New interfaces, free stuff from IEEE, a demo and a gateway
IoP launched today a new, more accessible interface for the Axiom service. Notably, the two existing interfaces, the “regular” and the one with enhanced accessibility have been merged. It is now possible to add complements to the interface such as more accessibility or more security.
IEEE is announcing three new journals for 2003: IEEE Power Electronics Letters, IEEE Security and Privacy and IEEE Power & Energy, born from the joining of IEEE Computer Applications in Power Magazine and IEEE Power Engineering Review.
IEL institutional subscribers can get a free IEL promotion kit for their users (Web page graphics and destination Web page). Ask Karen Hawkins for downloading instructions.
IEEE also distribute individually titled shelf labels to point library patrons to the online version of print journals, proceedings and standards. Contact Ruth Wolfish (East), firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Berrington (West) for more details. [IEEE What's New Newsletter]
Knovelis an aggregator of e-books and e-ressources in the engineering and scientific fields. They currently have an offer for a 14-days demo. You probably know them, they give teddy bears in vendor exhibits (even though I didn’t get one when I stopped at the stand at ASEE (grumble grumble).
Hewlett-Packard is looking for an Information Research Analyst. For a description or to apply, go to http://www.jobs.hp.com/ click on “search jobs”
and in the keyword field, type in the requisition number 804794.
Engineering Subject Gateway
Developped in Germany, ViFaTec is a combined subject guide, specialized search engine and document delivery service based at the Technische
Informationsbibliothek at the University of Hannover. Go try it here (this English version is still in construction).
[Thanks to TDePetro from ELD]