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Public Health Library Orientation Session for All New SPH Students 8/23 2-3pm

Did you know ?

  • You have access to hundreds of databases you can use to find articles, reports, and more on public health topics?
  • And ? you can access these from any computer with Internet, anywhere in the world, including (for many resources) mobile devices.
  • There?s an online tool you can use to look up any citation to see if that article, book chapter, book, etc. is available online?
  • The library will try to get for you any article, book, etc. that you want from libraries across the globe, if it?s not available at UCB?
  • You can get help from Public Health librarians on researching your topics, using databases, finding books and articles, and much more?

Do you want to know ?

  • How to see what books you have checked out?
  • How to find course reserves?
  • How to place holds on books someone else has checked out?
  • About software you can use to save and organize citations and article PDFs, and seamlessly integrate them into a Word document using any of thousands of manuscript styles?
  • How to easily keep up with research and news on your topics of interest?

DID YOU KNOW ... That these services are FREE for you to use while you are at UCB?

FIND OUT MORE at the Public Health Library Orientation Session for All New SPH Students

Monday August 23, 2-3pm, 145 Dwinelle Hall

Aug 10, 2010 | Categories: Events and Workshops | msholinb

NIH: My NCBI to Replace eRA Commons for Bibliography Management

The NIH Public Access Policy ensures that the public has access to the published results of NIH funded research. It requires scientists to submit NIH-funded peer-reviewed journal manuscripts to PubMed Central® upon acceptance for publication.

In order to maintain compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy, NIH program directors (PDs) and principal investigators (PIs) registered in eRA Commons must soon manage their professional bibliographies using the My Bibliography feature in My NCBI. As of July 23, 2010, PD/PIs will be unable to enter citations manually into eRA Commons and must use My Bibliography.

For detailed information, see:

Originally published in the NLM Technical Bulletin.

Jul 07, 2010 | Categories: News, Scholarly Communication | msholinb

UCs taking action re: Nature Publishing

UC's letter to Nature

Nature proposed to raise the cost of California's license for its journals by 400 percent next year. The online edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education has an article about UCs negotiations with Nature Publishing Group -- "University of California Tries Just Saying No to Rising Journal Costs"

Jun 10, 2010 | Categories: News, Scholarly Communication | msholinb

24/7 EndNote/RefWorks Help: New Online Tutorials

The Public Health Library has created several brief tutorials that show how to endnote logomove citations into EndNote and RefWorks. They can be found on our EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley Help web page and also our Instructions/Guides web page.refworks logo

Here's what we have so far:

  • Import PubMed Citations into RefWorks (3 min.)
  • Import PubMed Citations into EndNote X3 (3 min.)
  • Import NLM TOXLINE Records into RefWorks (4 min.)
  • Import CSA TOXLINE Records into RefWorks (2 min.)

Other UCB Libraries have also created many tutorials for your "just in time" needs:

Tutorials, on the UCB Library web site

How-to Movies, on the UCB Bioscience/Natural Resources web site

May 13, 2010 | Categories: New Resources, Tips and Updates | msholinb

Summer hours: M-F 10-5

The Public Health Library starts its summer hours soon.

We are closed Saturday and Sunday beginning May 15. We are open Monday through Friday 10am to 5pm starting May 17.

Reference hours remain the same: Monday through Friday 10-12 and 2-4.

Happy summer!

May 11, 2010 | Categories: News | msholinb

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