Author Archives: eresources

About eresources

The E-Resources team at the University of Edinburgh.

New e-journal – Journal of the American Society of Nephrology

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We now have access to the current content of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.

JASN publishes highly competitive original manuscripts, brief reviews, and special articles in areas of basic and clinical science relevant to the broad discipline of nephrology. Topics include but are not limited to cell biology; developmental biology; genetics; cell and transport physiology; hemodynamics and vascular regulation; immunology and pathology; pathophysiology of renal disease and progression; mineral metabolism and bone disease; clinical nephrology, epidemiology and outcomes; dialysis; and transplantation. ASN publishes JASN monthly with an additional Renal Week abstract issue in October. It has an ISI impact factor of 8.98.

This journal is now listed on our E-Journals AZ as well as DiscoverEd.

New E-Resource – Jutastat

Following a successful trial earlier this year, we now subscribe to Justastat. Content in Jutastat includes:

  • Namibia Law Reports, Statutes of Namibia,
  • South African Law Reports from 1947 to date and South African case law from 1838, South African Statutes,
  • Tanzania Law Reports, Statutes of Tanzania,
  • Zambia Law Reports, Statutes of Zambia,
  • Zimbabwe Law Reports, Statutes of Zimbabwe,

Juta’s online journal content:

  • Acta Juridica
  • Annual Survey of SA Law
  • South African Law Journal
  • South African Journal of Criminal Justice
  • South African Mercantile Law Journal
  • Stellenbosch Law Review
  • Tydskrif vir die Suid Afrikaanse Reg / Journal of South African Law

Subject coverage includes administrative, civil procedure, commercial, constitutional, criminal, intellectual property, international, labour, mining, revenue and shipping law.

New E-Journal – North American Journal of Celtic Studies

The Library now subscribes to the North American Journal of Celtic Studies.

The North American journal of Celtic studies (NAJCS) is devoted to the study of all of the disciplines that fall under the purview of the field of Celtic studies, including, but not limited to, archeology, art, folklore, history, law, linguistics, literature, manuscript studies, mythology, and politics.  Contributions are welcome for all time periods from the ancient world to the present.

Access this journal via DiscoverEd or our e-journals AZ list.

Times Higher Education update

Following a successful first year of a subscription to Times Higher Education Online, we have now renewed it for a further year. Existing subscribers should have received an alert from the publisher that the THE app will be discontinued following the publication of the 6th June issue. For readers who still want to page through the digital version of the weekly THE magazine, the digital editions section of the THE web site allows you to do this, and to download the full weekly magazine for offline reading.

New users, please see our webpage for set up instructions.

 

New! E-journals from Edinburgh University Press

With our 2019 renewal to Edinburgh University Press E-Journals package, we gain access to the following titles.

Ancient Philosophy Today: DIALOGOI provides a forum for the mutual engagement between ancient and contemporary philosophy. The journal connects interpretative work in ancient philosophy to current discussions in metaphysics, epistemology and ethics, and assesses the continuing relevance of ancient theories to current philosophical interests and debates.

 

 

Gothic Studies – The official journal of the International Gothic Association considers the field of Gothic studies from the eighteenth century to the present day.

 

 

Scottish Church History is the journal of the Scottish Church History Society. Founded in 1922 to promote the study of the history of Christianity in Scotland, the journal covers all periods and branches of Scottish churches from the early to the modern.

New! More Springer Protocols added to DiscoverEd

Used primarily in the life sciences, protocols provide individual sets of instructions to allow scientists to recreate experiments in their own laboratories. These documents provide written procedural methods in the design and implementation of experiments that describe the safety, bias, procedures, equipment, statistical methods, reporting, and troubleshooting standards to be used in order to successfully conduct the experiment.

We have now purchased copyright year 2019.  These will be added to DiscoverEd for the remainder of the year. A title list is available from https://experiments.springernature.com/download-source-titles-list.

