The Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library was ranked 14th amongst “the 25 most impressive university medical school libraries in the world” according to The Best Master’s Degrees Reviews and Rankings, a public site that explores and ranks the vast world of Master’s degrees in all the disciplines.
The Web of Knowledge has a new name and a new design. The Web of Science continues to have all the same features and functions as in earlier versions of the product, but has been streamlined for faster and easier use.
A few of the new features are:
- More “Sort” options (A-Z or Z-A by first author, source title, conference title, relevance, times cited and more)
- A direct link to the journal’s impact factor in the Full Record view
- A list of how many times an article has been cited and in what Web of Science databases in the Full Record view
Another change is that the UC Article Linker button is only visible after you click on “Full Text”.
See a quick tour of the new design here: http://youtu.be/Ulfu0njSZN0
On February 1, 2014, Scopus released a new more action driven design. New redesign features include:
- Items or icons will only appear active when an action is performed. For example, the search history on the home page is not shown until a search is performed.
- Export options will be available when results are selected to export.
- Search results are easier to scan with options that appear only when results are selected.
- Author and Affiliation profiles have been condensed to optimize scanning.
- The reference manager Mendeley has been added to the export options.
- Once export options have been selected and saved, the next export can be done with just one click.
Recently AccessAnesthesiology, AccessMedicine, AccessPediatrics, AccessPharmacy, and AccessSurgery moved to a new platform. The content is the same including more than 180 titles including Harrison’s Online, CMDT, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, and more.
New features come with the new platform:
- The ability to move from one Access resource to another easily; just click on the Sites menu and select another resource
- Responsive design for mobile users – the browser automatically adjusts depending on the device
- Create a personal account and set up alerts, create a custom curriculum, or save images and figures and move easily them into PowerPoint.
- Your personal account also enables you to log in remotely to any of the Access resources to which the Health Sciences Library (HSL) subscribes. With a personal account, there is no need to log into the proxy server or the VPN.
In addition to AccessMedicine and AccessPharmacy links on the HSL home page, find links to all the Access resources – AccessAnesthesiology, AccessMedicine, AccessPediatrics, AccessPharmacy, and AccessSurgery on the Health Sciences Library website on the eBooks page and the Point of Care page.
If you have any questions, please contact Edith Starbuck at 513-558-1433 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore this free trial for Anatomy & Physiology Online! This online resource is accessible 24/7 and
includes all a student needs to know and learn for a 2 semester Anatomy & Physiology course. Narrated animations show physiological processes in a memorable way and interactive 3D models can be rotated, layers added and removed, and structures labeled.
Additional Anatomy & Physiology Online features include: Continue reading
Comprehensive Physiology is an authoritative collection of review content assembled in the physiological sciences.
This publication includes the complete content from the Handbook of Physiology series and will be continually expanded through a dynamic program of updates. The audience for Comprehensive Physiology is academic scientists in the life sciences, advanced students in the life sciences and medicine, instructors in these disciplines, and academic clinicians.
- More than 30,000 pages of classic content from the Handbook of Physiology series
- A publishing program that will add 4,000 pages of new content per year
- An editorial team comprising leading names in the field
- Fully citable content, qualifying for abstracting, indexing, and ISI ranking
As part of Research Week 2013, sponsored by UC Health and University Academic Health Center, the UC Health Sciences Library is planning a week-long library research series. Sessions will focus on funding, authorship issues, data management and datasets/tools.
All sessions listed in the Research Series below take place in the UC Health Sciences Library Electronic Classroom (MSB G005G).
Register for the sessions at http://webcentral.uc.edu/hslclass/home.aspx. Walk ins are welcome!
Show Me the Money
Monday, Oct. 21, 1 to 2 p.m.
Find out who funds research studies and trials and get tips for finding these sources.
Manage Your Research Identity
Monday, Oct. 21, 2 to 3 p.m.
Learn to manage your research identity using unique author identifiers. This course will provide an overview of ORCID, My ResearcherID, and the Scopus Author ID.
Data Management Planning
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1 to 2 p.m.
Get introduced to the importance of data management planning with tips for creating a data management plan and an overview of tools in the library to help with the process.
Thursday, Oct. 24, 1 to 2 p.m.
Learn out about data repositories including government data sets, figshare and Dryad.
Thursday, Oct. 24, 2 to 3 p.m.
Get information and training on the use of biomedical and genomic information databases of the National Center for Biomedical Informatics (NCBI).
Off campus access to UC Health Sciences Library resources is available through the SSL VPN (Secure Sockets Layer Virtual Private Network) or the proxy server.
Trial OpenHelix Bioinformatics and Genomics Training
Trial available until September 6th
In our current genomics era, it is ever more critical to access and analyze the vast amounts of data available to the researcher and scientist. However, it is a daunting task to learn how to use the databases and tools that are used to store and analyze genomics and genomics related data.
To help faculty, staff and students quickly learn to use these resources, OpenHelix (www.openhelix.com) has created over 100 tutorial suites on critical databases and tools.
University of Cincinnati has the opportunity to evaluate the OpenHelix bioinformatics and genomics tutorial suites.
The tutorial suites include an introductory online narrated tutorials, which run in just about any browser, can be viewed from beginning to end or navigated using chapters and forward and backward sliders.
In addition to the tutorials, you also receive useful training materials including the animated PowerPoint slides used as a basis for the tutorial, suggested script for the slides, slide handouts, and exercises. You can save time and effort by using these to create classroom content. Check out the quick reference card available for more information!
To visit OpenHelix, login to Off Campus Access. Then visit www.openhelix.com and you will have access to all the features and functions of OpenHelix. You will know you are in the trial if the upper right hand corner says “Welcome University of Cincinnati, Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library users”. Please let us know what you think by filling out the survey available at http://guides.libraries.uc.edu/trials.
If you have any difficulty or have questions and comments, contact Kristen Burgess at Kristen.email@example.com or by phone at 513-558-3071.