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Why am I unable to access "Wiley online library" from home

Why am I unable to access "Wiley online library" from home

Trying to access wiley online library databases from home and when i "log in" through UTS server it redirects me to wiley where i am still unable to access articles

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Hi Ryan

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Janice, 1 year ago

Hi Ryan

I need a bit more information about what you are trying to access in Wiley online library. Can you give me the title of the book or journal so I can check for you?

Thanks

Janice

Project Management Journal

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Ryan Robert, 1 year ago

Project Management Journal

Vol 43 issue 4

Project Management for development in africa

There's no problem with Wiley

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Janice, 1 year ago

There's no problem with Wiley Online Library. The problem lies with the tricky confusing world of academic databases. Although Wiley Online indexes Project Management Journal it doesn't provide the full text articles. To find out if UTS Library can provide you with the full text you can click on the SFX link in the record (look around the page for the letters SFX) which will link you to another database which does contain the full text article and/or to the library catalogue which will bring up the catalogue record for both database and print coverage for the journal. 

Unfortunately UTS Library does not have access to the 2012 issues of Project Management Journal. Have a look at the catalogue record here:http://find.lib.uts.edu.au/search.do?R=OPAC_b1275240

If you're a postgrad or UTS staff member you can request the article via InterLibrary Loan: https://www.lib.uts.edu.au/borrow/interlibrary-loans

Hi Ryan, 

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Yu Lee (not verified), 1 year ago

Hi Ryan, 

UTS Library does not have a paid subscription to this journal.  We do have access to this journal from Vol. 28, no. 2 (Jan. 1997) to Vol. 42, no. 5 (Sept. 2011) as a part of our EBSCO package subscription.  But we don't have access to the most current 12 months as there is a 12-month embargo.  In other workds, we will have access to Vol. 43, no. 4 from August 2013, which probably doesn't help you.  

As Janice suggested, if you are a postgrad student, please request the article via Interlibrary loan. 

Best regards, 

Yu Lee

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