Library From the Library homepage click here for basic information about: Library Hours Training Sessions Your EUI ID Card Library Catalogue My Library Account Library Collections Borrowing / Renewals Electronic Resources InterLibrary Loan Photocopying, Printing & Scanning Using Computers in the Library Library Rules 3 Information for New Users
Library Information Specialists: Economics - Thomas Bourke European Union - Evangelia Koundouraki History & Civilization - Serge Noiret Law - Machteld Nijsten Political & Social Sciences - Peter Kennealy Information for New Users 4 + Information Specialists are available to help users needing assistance with in-depth research questions or with using the Library's special collections.
Library Locating E-Resources at the EUI: Where to begin? 6 + Electronic Resources Library Catalogue Research Guides
Library E-Resources at the EUI: Language Coverage The EUI Library strives to provide access to e-resources in English as well as many other European languages. Some of the databases with content in languages other than English are: 7 +
Library Locating E-Resources: EUI Library Catalogue 8 Limit search to Electronic Resources or Electronic Journals The Catalogue includes entries for all the Library’s print materials, as well as all databases and electronic collections. The Catalogue includes entries and links to our e-journals and e-books. Journal articles are not indexed in the Catalogue.
Library 9 Locating E-Resources: Catalogue Search: Databases If you know the title of the database you want to use, a Title search in the Library Catalogue is the quickest way to access it.
Library Locating E-Resources: Catalogue Search: Journals 11 + print journal electronic journal Print and electronic journals are usually presented in separate records in the EUI Library Catalogue. The years available for a journal may be different for print and electronic – check both records for full holdings.
Library Locating E-Resources: Catalogue record details: E-books 13 electronic book print book
Library E-Resources at the EUI: Electronic Resources homepage 14 +
Library Locating E-Resources: Electronic Journals 17 Browse by TITLE Search by TITLE or ISSN + Use the E-Journals List to browse or search for individual journal titles. Create email alerts in JournalTOCs for your favorite journals. JournalTOCs: create email alerts
Library Locating E-Resources: Electronic Journals List: example 18 Full-text: 1997 to present Full-text: 1997 to 2001 +
Library Locating E-Resources: E-books 20 + E-Books page gives quick access to: the most-used e- book collections restrictions of use lists of individual e-book titles in the Library Catalogue Restrictions of Use Titles in Catalogue
Library Locating E-Resources: E-Book Providers and Collections 21 +
Library Locating E-Resources: E-Statistics 22 The Data Portal lists all the major statistical databases. Detailed descriptions and access instructions are also included.
Library E-Resources information available in the EUI Library Research Guides: Lists of discipline-specific E-Journals and Databases How-to Guides for individual databases Pointers to highly-specialized Internet resources Research Data Services Information on licensed and open data sources Library support for use of research data Locating E-Resources: Research Guides 23 + Links to the Library’s Research Guides are available on the Library homepage as well as in the right navigation menu.
Library E-Resources Tools: Find Articles (and more) 25 * Bibliographical Databases include items not listed in the Catalogue, such as: Journal articles, Book reviews, Dissertations, Conference proceedings. Bibliographical Databases usually do not have full-text. Many have enabled EUI LINKS, the Linking to Full-Text service
Library E-Resources Tools: Linking to Full-text with EUI LINKS 26 * The button in bibliographic (article) databases will offer links to full-text, when available from the EUI Library. Article citation I found an article citation in a database … now how do I link to the full-text? Bibliographic database or “Full-text @ EUI Library” Full-text article
Library E-Resources Tools: Linking to Full-text: Google Scholar example 27 “Full-text@EUI Library” link goes to the EUI LINKS service To see EUI LINKS in Google Scholar from off-campus you must add “European University Institute” to Library Links in the Google Scholar Settings. Full-text@EUI Library link appears automatically in Google Scholar from on-campus computers.
Library Find information about: On-campus access Off-campus (remote) access via proxy and VPN Using Computers in the Library Network connections (WiFi) 28 Accessing E-Resources
Library Accessing E-Resources: Off-Campus Access example 29 Whether you are at home or traveling abroad on mission you can access e- resources via the secure proxy. Your 14-digit Library Code is noted on your EUI ID Card. Enter your Surname as it is listed on your on your EUI ID Card.
Library Accessing E-Resources: Terms & Conditions of Use 31 Users may not: Share logins or passwords Systematically download, distribute or save substantial portions of content, such as: Continuously download tables of contents, search results, citations or output Download entire issues or volumes of an e-journal, an entire e-book or database Use robots or any automated program to download content Use the licensed content from for commercial purposes Modify or create a derivative work based on licensed content without permission In case of doubt or if you have a need for extensive content from a licensed resource, contact Library staff prior to use.
Library 33 Accessing E-Resources: Examples of E-Book Restrictions Limits & Restrictions Cambridge Books Online EBL Ebook Library Oxford Scholarship 100 titles336 titles5,743 titles PRINTING:1 chapter or 20% of a book in 4 week period Up to 20% of a book (database tracks the number of pages printed by each user) Up to one (1) chapter or up to 5% of text of a book SAVING / COPYING: Copy one (1) chapter per book or 5% of total collection Copy up to 5% of text of book (database tracks the number of pages copied by user) Save up to one (1) chapter or up to 5% of text of a book ACCESS:Login only required when off-campus (remote) Login required at all times, both on and off campus (remote) Login only required when off-campus (remote)
Library Accessing E-Resources: Reporting Access Problems 34 * Submit an online Problem Report Form to notify the Library staff about: Problems accessing the Library’s electronic resources, whether from on-campus or from home Downloading or printing problems with Library’s electronic resources Broken links in the Catalogue Provide enough detailed information so that the Library staff can replicate the problem, including: Full citation of article you are unable to access URL of page not working Any error messages received Use the Library’s Problem Report Form, not the EUI HelpDesk, to report problems with Library resources. Links to Problem Form: * Catalogue footer * E-Resources page
Library Keeping current on E-Resources Library Training Sessions and Tours –Training sessions on specific databases and research topics – new courses are continually being added –Users may request training sessions on topics not covered by the current schedule Library Blog and Twitter @EUILib –Announcements of new databases and resources of interest to the EUI community E-Resources Focus –Weekly highlights of electronic resources of interest to EUI users 35
Library Thank you for your attention. Are there any questions? 36 +