Library Services now offer access to the following e-journals. These titles were suggested by library users – if you would like to suggest a title please contact your subject librarian.
Design Journal (1997, vol 1 onwards)
Journal of Laboratory Automation (1999, vol 4 onwards)
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps (JRAMC) (1903, vol 1 onwards)
Medical Care Research and Review (1999, vol 56 onwards)
The best way to access all our titles is through Library Search
Library Services are pleased to offer our users access to JoVE, the Journal of Visualised Experiments. Our subscription includes both the JoVE Journal and JoVE Science Education.
JoVE is used by a number of Imperial academics in their teaching. Tim Simpson, Life Sciences told us:
“We use JoVE Science Education as a method of reinforcing teaching already delivered during the lectures. I personally like to begin wet laboratory lab practicals with an introductory video and for the first year students in Biology and Biochemistry it is always good to have a source of information that is delivered at the level they encounter in their lectures. JoVE Science Education provides that in a professionally delivered format. Easy to use and of short durations, we find the videos are an excellent addition to our teaching capabilities.”
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We welcome your feedback, why not send get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @imperiallibrary?
There’s still time to try out Geofacets with our trial access – available until the end of November.
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Let us know what you think by emailing Nicole Urquhart, your Earth Science and Engineering Librarian, email@example.com
In addition to our existing print copies, Library Services now offer access to the online edition of the Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy by Chalmers and Griffiths, 2002. This e-book includes all 5 volumes in one, easy to use format.
The best way to access this e-book is through Library Search where you will be prompted to enter your College username and password if you are working away from an Imperial site.
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