Further info

Springer Protocols can also be accessed at http://www.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/login?url=https://experiments.springernature.com which will allow you to cross-search our other subscriptions from SpringerNature (Nature Protocols, Nature Methods) as well as the open access repository Protocol Exchange.

Trial Access to SAGE Research Methods – Additional Modules

Sage Research Methods – content from SAGE publisher (some unique to SRM) on the steps involved in a research project. Full range of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods for the social and behavioural sciences, as well as many methods commonly used in the hard sciences.

Topics: Key concepts in research, Philosophy of research, Research ethics, Planning research, Research design, Data collection, Data quality and data management, Qualitative data analysis, Quantitative data analysis,  Writing and disseminating research.

This trial gives access to the following additional modules:

Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2

SAGE Research Methods Datasets 2

Research Methods Video: Data Science, Big Data Analytics, & Digital Methods

Title lists for the new modules can be found at – http://methods.sagepub.com/librarian#TitleLists

The trial lasts until 20th June with the individual content added to DiscoverEd as well as listed on our E-Resources Trials webpage where you can view other e-resources currently on trial as well as complete a trial feedback form.

A user guide for this resource can be found at http://sagepub.libguides.com/research-methods

Brill E-Journals – renewal update

We have renewed our Brill e-journal deal and gain access to the following new titles.

Subject Title ISSN Print ISSN Online 2019 Volume No. of issues Journal Web Page
African Studies Studi Maghrebini/North African Studies – NEW at Brill 0585-4954 TBA 17 2 brill.com/mag
Art History Paragone: Past and Present – NEW at Brill 2476-115X 2476-1168 2 2 brill.com/para
Asian Studies China and Asia – NEW 2589-4641 2589-465X 1 2 brill.com/cahs
Book History and Cartography; History Brill Research Perspectives in Map History – NEW 2589-3955 2589-3963 1 2 brill.com/rpmh
History Journal of Applied History – NEW 2589-5885 2589-5893 1 2 brill.com/joah
History Lithuanian Historical Studies – NEW at Brill TBA 1392-2343 21 1 brill.com/lhs
History; International Relations Diplomatica – NEW 2589-1766 2589-1774 1 2 brill.com/dipl
History; Social Sciences Emotions: History, Culture, Society – NEW at Brill 2206-7485 2208-522X 3 2 brill.com/ehcs
History; Theology and World Christianity Brill Research Perspectives in Jesuit Studies – NEW 2589-7446 2589-7454 1 4 brill.com/rpjs
International Relations Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations – NEW at Brill 1075-2846 1942-6720 25 4 brill.com/gg
Language and Linguistics; Slavic and Eurasian Studies International Journal of Eurasian Linguistics – NEW 2589-8825 2589-8833 1 2 brill.com/jeal
Literature and Cultural Studies International Journal of Critical Media Literacy, The – NEW TBA TBA 1 2 brill.com/ijcm
Literature and Cultural Studies; Classical Studies Brill Research Perspectives in Classical Poetry – NEW 2589-2630 2589-2649 1 2 brill.com/rpcp
Middle East and Islamic Studies Al Abhath – NEW at Brill 0002-3973 1811-5586 67 1 brill.com/alab
Middle East and Islamic Studies Berythus – NEW at Brill 0067-6195 TBA 58 1 brill.com/bery
Middle East and Islamic Studies Mawlana Rumi Review – NEW at Brill 2042-3357 2589-8566 10 2 brill.com/mrr
Philosophy International Journal of Jungian Studies – NEW at Brill 1940-9052 1940-9060 11 2 brill.com/ijjs
Philosophy Simone de Beauvoir Studies – NEW at Brill 1063-2042 2589-7616 30 2 brill.com/sbs
Philosophy; Social Sciences Journal of Applied Animal Ethics Research: Ethics for Animal Welfare, Veterinary Medicine, and Conservation – NEW 2588-9559 2588-9567 1 2 brill.com/jaae
Philosophy; Social Sciences Secular Studies – NEW 2589-2517 2589-2525 1 2 brill.com/secu
Religious Studies Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Psychology – NEW 2589-711X 2589-7128 1 2 brill.com/rpsy
Religious Studies Religion and Gender – NEW at Brill 2589-8051 1878-5417 9 2 brill.com/rag
Religious Studies; Asian Studies Journal of Chan Buddhism – NEW 2589-7160 2589-7179 1 2 brill.com/chbu
Religious Studies; Education Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Education – NEW 2589-529X 2589-5303 1 2 brill.com/rpre
Religious Studies; Social Sciences Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Politics – NEW 2589-5842 2589-5850 1 2 brill.com/rprp
Social Sciences Public Anthropologist – NEW 2589-1707 2589-1715 1 2 brill.com/puan
Social Sciences Youth and Globalization – NEW 2589-5737 2589-5745 1 2 brill.com/yogo
Social Sciences; Media Brill Research Perspectives in Popular Culture – NEW 2589-4420 2589-4439 1 2 brill.com/rppc
Theology and World Christianity Brill Research Perspectives in Theological Traditions – NEW 2589-8795 2589-8809 1 2 brill.com/rptt
Theology and World Christianity Journal of Religion and Demography – NEW 2589-7411 2589-742X 6 2 brill.com/jrd
Theology and World Christianity; Philosophy Journal for Continental Philosophy of Religion – NEW 2588-9605 2588-9613 1 2 brill.com/jcpr

