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Films on Demand adds new videos

Films on Demand, the streaming video subscription available to UML Library users, has just added over 380 new video titles. The full list is available by clicking here. Films On Demand allows you to view streaming videos from Films Media Group anytime, anywhere, 24/7! Choose from nearly 18,000 educational titles in dozens of subject areas. [...]


Engineering Village releases new site enhancements

On January 30,  Engineering Village introduced a series of site enhancements: AutoSuggest – helps users find terms using the Ei Thesaurus New Download – Excel, CSV, PDF and RTF formats are now available Mendeley Web Importer – one click imports results to Mendeley What’s New – provides a summary of the latest updates AutoSuggest helps [...]


New Interface Released for Alexander Press Classical Musical Scores Library

Alexander St. Press is launching a new interface for a number of their video and audio products that will be released on rolling basis over the next year. Classical Musical Scores Library is one of the first sites to have its new version released. Here’s what you can experience in the first release: More faceted [...]


New AIP (Scitation) Platform has Arrived

Developed in conjunction with a leading technology partner, new AIP Scitation platform includes exciting features to help you get the most out of your research experience: Improved discoverability AIP Publishing’s new 7,500-term thesaurus enables patrons to browse and more precisely locate information of interest.   Greater research connections The Author and institution disambiguation project mapped [...]


New Non-Java CAS Structure Editor Available in SciFinder

CAS announces that SciFinder now features a new version of the CAS Structure Editor that does not require the use of a Java plugin. The Java version of the editor is still available, but users can now easily select their preferred editor. The non-Java editor is an easy-to-use option. However, there is some missing functionality in [...]