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Finding eCounterItems in the Marshall Library

What are eCounterItems?

eCounterItems are scans of book chapters & journal articles found on reading lists. You locate them by following the link from the Marshall's www pages or by using the Newton or LibrarySearch catalogues. If a book has had one of its chapters scanned for a  reading list there will be a link to it from the book's catalogue record. The following gives examples of how eCounterItems display on our two catalogues.

These scans are reserved for one specific group of students only, so if you do not belong to this group, you will not be able to access these scans (this is for copyright reasons!). If you believe that you should have access, or have problems with accessing scans, please contact us telling us which item you were trying to access.

Undergraduate (Economics) eCounterItems

Undergraduate eCounterItems usually incorporate the course lecturer's name in the classmark and appear on the Newton catalogue like this:

Example of eCounterItems for Economics (Undergraduates)

Clicking on the link after 'Links' will take you to the scan of chapter 2 of this book.

The above record is available can be see at http://hooke.lib.cam.ac.uk/cgi-bin/bib_seek.cgi?cat=depfacfm&bib=370396


 

MPhil (Economics) eCounterItems

MPhil economics Counter Items usually incorporate the course code in the classmark and appear on the catalogue like this:

Example of eCounterItems for MPhil (Econ)

Clicking on the link after 'Online' will take you to chapter 4 of this book.

Look at this record in LibrarySearch at http://search.lib.cam.ac.uk/?itemid=|depfacfmdb|461534

 


 

MPhil Development Studies eCounterItems

 Example of eCounterItems for Development Studies

Clicking on the link after 'Electronic access' will take you to the scan of chapter 3 of this book.

Look at this record in LibrarySearch at http://search.lib.cam.ac.uk/?itemid=|collpwdb|655372