the publisher concerned.Each publisher will contact you to provide details allowing you to gain access to their resourceAllow 10 days for the publisher to respond
58 E-resources under eIFL.net BioOneCambridge Journals OnlineProjectMUSEJSTOR
59 BioOneIt offers access to over 150 high-impact bioscience research journals from more than 110 publishers.It features timely content on a wide-array of today’s most pressing topics, including global warming, stem cell research, and ecological and biodiversity conservation.
60 Cambridge Journal Online Subject coverageCambridge Journals Online covers a broad range of subjects across the Humanities, Social Sciences and Science. Key areas include: Applied Science; Environment and Conservation; Agriculture; Neuroscience and Biomedicine; History; Area Studies; Language and Linguistics; and Political Science and International RelationsInstitutions in the countries above: if you are interested in gaining access to Cambridge Journals Online, please contact your EIFL-Licensing Coordinator.
61 Contd…Key featuresThe Complete Collection offers over 260 online journals, including back files.Smaller subject-focused packages are also available:Humanities and Social Sciences Collection – 165 journalsScience, Technology and Medicine Collection – 118 journalsScience and Technology Collection – 100 journalsMedicine and Veterinary Collection – 48 journals28 new journals are available in 2011.
62 ProjectMUSE http://muse.jhu.edu Project MUSE is a unique collaboration between libraries and publishers, providing 100% full-text, affordable and user-friendly online access to a comprehensive selection of prestigious humanities and social sciences journals.MUSE's online journal collections support a diverse array of research needs at academic, public, special and school libraries worldwide.Journals are heavily indexed and peer-reviewed, with critically acclaimed articles by the most respected scholars in their fields. MUSE is also the sole source of complete, full-text versions of titles from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies. Currently, MUSE provides full-text access to current content from over 400 titles representing nearly 100 not-for-profit publishers.
63 JSTORJSTOR is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the scholarly community discover, use, and build upon a wide range of intellectual content in a trusted digital archive.An archive of over 1000 leading academic journals across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, as well as select monographs and other materials valuable for academic work.Online archive of high-quality, interdisciplinary content to support scholarship and teaching.
64 Subject Strengths Economics History Political Science Language & LiteratureArt & Art HistoryMusicMathematics & StatisticsEducation
65 Open Access and Free Directoy of Open Access Resources Open Access JournalsDirectory of Open Acess Journals (www.doaj.org)Asian Journal Online (www.asiajol.info)African Journal Online(www.ajol.info)Open Access Books (www.doabooks.org)
66 Some other important Websites: Vu find - new portol for database access from different (it should be add) we can search from one interface.Catalogue of Internet ResourcesLibrary ThingA home for your books.Enter what you’re reading or your whole library. It’s an easy, library-quality catalog.A community of 1,200,000 book lovers.World Digital Library3/25/201766
67 Some other important Websites: Providing links to the world's electronic journals:Free E-books350 e-booksProject Gutenberg offers over 40,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.We carry high quality ebooks: All our ebooks were previously published by bona fide publishers. We digitized and diligently proofread them with the help of thousands of volunteers.
68 General lists of Open Access Journals Directory of Open Access JournalsElectronic Journals LibraryJournal InfoSearchPigeon - a search engine for English-language OA journals in the humanities and the social sciences.Read more:
69 Journals with Free Online Full-text Articles: Directory of Open Access Journals - always freeHighwire Press Journals - science journals free after a timeFree Full-Text Journals in Chemistry - journals with permanent and temporary free access to full text of papersElektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek EZB (Electronic Journals Library) [in English] [in German] - access status for many journals and universities
70 E-Resources- at a glance: E-Journals Journals published in electronic format, often available on the Internet.Directory of Open Access JournalsThere are now 5905 journals in the directory. Currently 2456 journals are searchable at article level. As of today articles are included in the DOAJ service.FreeFullText.comIt provides direct links to over 7000 scholarly periodicals which allow some or all of their online content to be viewed by ANYONE with Internet access for freeOpenj-Gate.comIt is an electronic gateway to global journal literature in open access domain. Launched in 2006, Open J-Gate is the contribution of Informatics (India) Ltd to promote OAI. Open J-Gate provides seamless access to millions of journal articles available online.
71 E-journals Public Library of Science: http://www.plos.org/index.php PLoS is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.BioMed Central:It is a Publisher of more than 160 peer-reviewed open access journals.Unesco Social And Human Sciences Documentation Centre:Free access to specialized articles from around 700 periodicals in social and human sciences
72 E-journalsIndian Academy of Sciences :The Academy, founded in 1934, aims at promoting the progress and upholding the cause of science in pure and applied branches. The Academy's journals are 'open access' and full text is available as PDF files on each journal's website. See the Publications page for links to the journals and other Academy publications.Journal of Digital Information:First publishing papers in 1997, the Journal of Digital Information is an electronic-only, peer-reviewed journal covering the broad topics related to digital libraries, hypertext and hypermedia systems, and the issues of digital information.
