ScienceDirect and Scopus downtime – Saturday 1st December 2012

ScienceDirect and Scopus will be unavailable on Saturday 1st Decemeber to allow for scheduled maintenance.

The upgrade will mean that full functionality of the ScienceDirect and SCOPUS resources will be available across all internet browsers, including Google Chrome, Safari (including users of the iPad), Firefox, IE 7, 8 and 9

This upgrade will also mean that off-campus access will be available by selecting “UK Access Management Federation” from the drop-down list, and then choosing Liverpool John Moores University, rather than selecting the “Athens login” option.

Users with personal accounts will need to migrate their personal details to the new method of authentication. Instructions on how to do this will be sent directly from Elsevier. It is essential that users act on the contents of the e-mail BEFORE logging in via the UK Access Management Federation.

Further information is available from the SciVerse FAQ Page

Library & Student Support would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause

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