Good news! ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) has announced that chapter downloads are now available in their ebooks collection. Previously you could only download page by page.
Please note that this new and welcome functionality currently only applies to HEB titles in page image format. You can spot them if they have the following red book icon:
Once you’ve selected your chapter from the Table of Contents (ToC), just select Chapter PDF to download it.
Many HEB titles will, however, be in XML format, i.e. the text is encoded. Chapter download for HEB XML formatted ebooks is currently not possible though I am told that this will be looked at.
Also of interest:
- ACLS Humanities E-Book (subscription resource available to Oxford researchers)
- Knowing your EBL from your ebrary: guide to ebooks
The University’s new telephone service, Chorus, will be installed in the Radcliffe Camera and Gladstone Link on the afternoon of Tuesday 15th August. This will involve changing handsets and will cause little disruption. Our main phone line may be offline for a short time in the afternoon.
If you receive no response from 01865(2)77262 please try 01865(2)77200 on the afternoon of Tuesday 15th August only.
Readers are reminded that the library will open at 2pm tomorrow, Wednesday 21st June 2017. On this day of Encaenia the Bodleian site will be subject to reduced opening hours as follows:
Old Bodleian Library: 2pm – 7pm
Radcliffe Camera: 2pm – 7pm
Readers are also advised that, as per usual, the Gladstone Link will close 45 minutes prior to reading rooms
Just a reminder we will be moving to Vacation hours from next Monday 19th June:
Monday – Friday: 09:00-19:00
Sundays: Closed (but we are open this Sunday 18 June 11.00-17.00!)
Welcome back everyone!
A reminder that as of 5th May the old paper £5 notes will no longer be accepted. From that date the library will only take the new polymer £5 notes as payment through the till. More information can be found on this poster.
Our Trinity Term opening hours are as follows:
We hope you had a great Easter Vac. We look forward to seeing you again and wish you well with your studies and your exams.
The library will be closed over the Easter weekend from Friday 14 April to Sunday 16 April 2017 inclusive. We will be open on Monday 17 April from 9am-5pm. There will be no book delivery service on Monday.
We return to normal Vacation opening hours (9am-7pm) and delivery service on Tuesday 18 April. We return to Term opening hours on Sunday 23 April 2017.
Don’t forget you can access many of our eResources off-campus via SOLO using your SSO to log in.
Happy Easter everyone!
Unfortunately there has been another incident of laptop theft within the library. A MacBook Pro was stolen yesterday from the central computer area in Lower Camera. A similar incident occurred in November 2016. This is a sad reminder that theft does happen within the library. To minimise risk to your property and your research please take the following steps:
- Lock your laptop to the desk handles with a Laptop cable lock.
- Take your laptop with you even if you only move away for 15 minutes.
- Install a free “Find My laptop Device” such as Prey, or enable the “Find my … ” on Apple devices.
- Back up your work to the cloud or an external hard drive.
University Security and Thames Valley Police have been informed of this incident. We’d like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to keep belongings close and if you do notice anything odd or are concerned someone may be taking something that isn’t theirs please report it to library staff.
We’re now into Vacation opening hours:
Monday – Friday: 09:00-19:00
We’re closed for Easter on Friday 14 April – Sunday 16 April but will be *open* on Easter Monday, 17 April.
Have a great Easter break everyone, we look forward to seeing you next Term!
February is LGBT History Month and we’re joining colleagues across the University in celebrating! Although we’re nearing the end of the month there are still lots of interesting things happening in Oxford and the University so have a look at the LGBTHM17 website for talks and events. We’ve put together a small display in the Gladstone Link of relevant books from our collections so get browsing!
In response to comments from the Bodleian Libraries Reader Survey 2016 here are some of the things we have done based on your feedback. We welcome suggestions or comments at any time of the year so if you have something to tell us, write it in our comments book kept in Lower Camera or email us at email@example.com