ebrary MARC auto-update for April 2015

ebrary MARC record pages were auto-updated on 2015-04-23.

If your ebrary MARC records page did not auto-update on this date, it is most likely because you had manually updated earlier in the month.

You can manually update your ebrary MARC records page at any time by clicking the “Update MARC Data” button.  If there have been any changes since the previous dated/time-stamped line, a new dated/time-stamped line will be created with the additions and deletions since then.

RSS feeds are available for Platform News, MARC News, and Content News.

 

May 2015 STL price changes

Dear ebrary librarians:

The STL price changes that will take effect on May 1, 2015 have been posted. Go to the NEWS tab of your ebrary site to get the details of the changes.

If you use STL, either as part of your Patron-Driven Acquisitions (PDA) program or Extended Access program, these increases may affect you.  To see the full list of publishers who have changed their STL percentage rates,  go to the NEWS tab under the Admin tab on your ebrary site.

 

 

ebrary MARC auto-update for March 2015

ebrary MARC record pages were auto-updated on 2015-03-26 or 2015-3-27.

If your ebrary MARC records page did not auto-update on one of these two dates, it is most likely because you had manually updated earlier in the month.

You can manually update your ebrary MARC records page at any time by clicking the “Update MARC Data” button.  If there have been any changes since the previous dated/time-stamped line, a new dated/time-stamped line will be created with the additions and deletions since then

RSS feeds are available for Platform News, MARC News, and Content News.

 

ebrary sites are back up after an outage on 3/10/2015

ebrary sites were down in the late afternoon and evening of Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (Pacific time).

Our engineers report that the problems have been resolved.  We have tested various sites and they all seem to be operational again.

We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may have caused.

Admins: To add funds to a Fund Code

The actual funds allocated to your PDA account need to be modified by contacting customerservice@proquest.com, but the balance of your Fund Codes are modified by you (you’ll need Admin privileges on the ebrary site).  The two amounts – PDA account balance and Fund Code balance – are completely separate.

To increase the balance of a Fund Code:

  • Go to the “FUND CODE” tab under the “Admin” tab, then click “Edit Fund Code
  • Increase the existing balance by the amount you want to add.  The balance shows the amount allocated to date – not the remaining balance.
  • Make sure the Fund Code status is “Enabled“.  If it is “Paused”, change it to “Enabled”.
  • Click “Submit