The Japan Times stop to deliver print versions of newspapers "The Japan Times / The New York Times" from today(7/1/2020) in Okinawa. Instead, the online version of "The Japan Times" is available now.
We would like to inform you that ILL service (Inter-Library Loan) will stop effective immediately for COVID-19 infection prevention.
We are pleased to announce that more than 9000 eBooks published by Cambridge University Press (CUP) is available now until the end of September.
We purchased “Cold Spring Harbor Monographs Archive Online”.
We are pleased to let you know that Ebook Access of Oxford University Press is available now in“Oxford Scholarship Online,”until Feb.28, 2021.
Elsevier has created a Novel Coronavirus Information Center with free information in English and Mandarin on the novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV, for the benefit of healthcare professionals, medical researchers and the public.
The following is a list of new and cancelled journals for Year 2020. You can access the full list from here https://groups.oist.jp/library/new-and-cancelled-journals-list
We purchased the following collections, so you can access them at anytime without any restrictions.
A paid trial of Wiley Online Books has started for 6 months, which will be available to you until the end of April, 2020.
The Library has created a new Web form for submitted accepted manuscripts.
We are offering Q&A session on this Thursday Feb. 14th from 1pm – 3pm to answer your questions. Please take this opportunity to ask any questions.
We purchased Springer eBook collections, so you can access them at anytime without any restrictions.
1 month trial of some JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) collections is available to you until November 14, 2018.
A paid trial of Wiley Online Books has started for 6 months, which will be available to you until March 26, 2019.
As of July 25th 2018, the SpringerProtocols.com platform will be deactivated. Content from SpringerProtocols will continue to be hosted on SpringerLink and searchable on our new research platform Springer Nature Experiments, specially designed and optimized for protocols search.
[NEW!] Document Delivery Service (Reprints Desk)
Reprints Desk is a document delivery service which makes it easier than ever before to order documents from anywhere in the system with a click of a button. You can directly search and order the articles you need, instantly acquire PDF documents and pay by direct payment (即支出) each month.
More information can be found from here.
We have arranged another paid trial, “Oxford Scholarship Online,” provided by Oxford University Press for 1 year, until February 28, 2019.
SciFinder Help Desk will be open at the Library Office from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, on Nov. 15 (Wed).
SciFinder is the only research tool with access to the world’s most reliable and largest collection of substances, reactions and references (from both journals and patents). A global network of scientists update content daily to ensure you have access to the most timely and accurate information available.
This collection contains a large selection of multidisciplinary e-books representing a broad range of academic subjects. The breadth of information available through this package ensures that students and scholars will have access to information relevant to their research needs.
On and after Sep 1st, OIST Library is no longer subscribed to Safari Online Books.
However, we decided to purchase highly used books as print books. so please do not worry if you have been using Safari books (Cancelled titles are listed in the File Attachement in the below).
- We have arranged for a paid trial of Wiley Online Books for 6 months, which will be available to you until February 28, 2018.
- You have online access to more than 18,000 monographs, handbooks, dictionaries, companion and landmark book series except Online Reference Works.
- Please visit the link below to see available titles by subject.
Here are the new books arrived at the library. Please add them on your summer reading list.
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It's rainy season in Okinawa. That means it's time for extra reading! Please enjoy these new books at the library.
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National Geographic magazine is now available at the library. It mainly contains articles about science, geography, history and world culture. Tips: Just look for yellow rectangular border magazine!
F1000 is an in-depth directory of the top articles in biology and medicine, as recommended by the Faculty. Like PubMed, you can search by keywords, and you can also browse the entire archive, or just the disciplines and specialties that interest you. New article recommendations are added to the site daily.
OIST Library has implemented "Article Select Tokens" which can be used to pay for full-text downloads from WILEY since we canceled 13 low usage titles from the publisher.