Kluwer and brill basic presentation

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Kluwer and brill basic presentation

  1. 1. Kluwer and Brill Kate Jackson
  2. 2. Kluwer• Kluwer Arbitration• Kluwer Competition• Kluwer International journals
  3. 3. Kluwer Arbitration• Conventions• Legislation• Bilateral investment treaties• Case law• Journal articles
  4. 4. You can browse bycategory or use the tabs at the top of the page Search using the simple search box or click through to a more advanced search The latest content is listed as well as a useful news feed which can be set up as an RSS feed
  5. 5. Search using the different fields andthe ‘and’ connector. Use the ‘?’ at the end to see whateach field is and forexamples of format.
  6. 6. The results of the search are listed in the main frame with brief details of each item. You can access the full text by clicking on the title or you can tick the box and use the email selection/print selection boxNarrow your search downusing the filters on the left hand side
  7. 7. Delivery optionsLinks to the different parts of the document Information about the document including the source
  8. 8. Kluwer Competition• Journals• Books• Special categories such as – Anti-trust – Mergers – State Aid – E-Competition
  9. 9. You can browse by category or use the tabs at the top of the page Search using the simple search box or click through to a more advanced searchThe latest content is listed as well as auseful news feed which can be set up as an RSS feed and a blog.
  10. 10. Search using the different fields andthe ‘and’ connector. Use the ‘?’ at the end to see whateach field is and forexamples of format.
  11. 11. Kluwer International Journals• Has links to full text of certain journals• The website lists all journals available but Oxford only has subscriptions to some• Can access these journals from Oxford e- journals
  12. 12. Link through to search the journals List of journal available onthe service (Oxford does not have access to all of these).Click on these to browse the journal
  13. 13. You can search forkeywords or words from the title and narrow itdown to specific journals
  14. 14. Click on the title of thearticle to see it full text. If it says ‘BUY’ under info it means that Oxford does not subscribe to this journal
  15. 15. Brill through Ingenta connect• Collection of journal titles• Search by journal title via E-journals• A large number of human rights titles
  16. 16. Make sure you are signed in as OxfordYou can search using the simplebox or the advanced search butyou will be searching the whole Ingenta Collection
  17. 17. You can browse each title and then each issue. There is also an option to get an RSS feedfor the latest issue or an email alert. ‘S’ indicates Oxfordsubscribes, ‘N’ indicates a newissue and ‘F’ means that this is a free issue
  18. 18. Export options (including selected reference View the managementarticle as a software) PDF
  19. 19. Advanced search allows you to search across different fields and in particular publication. Click on subscribed titles to be notified which Oxford subscribe to.
  20. 20. Subscribed titles will have a little ‘S’ before them

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