The Public Health Library recently created a web page featuring public health related podcasts, radio, video, and webcasts. Sites on our web page include:
and much more!
Let me know if there's something that needs adding to this page.
We are very excited to announce that two of the Library's licensed databases now include citations further back in time:
Web of Science: The Social Science Citation Index portion of Web of Science now goes back to 1900! (Web of Science includes Science Citation Index, Social Science Citation Index, and Arts and Humanities Citation Index).
Social Work Abstracts: This database now goes back to 1965.
Finding older articles on your topic can provide historical context and a richer understanding. Also, some topics that may seem new and "hot" today have actually been around before.
Other databases useful for finding older articles include:
Many more can be found on the Public Health Library's Indexes and Databases web page.
Workshops fees are available at a subsidized rate of $57 for all UC students (graduate and undergraduate), faculty, and staff. Workshop fees are $224 for all non-UC affiliates. Undergraduate students can apply for financial assistance to take a workshop through the GIF Undergraduate Scholarship Program.
The GIF also offers online guides, fee-based consulting, equipment rentals, and more. Check it out!
CITRIS, the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, is proud to announce the fifth annual CITRIS White Paper competition, which will give away $30K in cash prizes for the best ideas that demonstrate the ability of IT to address a major societal challenge. The IT for Society contest is open to students from all four CITRIS campuses: UC Berkeley, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, and UC Davis. The deadline this year is Friday, March 19 at 5:00 p.m. PST.
CITRIS is interested in stimulating new thinking on a broad range of social benefits of information technology.
The prizes will be distributed at a poster session in late April at which the finalists will present their projects.Details are available on the CITRIS Big Ideas web page. Links to information on past winners (which have included folks from SPH!) are also on this web page.
When importing records with a publication year of 2010 or later, the record in your EndNote library may have a blank in the Year field.
How can you correct this on future imports?
If you use EndNote version X3, the records import the year data correctly.
If you need help with any of this, please contact the Public Health Library.