Tip of the Day – Borrowing entitlement

beeeeewksLibrary users may borrow materials from the Sir Duncan Rice Library as well as from any of the site libraries, e.g. Medical Library or Taylor Library. The number of the items you can get depends on your membership category.

If you wish to know your borrowing entitlement, please consult the following list:

  • Undergraduate students: 20 loans
  • Taught Postgraduate students: 20 loans
  • Research Postgraduate students: 30 loans
  • Staff (including Honorary and Retired Staff): 50 loans
  • Temporary Services Staff: 10 loans
  • NHS Grampian Staff: 10 loans
  • External readers: 10 loans
  • SCONUL Access readers: 5 loans

Remember! University students and staff can get only two Heavy Demand books at a time, within their borrowing entitlement.

For more information, please follow the link here.

Taylor Library Team

Maintenance: Lexis Library on Sunday 24 April

We have been advised that Lexis Library will be unavailable LexisNexis logo
between 02:00 am and approximately 10:00 am on Sunday 24 April, 2016 for maintenance.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Elaine Shallcross

LexisNexis announces upgrade to Lexis®Library

LexisNexis logoSubject to a successful release, a number of ‘cosmetic’ changes to Lexis®Library take effect on
Saturday 5th December.

LexisNexis have reported the following improvements to Lexis®Library:

  • A more intuitive search experience.The Explore search box moves to the heart of the homepage and includes content filters.
  • A tidier, bigger, better display of results. Single results list opens up the page, with filtering in one place and the option to deliver multiple documents.
  • The option to search across ALL subscribed UK legal content. In one place for the first time, including both Lexis®Library and LexisPSL content included in the search results.
  • Glossary searches move to the home page. Get quick access to over 3,300 legal terms.”

Please see the new Academic User Guide for updated product guidance.

Staff at the Help Desk in the Taylor Library are happy to help with any questions regarding the changes to Lexis®Library.

Elaine Shallcross
Information Consultant, Law & Business

Legal journals – update

cropped-fullsizerender-5.jpgDid you know that some of the periodicals are only available in paper format in
the Taylor Library?

Although the Taylor Library has an extensive collection of e-journals, not every title has
online access. Please check the following list of publications to see what we have only
in hard copy:

  • Family Law (library holdings: from 1971 onwards)
  • Oil & Gas Law & Taxation Review (holdings cover the years: 1982-1994; 1996; 1997; and 1999)
  • Recueil des Cours: Academie de Droit International (available from 1947 onwards)
  • Scottish Law Gazette (library holdings cover the years 1933 – 2005; 2014)
  • Tolley’s Insolvency Law & Practice (available between the years, 1995 – 2007)

TIP! Although the journal entitled ‘Juridical Review‘ has online access, you have to be careful because the library e-holdings cover only the years between 1889-1938 and from 2010 onwards.

Remember! If you need one or more publications from the list above, you have to come to the Library and find the volumes on the shelves.

Taylor Library Team