Wednesday, 10 January 2007


Those of you who use ATHENS passwords (all of you - surely?!) will spot a few tweaks on the list of Resources available through My Athens. Some of the resources have been renamed. We (NHS librarians) have complained that some of the names mean less than nothing to the uninitiated. Our complaints have been heard and changes have been made.

This means that the mysterious "Datastar" (which refers to the company who sell access to databases to us) is now called "Clinical databases (Datastar)". Myilibrary - the online collection of full text (mostly mental health) titles is now called "ebooks" and TDNet (a new service which I will post something about soon) is "My journals."

If this still fails to make sense then please read the blurb attached to each mystery title or pop into the library for some enlightenment.

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