QMUL offers students and staff a range of books, journals, databases and media in electronic formats. These can be found through the library home page using the search box and the E-journals & Databases list and can be accessed on or off campus on a variety of devices.
15 new channels are available on BoB, bringing their total numbers to 60 Television stations and 17 radio stations.
New channels include:
10 of the BBC One regional channels so that users can request such local programmes as East Midlands Today, Spotlight (Channel Islands), Look North, Inside out South West, Look East, North West today and others.
As well as: Talking Pictures TV, CBS Drama, The Smithsonian Channel, Classic FM, The Horror Channel.
On the 19th October between 5pm and 8pm there will be a ProQuest downtime due to routine maintenance work.
BMJ access issues: there is problem with a third party service used by the BMJ to provide access to institutions. They are working on it, but in the meantime users can get off campus access by going to the e-journals & databases page, scrolling down to BMJ Best Practice and using that link to reach the Best Practice site. Users have to log in twice, the first on a standard QM login page and a second time with a personal account. Using a QM email address to register, if you don't already have an account, will give you full access. Using Shibboleth (institutional access) does not seem to be working.