The IPv6 authentication issue with IEEE Xplore has been resolved. See below for details of the issue.
However, there is a chance a few users may still have access problems. If you cannot access IEEE on campus (on a networked computer or the protected wifi network).
- Go to http://ipv6-test.com/ for a diagnostic check. Take a screencap of the page once it finishes the check.
- Send the screencap to dkegel at ucsd dot edu or tmvogel at ucsd dot edu and let us know how you were trying to get to IEEE.
- For a short-term workaround, install and use the AnyConnect VPN client when trying to get IEEE content on your desktop or laptop (http://libraries.ucsd.edu/spaces/computing/remote-access/ – follow the instructions for your operating system). If you’re having the problem on the protected wifi, you may need to switch to the guest wifi while using VPN.
UC San Diego faculty, staff and students now have access to BrowZine. It’s a service that allows you to browse, organize, read and keep up with your favorite scholarly journals licensed by UC San Diego, either on your desktop/laptop via their website, or through an app on your mobile device. BrowZine covers arts, humanities, social science, engineering and science journals from hundreds of commercial, society, and university press publishers. We have licensed it through June 2018, at which point we will decide whether or not to continue licensing, based on usage, available funding, and user feedback.
All six editors and all 31 editorial board members of Lingua, one of the top journals in linguistics, last week resigned to protest Elsevier’s policies on pricing and its refusal to convert the journal to an open-access publication that would be free online. As soon as January, when the departing editors’ noncompete contracts expire, they plan to start a new open-access journal to be called Glossa. more
American Physical Society News: August 3 2015
As the clamor for open access to scientific research has intensified in recent years, a group of scientific publishers — of which APS is a member — responded in 2013 by creating the Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States (CHORUS), which connects users with publicly accessible research on publishers’ websites. Now, APS is releasing the first wave of articles, making papers funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) freely available through CHORUS effective August 1, several months ahead of the department’s official October 1 start date. more …
Stairwells on the East side of the Geisel library building will be closed from August 17 through approximately September 3 for recarpeting of the Geisel East Learning Commons (2nd Floor East).
To get to the 1st Floor East books (Q-Z) and bound journals, please use the elevators or stairs across from the Information Desk or the west side stairs by Special Collections and the Research Assistance Desk to get to the lower (1st) floor. Then use the Computer Lab Tunnel to head over to the East side stacks, which are open during the recarpeting. See http://libraries.ucsd.edu/_files/pdf/floor-plans/geisel-1st-floor-layout.pdf for a map.
We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.
The UC San Diego Library recently acquired the Scientific American Archive and Scientific American Supplement and Builders Edition Archive collections, so we now have the complete run of the magazine going back to 1845. You can browse the issues or search the full text. Note: if you end up with search results from all of the Nature journals, select the Scientific American link to the right of the results list to narrow.
Dr Robert D. Eagling, executive editor of several flagship journals from the Royal Society of Chemistry like Chemical Communications and Chemical Science, will be here on August 20 to talk about publication ethics. Whether you have published a number of articles or still working toward your first article, this is a great opportunity to hear an editor’s perspective, discuss some real examples, and to ask questions.
The RSC publishes journals in chemistry, engineering (including nanotechnology and materials science), environmental science, and the biological and health sciences. This talk is open to all regardless of program or major, and graduate students and postdocs are especially welcome.
Date: August 20, 2:00-4:00pm
Location: Price Center West Ballroom
Light refreshments will be served
Please RSVP to: email@example.com
Questions: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
UCSD Library has added electronic subscriptions to the following titles from Nature Publishing Group:
And UC has purchased the backfiles for the following titles perpetually back to volume 1 at the Nature site:
UCSD now has access to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers e-journals archive. Previously, our online access to the ASME journals went back to 2000.
Expanded coverage includes: Journal of Applied Mechanics (1960-1999); Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (1977-1999); Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control (1971-1999); Journal of Heat Transfer (1960-1999); Journal of Engineering for Industry/Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering (1959-1999); Journal of Solar Energy Engineering (1980-1999); Journal of Basic Engineering/Journal of Fluids Engineering/Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology (1959-1999).
The HathiTrust Digital Library contains over 4.7 million titles, many of which are full text viewable and downloadable volumes. For UC-affiliated users who login, 3.6 million fully viewable books and journal volumes published pre-1923, as well as later public domain books, are available. Some volumes in the HathiTrust Digital Library are only available to search, but are not available as full text or for download.
To download PDFs from HathiTrust:
- Go to www.hathitrust.org.
- Click Login in the upper right. Select University of California, San Diego and click Continue.
- Choose Active Directory, then enter your username and password. You will be redirected to HathiTrust.
- Search the collection, with the Full text only box checked.
- Select the full view link next to the item in the search results.
- From the record view, select Download whole book (PDF) from the left column.
- If you did not login earlier, you will be prompted to do so at this point.
- Once your PDF is built, you can download it.
- At this time, you can only download the entire book or journal volume, rather than a single chapter or article. However, you can use Adobe Acrobat Pro or another PDF editor to delete the pages you don’t want.