Due to the impact of Coronavirus, the frequency of THE has been reduced to a fortnightly publication
As from Tuesday 17 March no fines will be incurred on library loans until further notice. My Account shows any fines and charges you may have previously incurred, for details on how to pay fines see how to pay your fine
You may still receive automated email reminders, you can renew items online but if you can don't worry, email us if you need some help
To enable easy access to databases, ebooks and journals available to you, please remember to always start your search from the Library homepage at: https://www.tees.ac.uk/library Although there is no recommended browser we do seem to find fewer issues using Chrome.
Use Discovery to find books, journal articles and conference papers for your assignments and research, you can access Discovery from Library homepage at: https://www.tees.ac.uk/library and for information about Discovery see https://libguides.tees.ac.uk/discovery
Do you need to know which databases (specialist search engines that search for quality information, such as journals articles) cover your subject area? Check the Subject LibGuides http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/subject_libguide You can access Databases from the link at the top Library homepage at: https://www.tees.ac.uk/library
During the Coronavirus pandemic we now have temporary access to an even wider range of electronic resources
Have you heard of PressReader? Students and Staff can access PressReader for free - over 7000 newspapers and magazines from over 100 countries in 60 languages, access from the Library homepage and use the Databases link at the top of the screen, you will find PressReader under P.
Whilst the Library is closed due to the Coronavirus situation you can suggest ebooks to be purchased by using the More Books initiative, use the link below to access the suggestion form.
If a book is only available in print format it will still be considered however it will not be ordered until the Library reopens.
If you enjoy reading, join in our Reading Group. Whilst the University is closed due to Coronavirus we are holding a virtual reading group on Microsoft Teams. We will be meeting fortnightly to discuss our current book title and also to check-in with each other.
The next meeting is on MS Teams on Wednesday 10 June at 2pm, when we will be reading Notes from a Small Island by Bill Bryson. Experience travel from the comfort of your own home, no packing required! This time we move into the genre of travel writing with Bill Bryson’s Notes from a small island. An entertaining and amusing look at the quirks of our island nation.
In order to access the Teams meeting please follow the link below. Once you have clicked on the link you will be able to join the meeting from there. Alternatively you can request to join the team by emailing Fran Porritt on email@example.com
To find out more about the Reading group see https://libguides.tees.ac.uk/readinggroup
The Library building is currently closed. For help with a variety of enquiries you can contact the Library Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm (excluding public holidays) by:
Library help live: Instant chat 4.45pm - 10.00am, 7 days per week at http://www.tees.ac.uk/library
Feedback on our services
Connect with Scopus experts through our Scopus webinar series
Our webinars cover topics relevant to both Scopus users and librarians. Learn about best practices, content selection and coverage, metrics to track and understand research impact, and more. Scroll through our webinar channel, find a topic that interests you and register to attend. Even if you are unable to join the live session you will receive a link to the recording to watch at your own convenience.
Infectious Disease Outbreak Research: Insights and Trends webinar
You also find a recorded webinar from 30 March about “Infectious Disease Outbreak Research: Insights and Trends” which explains how research was conducted to uncover trends in outbreaks research, the various governmental bodies involved and the ways to identify health security research. This webinar was hugely popular, and we received >21k registrations to watch it live.
During this period of restricted travel due to the Covid 19 virus, 1-2-1 tutorials are available via remote access, please see https://libguides.tees.ac.uk/researchers
You can find help online at https://libguides.tees.ac.uk/researchers
For information on the latest research developments the World Health Organisation (WHO) logs the latest research together with regularly updated myth busters. Evidence and facts about the virus and its control are also available from the UKRI’s site Coronavirus: the science explained.
We are pleased to announce that the Digitisation service is now able to offer the following variations to the license up until the 30/6/20.
For participating publishers the extent limits have been increased to 3 chapters or 30% of a book. Please note that this only applies if the book is owned by the library or the academic and is not available digitally. The completion of these requests will also be dependent on the team being able to access copies already scanned.
There are plenty of websites available for both students and academic staff on how to learn and teach remotely. A selection of them are highlighted in the ‘Online Learning Support’ reading list. If you know of any useful sites that can be added to the list please email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a look at the Learning Hub http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/learning_hub for help and support on topics relating to
The Learning Hub contains lots of different types of resources which students can access independently at a time to support their studies. These include:
Our Library Life blog brings you virtual help, hints and hacks as well as details of online support or future workshops. See https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/slssupport
Ask the Learning Hub
Students can ask questions and view answers online by posting on our new Learning Hub Padlet
Alternatively, send questions from a student email account to the Learning Hub on Teams using the address below:
The academic librarians will aim to reply by email within 24 hours, excluding weekends.
Succeed@Tees online workshops
We are planning a series of workshops to support student learning and assessment. Details will be posted on our Library Life blog and on the Learning hub calendar http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/learning_hub/workshops
Tutorials (via email, Microsoft Teams, and other communication methods depending on access) are still being offered for academic writing, study skills, literature searching and referencing http://libguides.tees.ac.uk/lrs/tutorials