Business products on trial - Business Monitor Online (trial extended) & Corporate Retriever (new trial)
The trial for Business Monitor Online has been extended to March 31, 2005. In addition, a trial has been set up for the Corporate Retriever offered by MicroMedia/ProQuest. Click here to find more information about all e-resources currently on trial.
In 1998 Routledge published the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, which is held in MILLS Reference (Call No.: B 51 .R68 1998 v.1-v.10). The first multi-volume Encyclopedia to be published in the discipline in over thirty years, REP is now regarded as the definitive resource in the field. The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy editorial team then began work on a fully searchable and extensively cross-referenced dynamic Web version, the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online .
REP Online expands this acclaimed Encyclopedia well beyond print reference boundaries. The full content of the classic 10-volume set remains at its core, but REP Online is also a living, growing resource designed to grow along with the discipline itself. Taking full advantage of the flexibility of the Web format, each year the REP editorial team brings a diverse range of new material, including newly commissioned entries by leading scholars, making REP Online the essential philosophy reference for faculty and students in a wide range of disciplines.
As well as regular additions of new articles, REP Online also provides editorially reviewed links to other sites and resources on the web, revisions and updates of key entries, and periodic upgrades of the user environment. In keeping with the 1998 print set's tradition of first class editorial work and unparalleled breadth of subject matter, all new and revised entries are carefully integrated into the REP style and format and are connected to earlier material by the same kind and level of cross-referencing.
The print journal Contemporary Psychology has been replaced by an online version entitled PsycCRITIQUES which is now available through the library.
Each week PsycCRITIQUES releases 15 or more reviews of current books and films. In addition, the database contains book reviews previously published back to 1995.
The Library has made a proposal to the University Planning Committee to create a Knowledge Commons (working title) in the Mills Library.
If fully realized the Commons would become an integrated learning facility with up to 200 wired computers, wireless access for up to 120 simultaneous users, 6 collaborative study rooms and 79 lounge seats.
The Concept and Feasibility Study, artists' drawings and proposed floor plans are available on the Knowledge Commons web page.
A working group has been established to explore what kinds of services might be offered in the Knowledge Commons environment-and how those services would be provided.
Got an idea? We'd like to hear it.
Please contact: Barbara McDonald,
Chair, Service Model Working Group
or drop by: Mills Library L212
The Library is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Department of Economics and the Faculty of Business to purchase the complete backfile for the Elsevier suite of Economics, Econometrics and Finance journals.
This one-time purchase was funded with Library Acquisitions funds designated for both Economics and Business.
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This will affect journals published by deGruyter,
The Library is pleased to announce it has purchased an additional backfile for all Elsevier journals. WIth this acquisition, McMaster students and faculty now have access to a full 10-years (1995 to present) of Elsevier journals online.
This one-time purchase has been funded largely as a result of the lower cost of US subscription renewals due to the current strength of the Canadian dollar, and not at the expense of other library acquisitions.
For more information, please contact: Charlotte Stewart, Associate University Librarian, Collection Resources at extension 24737 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism has been suspended temporarily. The database is searchable, but users are not permitted to view full-text articles. A notice will be posted once access has been restored.
Access has been restored (1/12/05)