Fuller Library is migrating the bulk of our electronic resources today. If you receive an error message, this is most likely why. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your patience!
If you are still seeing a “purchase” message or pop-up, please delete your browser and cookie history. If you have any more questions, please email email@example.com. Thank you for your patience!
Fuller Library is looking for 5 – 6 individuals to form the Library Digital Resources Peer Group. This informal group will work closely with the Head of Electronic Services in the procurement of new electronic resources for the David Allan Hubbard Library. The group will “meet” 3 times a year, the first usually being one week after the quarter begins. The initial meeting is to receive a list of resources to peruse and try out on your own time, with a deadline of submitting feedback being two weeks before finals.
We need people from the following areas / groups: SOP, SIS, SOT, Korean / Spanish speakers, on-campus groups, students, faculty, and staff. Alumni may be added in the future, depending on if we can locate eResources that allow for outside current status.
Our EZ Proxy server has been fixed and you should be able to access our eResources now. Thank you for your patience and a huge thank you to IT!
**UPDATE** EBSCO’s eBooks download issues have been resolved. If you do continue to experience problems with eBooks, or if you have any questions, you may e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
EBSCO, one of our major eBook providers, is currently experiencing server issues causing the download functionality of all their eBook collections to fail.
While eBooks can still be accessible and read online, the process of downloading offline using Adobe Digital Editions breaks down.
EBSCO’s technical support team is working to resolve the situation asap, and we will provide regular updates. Thank you so much for your patience!
The Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Digital Loeb Classical Library. Recently digitized by Harvard University Press, the database provides access to more than 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts in a modern interface that allows readers to browse, search, annotate, bookmark and share content (www.hup.harvard.edu).
Your feedback is valuable to us!
Please visit the trial databases page for more information and share your comments: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/loeb.
Fuller Libraries are pleased to announce a new subscription to Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) databases: eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology, both published and maintained by Yale University.
This is a yearly subscription, subject to renewal every year. For questions, comments, and suggestions please email us at: email@example.com
The Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate two online Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) databases: eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology, both published and maintained by Yale University.
Your feedback is valuable to us! Please visit the trial databases page for more information and to leave your comments: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/trials/hraf
This generous trial offers access to full text reference books providing overviews and in-depth analyses of a variety of subfields within psychology.
The Fuller community is invited to explore and evaluate Psychotherapy.net, a database of streaming videos covering the fundamentals of psychotherapy, counseling, and addiction treatment.
You can search and explore the videos by approach, issues, population, and experts.
Your feedback is valuable to us!
Please visit the trial databases page for more information: http://infoguides.fuller.edu/trials/Psychotherapy