EBSCO databases - major upgrade (Mon 24 June 2024)

Posted: Mon, 24th Jun 2024

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Updated Jun 19th 2024 13:59

This process will not transfer saved searches to the new EBSCO interface, only saved items.  If you have saved searches that you want to preserve, you will need to visit your Search History page and manually copy the search strings to a word processor document and then run the searches again after the migration.  Please get in touch or contact your Faculty Librarian directly (contact details are on your subject pages) if you are unsure how to do this or if you have any further questions or concerns.

In response to your feedback, we are making some changes to our EBSCO Discovery Service. This is the system that helps you locate materials beyond our catalogue.

On Monday 24 June 2024, two major updates will be applied to all our EBSCO databases, including the Discovery Service.  These databases will be running at risk all day, some services such as saving articles and searches and setting up search alerts may be affected by the changes, and at some point the interface used will change. Please plan your work accordingly.

If you wish to retain your saved articles, searches and other personalised features from the old version of any EBSCO database, please follow the instructions for exporting your old data.



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