The new product, called Nexis Uni, will replace the current LexisNexis Academic product. …The new product will be released to students this summer. Click here: http://www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/products/nexis-uni.page to see more information...
When Nexis Uni is released this summer to students, access will be via IP authentication for campus-wide access. Students will be encouraged to register for an ID and password to take advantage of the personalization features of the new product. They can self-register, so no library staff needs to be involved to manage that process.
The current LexisNexis Academic interface will be replaced by the new product by the end of 2017. LexisNexis plans to migrate students over the summer, and at least before the beginning of the fall semester (August). The migration is mandatory. Libraries will be using the current academic product until the migration occurs. The current academic product will be retired at the end of December of this year.
This summer, the Library will be migrating to a more advanced and modern system allowing us to manage our resources much more effectively and provide better service to the Ithaca College community. The migration brings about a few changes in the ways we serve content in Argos, our library search engine.
On May 13, 2017, Argos will be updated with a new look-and-feel. It is the same content, just a different way of searching and displaying our holdings. We currently have the beta version running on our site, if you would like to check it out ( bit.ly/ArgosNewUI ). Feedback is welcome!
We’ll be creating some help guides so patrons can get comfortable with the new display. Look for these soon!
Another change happening on May 13th, is that access to the legacy catalog search (our search interface before Argos) will no longer be available. Since we are moving to a new system, the current system that powers this search will no longer be available. Due to this, links to items in our catalog will also be affected. If you have linked to any of our current Argos or legacy catalog items directly, the links will cease to function at the end of August. You will need to relink to those items after August 29 when their new URLs become available in Argos. Any items that are saved using the My Shelf feature will not be carried over after August 29. We will provide instructions for exporting your saved items before the end of the semester. My own research guides, which contain numerous links to books, will be affected by this change as well. I’ll do my best to update them as soon as I can. Please alert me to any broken links in Fall of 2017.
If you have any questions as to the clarity of this change, please contact me.
Blurb from API’s Need to Know alert:
Want a calmer place to discover and discuss The Washington Post’s reporting? Try this Facebook group (Nieman Lab)
Inspired by public interest in David Fahrenthold’s accountability reporting on Trump’s charitable giving, the Post launched a Facebook group, PostThis, as a place for Post readers especially interested in accountability journalism stories to find them and to ask questions about how the work was done. The group is relatively new and its mandate is relatively open, but so far Post reporters have posted and offered to answer questions on pieces they’ve worked on, writes Shan Wang.
SAVE THE DATE.
April 12. Brave, independent journalists coming to Ithaca.
This year’s Izzy Award ceremony will feature honorees . . .
- ARI BERMAN (The Nation), who revealed the 2016 election scandal of voter suppression targeting people of color and youth
- SHANE BAUER (Mother Jones), who wrote the blockbuster expose: “My Four Months as a Private Prison Guard.”
- SETH FREED WESSLER (Nation Institute Investigative Fund), who exposed neglect and avoidable deaths inside U.S. for-profit prisons designated for non-citizens.
You’ll also meet the creators of a powerful docu-series on US structural inequality, “AMERICA DIVIDED,” which is receiving a special documentary honor. The series illuminated various issues, including environmental racism, worker exploitation, and mass incarceration.
Women March in Seneca Falls 2017 is an opportunity on January 21 to participate in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington to demonstrate the strength, power, and courage of women in America. The March begins at 10am with an outdoor rally at the Women’s Rights National Historical Park, 136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, New York, site of the first convention for women’s rights held in 1848.
Marchers are asked to convene at First Amendment Declaration Park, between Visitor’s Center & Wesleyan Chapel, and wear white, purple or gold hat/cap, gloves, scarves to highlight colors worn by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and activist Suffragists as an instant means of visual recognition of their women’s rights movement.
Historic Seneca Falls is the US Birthplace of Women’s Rights; it was chosen for this local march by central New York organizers as a reminder to EVERY local, state, and national elected and appointed government official that women’s rights activists are carrying on the political traditions of their foremothers. Organizer and event spokesperson, Melina Carnicelli, said, “As a result of the 2016 US election cycle, women are recommitted to be ever vigilant in their political activism. Women, and men, who support the hard-fought gains made over the past 150 years, are watching that rights belonging to women MUST NEVER BE DIMINISHED in our country, only uplifted. We call on all supporters of women’s rights as human rights to walk with us on January 21.”
Marchers will walk the five block route from First Amendment Declaration Park to First Presbyterian Church on Cayuga Street, where Alice Paul in a 1923 speech introduced what has become known as the proposed Equal Rights Amendment. A 2-hour indoor rally at the Church is free and open to all at the end of the march route. The program schedule features speakers and musical performances on political issues of deep concern to activists throughout the United States. “Call to Action” information tables by local civic groups will be located in the annex building adjacent to the Church.
Women March in Seneca Falls2017 is an inclusive march and is free to join.
Event Partners: Friends of WRNHP; Central New York NOW Chapter; Emma Bauso; Designs; Auburn Public Theater; Presbyterian Church, Seneca Falls; WomanMade Products; Planned Parenthood Council of Western & Central NY; Lake Drum Brewing; and many individuals who support this cause.
“We’ve chosen the path to equality; don’t let them turn us around.”
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Over the weekend of Saturday–Sunday, 28-29 Jan. 2017, a ProQuest product maintenance window will launch worldwide to upgrade infrastructure, enhance security, and maintain reliability of your products.
During this 8-hour window, some ProQuest products will be unavailable. While the date and time were chosen to minimize the impact on our customers, we realize that some users may be affected, and we apologize for the inconvenience. Additionally, web-based customer access will be redirected to a webpage stating the planned maintenance times.
- United States (EST): Saturday, 28 Jan., 10:00 p.m. through Sunday, 29 Jan., 6:00 a.m.
The following product will be temporarily offline:
- ProQuest platform (search.proquest.com)
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