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Several publishers are taking advantage of vacation time to carry out maintenance work and platform updates. The following affect our e-resources this weekend:
Annual Reviews. On Friday June 24 – Saturday June 25 between 11:00pm and 3:00am (BST), Annual Reviews have planned routine maintenance to their website. Website content may be unavailable during this time.
BioOne. On Friday June 24 – Saturday June 25 between 11:00pm and 3:00am (BST), BioOne have planned routine maintenance to their website. BioOne content and service will be unavailable during this time.
Cambridge Journals Online (CJO), Cambridge Books Online (CBO), Cambridge Histories Online (CHO) Cambridge Companions Online (CCO), Shakespeare Survey Online (SSO) and University Publishing Online (UPO), will be unavailable on Sunday 26th June 2016 for 4 hours between 09:00 AM BST and 13:00 BST due to essential maintenance.
Taylor & Francis. On Friday June 24 – Saturday June 25 between 11:00pm and 3:00am (BST), Taylor & Francis have planned routine maintenance to their websites Taylor&Francis Online (Journals) and Taylor & Francis eBooks. Taylor&Francis Online will be unavailable during this time.
Cambridge University Press apologise for the inconvenience of this downtime and have advised that it is due to essential maintenance work ahead of the migration of content held on the above platforms to their new integrated platform branded Cambridge Core and scheduled for release mid 2016. See http://librarians.cambridgecore.org/watch-the-cambridge-core-video/ for an introduction to Cambridge Core.
These new purchases now bring us fully up to date with all Oxford Handbooks Online content until the end of 2016. Title lists for the entire collection or subject specific title lists are available at http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/page/title-lists
Basic records for each e-book have been added to DiscoverEd, these will be overwritten with fuller records. Additional titles will be added throughout 2016 as further titles are published.