By popular demand, Faculty of 1000, a service that provides ratings and reviews of biomedical research articles, is now available to OHSU researchers. How might this be useful to you? Faculty of 1000 acts as a filter, identifying and evaluating the most significant articles from peer-reviewed journals. Papers are evaluated by peer-nominated “faculty,” with the goal of rating research on its own merits rather than on the journal in which the paper was published. Access … Read More
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If you’re a researcher in nursing, the library seeks your feedback on database trials to support a request for funding for an evidence-based point-of-care tool for nursing. Through Friday, April 15, the library has trial access to Lippincott’s Nursing Advisor. Access the trial, and then submit your feedback to help guide the library’s purchasing decisions. For more information about the vendor, visit the library’s webpage.
Great news for researchers: the OHSU Library has added 26 new journal subscriptions for 2011. Journals on the list include the American Journal of Nephrology, Epigenetics, and Pharmacopsychiatry. All journals—both new and existing—are available in electronic format and accessible via the library’s catalog. View the full list of new journal subscriptions. Questions? Contact Emily McElroy, Head of Content Management & Systems at 503 494-6659.
The OHSU Library has canceled its subscriptions to hard copies of several scientific journals due to a 30 percent increase in the cost of electronic journal subscriptions for the next fiscal year. Library users will still be able to access all canceled journal articles electronically. For more information and a list of canceled journals, visit the Scholarly Communication website.
As we mentioned in a previous post, the NIH has been working to phase out the manual entry of publication data in eRA Commons. In its place, the NIH introduced a new tool in My NCBI called My Bibliography. Citations that have been manually entered into Commons will be unavailable as of October 22, 2010. To keep your manually entered citations, it is crucial that you transfer them to your My NCBI account. View demos … Read More
Are you are an author, do you have interest in open access practice and policy, or do you want to hear more about issues concerning information sharing and publication? If so, join OHSU Scholarly Communications on Friday, October 22 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in BICC 429 for the 2010 Open Access Week Seminar, “Rights Well: Resources for Maintaining Your Rights as an Author” by Faye Chadwell. Faye A. Chadwell is the Interim University … Read More
Are you an OHSU investigator that needs help with the NIH Public Access Policy? Look no further than the OHSU library. Librarians at OHSU are working hard to keep up with the policy and with manuscript submission tools. They’ve also recently updated their NIH Public Access Policy web page, where you can go to find a list of frequently asked questions and even schedule a consultation with a librarian. Remember, to be in compliance with … Read More