Full Text Linking
This resource is compliant with the OpenURL standard.
The House of Commons Parliamentary Papers will become Z39.50 compliant in a future release. Information on how customers can configure their Z39.50 software to search House of Commons Parliamentary Papers CPP will become available at the Administrator Resources page.
The House of Commons Parliamentary Papers is not currently a target for inbound OpenURL linking.
MARC records for the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers database can be downloaded from the publisher's Administrator Resources, free of charge.
Keyword(s), paper title keyword(s), session, collection, document type, and year range. Journals and debates can be searched by exact date. The search screen also allows users to limit searches by paper type (House of Commons papers, command papers, bills, reports, accounts, House of Lords papers, private and local bills and acts, journals of the House of Commons, journals of the House of Lords, debates, histories, and proceedings). Results can be sorted chronologically by session date, alphabetically by title, or by relevance.
All fields support use of a truncation operator (*), Boolean AND/OR/NOT, and proximity operators Near and Followed By. (For example, treaty NEAR.5 Netherlands; health FBY.4 housing).
Post Search Options
From a list of results, users can select records and add them to their marked list or add the search to their own password protected work area. From the marked list or my archive users can print, email and download records in a variety of formats, ie plain text, ProCite, EndNote, Reference Manager and RefWorks.
Search History functionality facilitates re-execution and combination of search sets (AND, OR and NOT).
Document images can be downloaded in their entirety or in part in pdf format and document pages can be downloaded as high resolution images.
Usage statistics are modelled as closely as possible on the requirements for web statistics produced by the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC). Though some changes were necessary because of the nature of the database, the publisher has kept to the spirit of the ICOLC requirements.
Customisable usage statistics reports are available to librarians and systems administrators at the administrator resources page.
Authentication is via the UK Access Management Federation, Athens, IP range, Username and Password, and Referrer URL.
The site complies with WAI Priority 1 accessibility standards and some features also contribute towards compliance with Priority 2 and 3 guidelines. For full details, see http://parlipapers.chadwyck.co.uk/infoCentre/access.jsp