Elsevier will undergo scheduled maintenance on Saturday, August 1 at 5:00 p.m. (CST) for approximately 4.5 hours. During this time, ScienceDirect and Compendex will be unavailable. Access to Clinical Pharmacology may also be affected during the maintenance period.
Web of Science will undergo scheduled maintenance on July 26, 2015. During this time, access may be intermittent.
ProQuest will be updating its systems on Saturday, August 8 from 9:00 p.m. until Sunday, August 9, 5:00 a.m. During this time all ProQuest databases will be unavailable. They include:
* ABI/INFORM Complete
* Aerospace Database
* Design and Applied Arts Index (DAAI)
* Dissertations and Theses @ Wichita State University
* Ebook Library
* HeritageQuest Online
* Literature Online (LION)
* National Criminal Justice Reference Services Abstracts
* New York Times with index
* PAIS Archive & PAIS International
* ProQuest Digital Microfilm
* ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health
* ProQuest Research Library
* Social Services Abstracts
* Sociological Abstracts
EBL platform will be unavailable July 1, 2015 from 4 pm to 10 pm CST, to allow for system enhancements and updates.
This site will come offline for approximately 1 hour at 6:00 p.m. (CST) on 5/21/2015 to allow for scheduled updates to take place.
We have lost access to Philosopher’s Index through EBSCO. EBSCO has been notified and is working to resolve the issue. There is no estimate on when access will be restored.
Update (5/6/15): Access has been restored.
Scheduled System Maintenance: On Monday, April 27th, IEEE Xplore will undergo scheduled maintenance from noon – 2:00 PM. No interruption in service is anticipated.
Access to WebCSD is temporarily unavailable.
Update (4/21/2015): Access to WebCSD has been restored. The Chemistry Library computers will be updated shortly.
OCLC FirstSearch Service will be unavailable Saturday, April 18th at 1AM CDT for planned maintenance. The maintenance install should last approximately 1 hour.
When you use an EBSCO database, you may see a “Redirecting” message but you should then be taken to the database. This is an issue being experienced by libraries across the country. Hopefully, it will be resolved soon.