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Welcome to the Library 

 

We're here to help you find the resources you need at Edinburgh Napier University.
Can't find what you are looking for?
See Help Centre​.  

  

Use LibrarySearch to find fast results for books, e-books, online journal articles and more. Learn more about using LibrarySearch on this page.  


 

Library Eresources service status 

Information about any current issues with library eresources can be found on the Information Services Service Status​ page > Library eresources. 

  

News and Announcements


War Poets Collection temporarily unavailable

The War Poets Collection exhibition area at Craiglockhart campus will be temporarily unavailable from Monday 3rd October until Tuesday 2nd November 2016, to allow for refurbishment works. The area will re-open for staff, students and visitors in time to commemorate the centenary of the opening of the Craiglockhart War Hospital. 


Please contact the Curator Catherine Walker (c.walker@napier.ac.uk​) should you have any questions relating to this matter. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. 



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Box of Broadcasts – Playlists now available

Box of Broadcasts (BoB) is the on demand TV and radio service for education from the British Universities Film Video Council.


Following the BoB platform upgrade in August, playlists and clips from the old platform are now available.

If you are prompted to register on the new platform, please use the same email address you used to register on the old platform. Once registered, or if you have previously registered, you will see guidance for importing your clips and playlists.

For details, see:

Importing playlists/clips​

If you experience any problems, please contact: library@napier.ac.uk




LibrarySearch – New interface


The new LibrarySearch interface​ is now live. Thank you to staff and students who responded to the survey. We appreciate your input into improving our service.


The new interface has a simpler, more intuitive search, including:

Find what you are searching for with fewer clicks – whether that is full-text online or the shelf mark of a book in a library.

Easier access to citing, saving and favouriting items.

Simple ways to refine your results.

An improved mobile/tablet experience.


Links to Library resources from Moodle

If you have links from Moodle modules to items in LibrarySearch, these will continue to link to the previous interface and provide access to resources. 

From mid-November, permalinks will re-direct to the new interface.


There are some small known issues affecting external borrowers and mobile display. 

See known issues.


Problems or questions? 

Email: library@napier.ac.uk    

Tel: 0131 455 3500




​Intelligent Loans 


From September 2016, the Library is launching a new ‘Intelligent Loans’ service.


​Most of our book and other loans are now dynamic which means they will be automatically renewed up to a maximum of 12 weeks unless recalled (known as the Intelligent Loan). If an item on loan to you is requested by another user we will recall it by sending you an email asking you to return it within 7 days.


What it means for you

  • It’s easy, you no longer have to remember to renew your loans. 
  • Longer loans for items which are not in demand. 
  • You must return items which have been recalled or you will be charged a fine.
  • You can request items which are on the shelf at another campus or on loan to someone else.
  • You must return your loans at the end of the maximum loan period.​​ 

See more information​​

 


Digimap – Save your work now


The Library is moving to Single Sign-On for Digimap, bringing it into line with other logins.  
The change in login means that you will no longer be able to access previous saved work within Digimap.

If you have maps or work saved within Digimap, you should download or export this work before 5pm on Wednesday 28th September. 

To download saved maps/work

To access your old work please log in using one of these routes:  

LibrarySearch > Database A-Z list >  Digimap (OLD USERS) entry http://libguides.napier.ac.uk/DigimapOLD  or ​http://edina.ac.uk/Login/digimap?idp=https://shib1.napier.ac.uk/entity

These routes will cease to work after 5pm on Wednesday 28th September and you will no longer be able to access old work within Digimap.

To start using the new Digimap login

To create new work within Digimap, which can be saved and accessed within Digimap, please use these routes: 

LibrarySearch > Database A-Z list > Digimap (NEW USERS) entry http://libguides.napier.ac.uk/DigmapNEW or

https://federation.napier.ac.uk/idp/startSSO.ping?PartnerSpId=https://geoshibb.edina.ac.uk/shibboleth

For further information, please contact Jane Haigh​.



 

Changes to National Library of Scotland undergraduate access

 
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From 1st July 2016 undergraduate students no longer need to complete an Undergraduate Referral Form. Additionally, undergraduate students will be given a General Reader ticket valid for 3 years.  


  

Now there's just one new, easy to remember phone number for the Library

  
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New Journal Deal - 2000+ Taylor and Francis titles


Following demand from academic staff across Schools, Information Services has now brokered a significant new deal for over 2000 Taylor and Francis journals. 

New journal titles include:

  • ​Human-Computer Interaction

  • Information Communication and Society

  • European Journal of Sport Science

  • International Reviews in Physical Chemistry

  • Polymer Reviews

  • Marine Biology Research

To see the entire selection of new journals go to Taylor and Francis Online 

Alternatively, access Taylor and Francis Online via LibrarySearch​>Databases. You may need to log in off campus. Once logged in, you will see the words 'Access provided by Edinburgh Napier University' and a green square next to the titles you have access to.





Sage Research Methods Online

A great new resource for researchers or those teaching research methods, with full text of more than 800 ebooks, reference works, journal articles, and videos.

See Sage Research Methods Online.​   

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