Further info.

The new titles are being added to DiscoverEd via an automated process as they become available on the Brill website.

For 2019 Brill publishes 310 journal titles in various subject fields. Nineteen of their titles are fully Open Access for 2019. Brill publications also include the imprints Brill | Nijhoff. Brill’s publications focus on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law and selected areas in the Sciences.  Access is from 2000 onwards.

Brill Journal Archive Online, Parts 1 and 1a (Vol 1 to 1999) and Part 2 (2000-2009) have been purchased in perpetuity by Jisc Collections and are available free of charge to UK higher and further education institutions and Research Councils.

Mathematical Sciences Publishers content via ProjectEuclid

With the renewal of our Mathematical Sciences Publishers e-journal subscription, we now gain access to the following new titles:

  1. Innovations in incidence Geometry
  2. Moscow Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory
  3. Pure and Applied Analysis
  4. Tunisian Journal of Mathematics

Access is via DiscoverEd and the e-journals AZ list.

Screenshot from Project Euclid website

New E-Resources for Literature

JSTOR’s Lives of Literature E-Journal Collection

We have added the newly available “Lives of Literature” collection to our Jstor subscription.  This collection supports advanced literary studies and interdisciplinary research on writers and texts critical to curricula in literature. With its focus on journals that use an author or text as a starting place, Lives of Literature also fulfills a scholarly resource need for in-depth study and courses on a single author or text. It will contain 120 journals that are all new to JSTOR when completed.

Key thematic topics include:

  • Medieval Authors & Texts
  • Modernist Authors
  • Victorian, Edwardian & Gothic Authors
  • Literary Theorists

View the title list at https://www.jstor.org/titlelists/journals/livesoflitext-backfile-collection?filter=head_titles&fileFormat=xls

Further info

Access Jstor via the Databases AZ list, this e-resource is also available to University of Edinburgh alumni.

A user guide to this collection is available from https://guides.jstor.org/livesofliterature

 

Oxford Bibliographies – Literary and Critical Theory

We have taken out a subscription to Oxford Bibliographies – Literary and Critical Theory which currently contains 70 articles.  As these articles are not yet available in DiscoverEd, please search the Oxford Bibliographies website directly – a user guide is available via the video below.

Further info

The following Oxford Bibliographies modules are available to the University of Edinburgh – American Literature, Anthropology, Biblical Studies, British and Irish Literature, Buddhism, Chinese Studies, Cinema & Media Studies, Classics, Criminology, Education, Hinduism, International Law, International Relations, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Literary and Critical Theory, Medieval Studies,  Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Victorian Literature.  See http://oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/obo/page/subject-list for individual module title lists.

Access is available via the Databases AZ list.