This page lists any access issues we may be experiencing. If you are having difficulties accessing an eresource, please see our troubleshooting information and report a problem.
10th August - Box of Broadcasts (BoB)
There is currently a small portion (16%) of the archive that is temporarily unavailable during a transfer to new storage. This content is being transferred daily and we anticipate that they will all gradually become available within the next week. Update to follow.
Box of Broadcasts (BoB)
The provider is aware that a small number of users are trying to access BoB using Internet Explorer 10, and some other outdated unsupported browsers, which may appear to work at first, but will invariably interrupt playback of BoB content after 9 seconds.
The provider recommends the following browsers for BoB:
• Internet Explorer 11 (or later)
• Edge 12 (or later)
• Mozilla Firefox 44 (or later)
• Safari 8 (or later)
• Google Chrome 48 (or later)
British National Formulary (BNF) and British National Formulary for Children
Off campus access is currently not working via the login button when trying to access via the publisher's platform. However, it is available via the link on the Library Search databases tab https://www-medicinescomplete-com.apollo.worc.ac.uk/#/
Cambridge Core no longer supports earlier versions of Internet Explorer web browser. To improve your experience when using Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics and also Cambridge University Press journals, please try one of the following options as your web browser:
Chrome (latest version)
Firefox (latest version)
Internet Explorer 10+
Logging on to Cite Them Right
UPDATE: 13 September - Cite Them Right is now available but please note it is still currently not possible to login to Cite Them Right by using the login button on their website. Please login via the following link instead:
UPDATE: 14 August - Cite Them Right is currently not available at all. This is being investigated urgently. Updates to follow.
It is currently not possible to login to Cite Them Right by using the login button on their website. Please login via the following link instead:
EBook Central - multiple page requests error
UPDATE: 28 September - The provider also advises to clear the browser cache.
If you encounter this error when trying to access an ebook from Ebook Central, try disabling your Mendeley browser extension and/or Norton Security Toolbar if you have these extensions in your browser.
Our academic ebook providers are increasingly moving away from PDF to the EPUB format, meaning that as well as the standard Adobe Reader software you will also need an EPUB reader to download some of our ebooks.
One such reader is Bluefire. It works on Windows, iOS and Android operating systems and is free to download. You can download Bluefire on your own devices here or from iTunes or Google Play.
We’re also working with ICT to have Bluefire included as part of the standard University PC image.
If you find a problem with opening books on the bookshelf in Lexis Library, try this fix:
1 Remove the affected book by clicking the X to the right of the title.
2 Click Edit source list to see the list of books available.
3 Find within the tabs in the left pane as to what type of book e.g. Commentary, look in the list for the one that you just removed, put a tick alongside it once you have found the exact title, save.
The book should then function again.
From 31 January 2018 MAG Online Library’s platform will not be available for users with older browsers. Users with modern browsers such as Chrome or Firefox will experience no change in service. Browsers that are known to be non-compliant include Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10; the earliest Internet Explorer version that will support the platform by default is 11.
From August 1 2018, you will need to ensure you are using browsers that support the security protocol TLS 1.2 or later to continue to access Ovid resources. Ovid will no longer support Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10 after December 31, 2018. These browsers are no longer supported or updated by Microsoft and are vulnerable to malicious software.
To accomplish this, please make sure you are meeting or exceeding the browser requirements listed below:
• Chrome version 30 or greater
• Internet Explorer version 9 or greater. For versions 9-10, TLS 1.2 is disabled by default so you will need to enable it in the browser settings if this hasn’t already been done
• Microsoft Edge: All versions are compliant
• Firefox version 24 or greater. For versions 24-26, TLS 1.2 is disabled by default so you will need to enable it in the browser settings if this hasn’t already been done.
• Safari version 7 or greater
• Safari mobile 5 or greater
To improve security and privacy for customers, at the end of December 2018, the providers of ScienceDirect will shut off support for some outdated and insecure web security protocols. End users of ScienceDirect will need to ensure their browser supports TLS 1.2. Most modern browsers support this already, but older versions of Internet Explorer need to have TLS 1.2 enabled in their advanced settings. If you have difficulties with ScienceDirect after this date, please upgrade your browser, or enable TLS 1.2 for older versions of Internet Explorer, in the first instance.