73 E-journalsFree Medical Journals:Over the next few years, many important medical journals will be available online, free and in full-text. The unrestricted access to scientific knowledge will have a major impact on medical practice. The Free Medical Journals Site was created to promote the free availability of full text medical journals on the Internet.Strategian:The Strategic Guide to Quality Information in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics, and Psychology
74 E-Resources-at a glance: E-Books Bartleby.comProvides the best works of fiction from a wide range of classic authors; general reference works like encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations, verses etcThe Online Book PageThe Online Book Page by University of Pennsylvania Library has about e-books on different subjects.MIT OpenCourseWareIt is a site for 500 course materials available on the Internet, for free download
75 E-Books Read Print site http://www.readprint.com/ It is very useful for historians and lovers of literature, as this site contains mainly the classics. It offers thousands of free books for students, teachers, and the classic enthusiast.Free BooksA site which provides comprehensive web links on Best free Digital Libraries – Australia; Best free Digital Libraries – World; Other Free Australian Books; Other Free Book Sites/Pages in English; World - Other Languages, Regional and National; Individual Topics/Miscellaneous; Sacred Texts & Religion.
76 E-Resources in public domain at a glance Subject Gateways Bubl Information ServicesBUBL is a UK-based interactive information service which provides links to over 12,000 internet resources in a wide range of subject areas. Initially designed as a resource for librarians, it includes a directory of UK organisations and institutions, job postings, usergroup links, surveys and comprehensive archives. BUBL provides links to current editions of all major UK newspapers, as well as abstracts and selected full text from over 200 journals.E-Print networkProvides access to electronic preprints available from diverse sites. It is a searchable gateway to preprint servers that deal with scientific and technical disciplines.
77 More information regarding e-resources How to create website (Edudate yourself)(Discover yourself)What is Delicious?Delicious is the place to collect and showcase from across the web. Save what you like - videos, pictures, tweets, blog posts, or articles - on topics you enjoy and search through others’ collections of links to discover cool stuff!(Free Electronic library)elibrary.worldbank.org/ (Worldbank Elibrary home)elibrary.worldbank.org/ (World Digital Library Home)worldlibrary.net/ (World Public Library)(the future of libraries in digital age)
78 List of websites for general information Nepal Administrative Staff College (NASC)T. U. Office of the Controller of ExaminationsKathmandu UniversityPokhara UniversityPurbanchal UniversityHealthNet NepalNepal Medical CollegeKathmandu Medical College Teaching HospitalB.P. Koirala Institute of Health SciencesThe American LibraryDilliraman-Kalyani Regi Memorial LibraryThe International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NARC)Nepal Academy of Science and TechnologyGovernment of NepalNepal Tourism BoardNepal Yellow PagesDirectory of Nepali WebsitesFor Basic Search Techniques
79 Contd…Library Management and Information Service Center (www.geocities.com/limisec)Nepal National Library (www.natlib.gov.np)Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya (www.mpp.org.np)Siddhartha University (www.siddharthauniversity.org.np)Education laws of Nepal (www.educationlaw.gov.np)
80 List of Search Engines www.duckduckgo.com www.about.com www.ask.com AltavistaLycosAllthewebMSNDogpile
81 File formats A few of the more common file formats are: Word documents (.doc)Web text pages (.htm or .html)Web page images (.gif and .jpg)Adobe Postcript files (.ps)Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf)Executable programs (.exe)Multimedia files (.mp3 and others)
83 Information SkillsInternet search engines, these databases contain carefully catalogued information, and you can exploit this to improve your searching skills.Plan Your SearchBefore you even go near the Internet, spend some time thinking about exactly what information you need.Start by jotting down words or phrases as they come to mind, as this may help to define exactly what information you need. As your ideas become clearer, try to write a single sentence or search statement which exactly describes what you need to know.A good technique to help you do this it is to underline the keyword or ideas in the sentence
84 Searching skillsOnce you have your list of key words or ideas you will need to make sure that you have all the possible alternative words that could be used to describe your list of ideas. For example, there are several alternative terms for effective (e.g. competent, productive, proficient, capable) and even the internet can be referred to in several different ways (e.g. internet, net, www, world-wide-web). To make sure that you cover all the possibilities you need to take into account:SynonymsPluralsPhrasesAbbreviationsAcronymsVariations in spelling (e.g. organisation and organization between UK and US English)
85 Quick search Steps: Click on quick search Use the quick features as a search all fieldsEnter search terms (subject, keyword, title)Results are displayed search terms highlightedAllows the use Boolean operators AND, OR and NOT to boarder and narrow the search as well as use of quotation mark (“ ”)
86 email@example.com Phone: 4330834-27 INASP Cascading Workshop: Electronic Journals and Electronic Resources Library Management: Workshop IntroductionIf you have any problem to access PERii and other e-resources on your subjectWelcome to the workshopIntroduce yourself and give some basic background information on:What you doWhere you workYour professional interests and activitiesPlease contact us: Tribhuvan University Central Library Information Literacy UnitPhone:86Copyright INASP – see: for more details Last updated 25/03/2017 Page 86