Free Access to International Monetary Fund’s eLibrary

The IMF eLibrary is free to browse or download over 21,000 articles, books, working papers and studies, data and statistical tools. Access it via the A-Z Online Resources or your Library Subject Guide. You will find information and perspective on macroeconomics, globalization, development, trade and aid, technical assistance, demographics, emerging markets, policy advice, poverty reduction, […]

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Problems Exporting to RefWorks

There is a problem exporting to RefWorks from databases supplied by EBSCO and Ovid. RefWorks are aware of this issue and are working to fix it. Databases affected include: Business Source, Cinahl, Historical Abstracts, Medline, Philosophers Index, Psycarticles, Psycinfo and SPORTDiscus. An alternative method in the meantime is to export a RIS file and separately […]

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EndNote for Your Own Computer

The long awaited EndNote installation for personal devices is now available for Windows machines. See further guidance at https://libguides.stir.ac.uk/endnote/personal and request your download via UniDesk (Portal > UniDesk > IT >Software/Apps for your laptop). Additionally, the upgrade to EndNote X9.2 for University machines is available from the Software Center. X9.2 fixes an annoying bug with […]

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Autumn Reading for Students

Resource lists are a great way to make sure the Library has all the materials on student reading lists. Teaching staff can request the creation of a reading list by completing our handy UniDesk Form, stir.ac.uk/2hd and the Library will do the rest. We will order books, obtain digital copies of articles, update broken web links and publish the […]

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