We review our collection annually - if you think there is a resource we should have, suggest a journal or e-resource for consideration.
The following titles have been added to the Library’s journal collection for 2017:
- BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning
- European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy
- European Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes
- European Journal of Heart Failure
- Journal of Enabling Technologies (previously Journal of Assistive Technologies)
- Journal of occupational science
- Nature Chemical Biology
- Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education
For a full list of our e-journal holdings please see our A-Z journals list.
- British Nursing Database (previously BNI with full text)
- DynaMed Plus
- Trip Pro Database
For a full list of our e-resources (excluding journals and e-books) please see our A-Z Databases list.
If you would like to add a suggestion or to support any existing suggestion (see list of current suggestions below) please complete the suggest a new journal or e-resource form:
All suggestions received are added to the Library’s “wishlist” for consideration during the Library’s yearly Journals & E-resources Evaluation.
Items in this year’s wishlist include:
- BEI (Database)
- Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection (HSTalks)
- Clinical Skills
- DSM 5 Library (online)
- JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiment)
- Social Policy & Practice (database/ e-resource)
Journal and e-resource suggestions may be submitted to the Library at any time, however please be aware these are only reviewed once a year during July and August. Your suggestion must be received before 1st June in order to be considered for the following year. (Subscriptions usually run from 1st January to 31st December.)
The Library's information resources budget is fully committed each year, so the funding of new journal and e-resource subscriptions can only be achieved by the cancelling of existing titles/ resources of similar value.
The criteria we use when selecting new content includes:
- New courses/ modules
- Impact factors
- Peer reviewed
- Indexed in databases (e.g. Medline, Hunter)
- Affordability/ value for money
- Demand/ likely usage - who & how many people could benefit from the resource?
- Allows off-site access via Shibboleth
- Licence restrictions (e.g. multi-site access)
- Is the journal or resource available as part of a package?
- Does the journal or package have an offsetting system to reduce Open Access publishing costs (where relevant)
Last Updated: Monday, 03 April 2017 15:13