On Saturday, 1 March 2014 beginning at 11:00AM, Annual Reviews has planned routine maintenance to data storage and their website. They expect the work to take up to 16 hours, during which time you can expect the website to be unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The BioOne website will be undergoing maintenance starting Saturday, 1 March 2014. Scheduled downtime will begin at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time and may last up to 16 hours. During this time content and services on bioone.org will be unavailable.
On Saturday, 1 March 2014, EBSCOadmin will be intermittently unavailable while system updates are performed. The service window is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM EST and end at 5:00 PM EST. Access will be intermittent during those hours. EBSCO databases will not be affected.
ProQuest will be making improvements to its internal systems to accommodate a growing number of users and to reduce the need for future downtime.
To minimize the impact to you and your users these enhancements will be installed during an eight hour window of typically low usage starting Saturday, February 15th at 10:00 pm.
Please be advised that there may be intermittent access issues to Web of Science personalization, EndNote Online, ResearcherID, and InCites during the period of Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM EST through 1400 GMT. We apologize for any interruption this may cause.
Note: This may also affect users signing in with their 'email address sign in' accounts to authenticate to the above resources and Web of Science during this time.
Please be advised that Web of Knowledge will release a new look and feel beginning on Sunday January 12, 2014 at 9:00 AM and ending by 9:00 PM. Web of Knowledge may not be available intermittently during that period. We apologize for any interruption this may cause.
Part of the new look and feel include changing the name of the resource Web of Knowledge to Web of Science, changes to the user interface, and changes to the collection of resources that are searched by default. What was previously known as the Web of Science will be known as the Web of Science Core Collection in the new interface. Complete information regarding the changes can be found in the Release Notes for Web of Science v5.13. Briefer information can be found here. Training on the new interface is available from YouTube as well as live and recorded webinars by Thomson Reuthers.
If you need help accessing or navigating the new Web of Science, please contact us at email@example.com.