Currently, access to JAMA titles via EZproxy is down. This means access from off campus is not working. We are working on it.

Access on campus is working.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

There continues to be intermittent issues with the eJournal Portal (the tab that says “Journal Titles” on the Library Homepage).

Per the third-party that hosts this service:

“Thanks for the reports of slowness related to the E-journal Portal.  We are aware of the issue… this issue is happening intermittently and is not impacting all customers which has made it difficult to diagnose and definitively address.  For those impacted, we understand this is frustrating and apologize for the inconvenience this is causing you and your users.  We also understand the timing is not great as many of you are starting new school years.”

“[W]e have a series of fixes going out in the next 1-5 weeks that we believe will significantly reduce the instances of slowness (if not fix this issue altogether).”

As a temporary work-around, you can search for a journal title in the Catalogue from here.

…selecting “Journal title begins with” from the dropdown menu, BUT this will only search for journals (electronic and Print) that have a record in the Catalogue.

As always, report any problems – and direct Patrons to do the same – with online resources via our Help Form.

 

UPDATE ; Wiley Online is back online.

Wiley Online Library (eBooks & eJournals) seems to be down.

Working on it.

Stay tuned.

*UPDATE* Slowness issues resolved. If you have further problems, please contact us using our Help Form:

There have been several reports about the eJournal Portal (“Journal Titles” on the Homepage, “Journals” under Search Collections) being very slow. We have reported this to Ex Libris/ProQuest, and they are working on it.

Stay Tuned!

Articles from some Oxford journals cannot be reached through Summon and the Citation Linker. Our vendor is working on restoring article level linking.

 

Work around:

If the “Full Text Online” link in Summon leads to the Citation Linker with “Browse Journal”, go back to the Summon results, click on “Preview” and then on the DOI, if present. This may link directly to the article.

Otherwise, when in the Citation Linker, click on “Browse Journal” and search for the article by title on the Oxford journal website.

Apologies for the inconvenience. Please continue to report problems via our Help Form.

constructionApologies for the longer than expected downtime of Summon,  the Citation Linker (UBC eLink) and the eJournal Portal over the weekend of October 29th & 30th.

These systems are maintained by a 3rd-party provider (ProQuest) on servers located off campus (meaning, in “the Cloud”). Initially, they expected the downtime to be two brief windows on Saturday. However, as several folks have noticed, the downtime extended into Sunday.

Per an email notice from ProQuest:

We would like to apologize and inform you that our maintenance work is taking longer than expected. We understand and regret the impact that this has on you and your library’s users.

We believe everything is working now. If you experienced an error message over the past weekend with searching or linking from the Library website, please clear the history (cache & cookies) from your browser and re-try.

If problems persist, contact us via our Help Form.

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RESOLVED AGAIN! -Summon seems back to normal

October 20, 2016 – Problem Returns.

Yes, sadly the fix fell apart. Stay tuned.

UPDATE – Problem is reportedly fixed. Please contact us via the Help Form if you are still experiencing issues.

Summon (our “General” search and Discovery Tool) is experiencing problems. Some searches return the following error:

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Application Error

There were too many requests received from your client. This request will be ignored.

We are working on the problem. Try clearing the history (cache & cookies) from your browser and re-searching as this sometimes works.

Stay tuned!

 

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UPDATE! All seems to be well. Report any problems to our Help Form.

Summon has launched a new interface. However, it hasn’t gone well. Links from results are broken, leading to an error message. Hopefully, a fix is coming soon. Stay Tuned!

broken_partsACCESS RESTORED AGAIN!

…and lost again for some ebooks! Stay tuned.

ACCESS RESTORED!     ???? 

Please clear the history, cache & cookies, from your browser. Report any continuing problems here, please:

 

Some folks are having problems accessing the Wiley site for ejournals & ebooks. The problems are spotty across the campus and do not affect everyone.

We are in contact with Wiley. Please stay tuned!

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