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What is your Shibboleth Account For?
by Tavistock & Portman Library - Wednesday, 16 April 2014, 06:04 PM

Tavistock & Portman's library subscribes to many online resources like journals, bibliographic databases, etc. To allow you to access them as simply as possible, we use a "signle sign-in" system: Shibboleth.

Using only the login and password of your Shibboleth account, you can access most of the online resources we propose.

Still, the login process of some resources might be convoluted. If you need help logging in, you can check out this page.

And make sure you read the following graphic: it contains all the basic information you need to know concerning your Shibboleth account!


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Studying over Easter?
by Tavistock & Portman Library - Wednesday, 16 April 2014, 04:06 PM

If you’re planning on studying at home over the long Happy Easter!weekend, use our extensive range of online journals, e-books and electronic databases to help you. Click here for more information. Or if you’d like to pop in to pick up a last-minute bit of reading from our shelves, we’re open until 5pm on Thursday 17th April, reopening at 10am on Tuesday 22nd April. But whatever you’re doing, we hope you have a great weekend!

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57 must-read books ­– extra copies now online!
by Tavistock & Portman Library - Tuesday, 1 April 2014, 04:25 PM

The Tavistock and Portman Library has bought 57 e-books from the Taylor & Francis collection, including some of our most popular titles and selected material from course reading lists.

The new e-books allow an unlimited number of users to read online in Quick View mode, plus there’s an option to download the entire publication as a PDF for reading later, making them perfect for using with devices such as iPads.

 Registered library members can keep the downloaded files permanently for their own use - however, duplicating or distributing the downloaded file isn’t allowed as this would breach the copyright licence.

 Accessing the new e-books is simple, users just need their Shibboleth username and password to log in. You can find the titles in the library catalogue here

You can also browse the full list of e-books on the Taylor & Francis website here.
where there are also some additional Open Access publications available.

 These new acquisitions are a valuable and convenient additional resource for library users. A slide presentation on how to use them is available here or ask a library staff member for more information.

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Library Easter Vacation Closing
by Tavistock & Portman Library - Friday, 28 March 2014, 07:16 PM

For details of our vacation opening times please click here

Easter Bank Holiday Closing

The library will be closed for the Easter Bank Holiday

from Good Friday 18 April to Easter Monday 21st April inclusive.



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A Tavistock Clinic Foundation Event
by Conference Admin - Monday, 24 March 2014, 01:04 PM

A Tavistock Clinic Foundation Event

Bigger on the Inside: An exploration of the emotional depths of the Doctor Who television series

Tuesday 25 March 2014, 7.00 - 9.30pm


Fee: £25 (£15 concessions)



Michael Rustin, Professor, School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London

Professor Iain MacRury, Head of Research and Knowledge Exchange, Bournemouth Media School

Margaret Rustin, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Tavistock Clinic

Catrin Bradley, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Tavistock Clinic



Paul Jenkins, newly-appointed CEO of The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust



Doctor Who’s Tardis is famously ‘bigger on the inside’, echoing the insights into the nature of the human mind shared by writers and artists, and by psychoanalysts from Freud onwards. Iain MacRury and Michael Rustin’s recent book ‘The Inner World of Doctor Who’ provides a starting point for an evening to celebrate the achievements of recent series, and to investigate its emotional impact through a psychoanalytical lens.


There will be an illustrated discussion of some of the most powerful recent episodes and reflections from the two authors on themes which resonate in both Doctor Who and clinical experience, and Margaret Rustin and Catrin Bradley will talk about the links between the scope of the recent Dr Who series and the anxieties encountered in the work of child psychotherapists.



The Tavistock Clinic Foundation is a mental health charity set up by the Tavistock Clinic in 1982 and the profits from this event will go towards a planned film about child psychotherapy.




Please book online at www.tavistockandportman.ac.uk/tcf or contact us on 020 8938 2651 to book and pay by credit/debit card over the phone.


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