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News Archives for August 2016

NEW EResource–Frost & Sullivan

FrostSullivanIn partnership with the J. Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management and Entrepreneurship (TME), UNB Libraries is pleased to advise members of our university community that they now have IP-authenticated access to the Frost & Sullivan database.

This resource, updated as new reports are produced, offers in-depth, full-text market research and strategy reports with global coverage of the following high-technology sectors:

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Automotive & Transportation
  • Chemicals, Materials and Food
  • Electronics & Security
  • Energy & Power Systems
  • Environment & Building Technologies
  • Healthcare
  • Industrial Automation & Process Control
  • Information & Communication Technologies
  • Measurement & Instrumentation

Please note that UNB Libraries does not subscribe to all Frost & Sullivan content.

Our licensing agreement with Frost & Sullivan limits access to current students, faculty, and staff of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University. As such, database login via our UNB Libraries proxy server is required.

If you would like more information about Frost & Sullivan, please contact the appropriate librarian listed below:

Business: Leanne Wells: (447-3075)

Engineering & Computer Science: Saran Croos: (458-7959)

Science & Forestry: Steve Sloan: (453-4814)

UNB Saint John: Linda Hansen: (648-5788)

St. Thomas University: Barry Cull: (458-7057)

NAXOS Music Library

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NAXOS Music Library (NML) is the world’s largest online classical music library. Currently, it offers streaming access to more than 127,240 CDs with more than 1,903,700 tracks of both standard and rare repertoire.

  • Complete Naxos, DaCapo and Marco Polo catalogues via streaming audio
  • Selected titles from over 650 record labels, with more labels joining every month
  • Multiple genres: Contemporary Jazz, Jazz Legends, Folk Legends, Blues Legends, Nostalgia, World, Contemporary Instrumental, Chinese Music, Pop and Rock, Gospel Legends, Spoken Word, Relaxation Music
Access Information
  • 24/7 Access—anywhere, anytime from any computer
  • Access the “service on the go” with the iPhone/iPod and Android mobile app
  • Stream music through the standard internet connection of most phones and tablets with the HTML5 player
  • Unlimited simultaneous users!
  • Search by composer, work, genre, label, or keyword
  • Advanced search: Combine up to 11 search criteria
Extra Functionality
  • Find liner notes for many recordings
  • Create personalized playlists or use predefined Naxos Music library playlists
  • Find playlists for graded music exams (ABRSM, Trinity/Guildhall) in various categories and grades
  • Listen to audiobook transcriptions about the history of classical music and opera
  • Find libretti and synopses of over 700 operas
  • Use a pronunciation guide for composer and artist names
  • Consult a glossary or an overview of important musical terms
  • Find details about analyses of work, instrumentation, publishers, duration, and other information, including available recordings
  • Find classical music podcasts
E-Learning Resources
  • Take Guided Tours through different historical eras of music: the Baroque Era, the Classical Era, the Romantic Era, or explore Nationalism in the Romantic Era
  • Find a wealth of information and exercises designed to introduce the world of classical music to young children, specifically those in Australia, Ireland, Korea, America, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

  • If you would like more information about Naxos Music Library, please contact Leanne Wells, Music Librarian at UNB Fredericton, (506-447-3075). Find additional information about music in UNB Libraries’ Guide to Music.


    For additional help with using UNB Libraries’ resources, consult our online Research Help pages or contact the help desk of any library at UNB.

    You can also Ask Us for help by email, by Instant Message, or by Text (506.800.9044).

Report Of Survey On Library Resources Now Available

A survey was conducted by UNB Libraries in Spring 2016 seeking information on the use of library resources for research and teaching. Participation by faculty was high, and the feedback from the survey confirmed the importance placed on Library-provided access to critical journals and books. The survey results also revealed a growing dependence on streaming video for classroom teaching and a growing acceptance of ebooks. The survey findings have been compiled and the report has been posted to // UNB Libraries are grateful to all those who took the time to complete the survey.

UNB Libraries Delayed Opening – Sept. 6th

Please be advised that on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016, UNBF Libraries (HIL, Science & Forestry, Engineering & Computer Science, and South Gym) will open at 10:00 am in order for all staff to attend a session to prepare for the start of the new academic year.  The Law Library will not be affected.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Library Showcase


University of New Brunswick Libraries Fredericton will host a half-day event designed to introduce and update faculty members to our resources and services in support of their teaching, research, and scholarly output.

There is no cost to attend; however, registration is requested.

Complete Agenda:
08:45am    COFFEE/TEA
09:00am    Welcome
09:10am    Assistive Technologies
09:25am    Scopus
09:45am    American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals
09:55am    Incorporating Librarians in D2L
10:05am    BREAK
10:20am    Scholarly Publishing & Research Data Management
10:35am    Keeping it legal: checking Permitted Uses for Electronic Resources
10:40am    Library Reserves
10:50am    ARTStor: Teaching with Images
11:00am    Archives and Special Collections
11:10am    Q & A
11:30am    Evaluations

If you have any questions or food sensitivities/requests/allergies, please contact Siobhan Hanratty ( or Phil Taber (


During the mid-morning break, participants will have the opportunity to view the newly-renovated study space on the 3rd floor.

This space was opened in the Fall of 2015 adjacent to the Library’s Accessibility Centre and has quickly become a favourite destination for students.