The library’s catalog will be down for testing Tuesday, November 17, 7-8am for testing. Digital resources will not be available during this time. The testing is part of preparations for improving the library’s website and access to our resources. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Currently EndNote X7 is not compatible with Word 2016 for Mac. Thomson Reuters is working on a patch to fix the compatibility issues. You may follow updates on the Thomson Reuters Community page. In the meantime, also check out Thomson Reuters’s compatibility and recommendations for Word 2016 for Mac.
Thank you for your patience during this week’s site-wide access problems. We have identified the root cause and solved the issue. We strive to provide the very best service and availability of JSTOR that we can, and we will continue to do so in the coming weeks as we complete the migration to our new platform. We encourage you to check our platform updates page for information about this work, and to please let us know if any further issues arise.
We appreciate your patience and support. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments that you have. Your feedback is welcome.
Dear JSTOR Participants and Users,
We know this is an especially busy time of year for many of you. We are very sorry for the inconvenience JSTOR access issues may have caused for the past few days. Please know that we are continuing to make progress on restoring full access to JSTOR. At this point, most users should be able to search, browse, and access most journal articles and primary sources on www.jstor.org. Access to books as well as journal content published in the most recent few years may be intermittent.
We will continue to provide updates as we have them through email, social media channels, and on this webpage: http://about.jstor.org/jstor-help-support/jstor-updates.
Thank you again for your patience.
JSTOR is experiencing intermittent, site-wide access issues. They are working to restore stable access as quickly as possible. You may visit the Platform Updates page (http://about.jstor.org/jstor-help-support/jstor-updates) for service alerts about these issues.
Welcome to the 2015-2016 academic year! We look forward to meeting new faces and welcoming back those of you who are returning.
The last year has brought quite a few changes to the David Allan Hubbard Library, and we are excited about how these changes will serve you better. The year has included building new spaces, shifting collection locations, and moving staff to new offices.
The north side (old side) of the third floor has been transformed into the new Faculty Commons. This space now houses the offices of distributed learning and eReserves, and offers meeting space for faculty. The Faculty Commons has already helped to facilitate collaboration among faculty at all campuses and improved the support of faculty with their research and curricular needs. We look forward to continuing to develop the use of this space to serve as a “one stop shop” for faculty. To finalize the construction of the Faculty Commons, a new, permanent wall and door will be installed in the coming weeks.
New Collection Locations
To make room for the Faculty Commons, those print periodicals that may also be accessed online were moved to closed stacks. If you are in need of these print periodicals, they are still available by requesting them from the Information Access Services desk. Otherwise, you may access them through our online databases.
Other collections were also moved to make access easier. Shifts include the following.
- As mentioned, the print copies of periodicals that are available online have been moved to closed stacks. They may still be accessed by request.
- The Darling Foundation Pacific Rim Collection (formerly known as the Asian Christian Collection) has moved to second floor to allow room for expansion.
- All open-stack print periodicals are on the south side (new side) of the third floor.
- Reference materials have been consolidated and moved to the De Pree Reading Room on the first floor.
- Current periodicals are on display in the Weyerhaueser Reading Room on the first floor.
- The newly created Fuller Faculty Publications Collection will soon be available in the center bookshelves in the Weyerhaueser Reading Room. This collection will include all books published by all full-time faculty since the founding of the seminary.
New Staff Locations
Some of the library’s more commonly sought staff moved offices in the last year. Moves include the following.
- Our Interlibrary Loan Technician, Gail Frederick, is now located in an office behind the Information Access Services desk. You may ask for her at the front desk.
- Our Reference Librarian, Bonggun Baek, is now in an office on the first floor of the library, in the Weyerhaueser Reading Room (old side of the building).
- Also on the first floor in the Weyerhaueser Reading Room is Technical Support Services (also known as “Tech Support” and “Help Desk”).
- The Writing Center is now housed in two offices on the south side (new side) of the third floor.
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask any of our library staff. We are happy to help.
As we begin this new academic year, we pray that it will be one of learning, growing, and deepening.
David Allan Hubbard Library Staff