Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Presenter: Emmanuel Onwuachi
Location: Street Level Classroom
Using PubMed tags(filters) to search for relevant articles.
Contents: Abstracts, full text, general reference, journals, magazines
Access Level: Fee-based member, Free, Licensed, Non-registered TMC User, On-Site Visitor, Online Visitor, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User, TMC Clinical Partner User, TMC Non-Academic User
Descriptions: Browse thousands of scholarly journals and create a personal bookshelf of favorite titles. This application is available from the TMC Library and is free to our users. This application creates a virtual bookshelf that’s easy to read and sort, lets you save articles for offline reading, and alerts you when new articles are available in your favorite journals. It’s easy to save articles for offline reading and exporting to Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox and other services.
Provider: National Library of Medicine
Contents: Abstracts, Bibliographic Records, Citations, index, links to full text, search engine
Access Level: Fee-based member, Free, Non-registered TMC User, On-Site Visitor, Online Visitor, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User
Descriptions: PubMed is a service of the US National Library of Medicine and includes millions of citations from health and life sciences journals from the present back to the 1950s. It includes selective indexing from the Index to Dental Literature and the International Nursing Index. When accessed by TMC Library's authorized academic users , PubMed links to the full text of thousands of articles in subscribed journals. For all who access it, PubMed also links to thousands of open-access articles, either directly via publisher sites or via its PubMed Central repository.
Keywords: biology, biomedical research, dentistry, life sciences, medicine, nursing, pharmacology, veterinary medicine
Contents: citation management software, Citations, mobile access, tutorials
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User
Descriptions: RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic management tool that enables users to organize and create a personal database online, format bibliographies and manuscripts, and import references from a variety of databases using the already-created Import Filters. Users can establish links to RSS feeds and import data from those feeds directly. RefWorks automatically creates author, descriptor and periodical indexes when importing data. It can be used across multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Unix. Individual sign-up is required. For RefWorks tutorials in video format, click here. Training videos on Flow, the tool available from Summon, can also be found at the above link. If you are prompted for a Group Code while using RefWorks, you can find it in your original sign-up email from RefWorks; if you didn't save it, please contact us for that information. RefWorks is available in mobile format; see "RefMobile". NOTE: You can retain access to your RefWorks account indefinitely after graduation or departure from your TMC academic institution!
Keywords: faculty, publishing, research, student
Provider: University of Nottingham (UK)
Contents: brief records, general reference, index, standards, summaries
Access Level: Fee-based member, Free, On-Site Visitor, Online Visitor, Open Access, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User, TMC Non-Academic User
Descriptions: SHERPA/RoMEO and its companion sites make up a useful, frequently-updated reference suite on open-access scholarly publishing and archiving rules for text and data. Specifically, RoMEO is a resource for looking up publishers' copyright policy information; SHERPA/FACT is the Funders' and Authors' Compliance Tool, and SHERPA/JULIET is the resource for information on research funders' (like NIH or National Science Foundation) open-access policies: what may or must be archived in an open-access repository, the stage of publication at which the work may be deposited, and guidelines for when the material must be made publicly available.
Keywords: data, data archiving, datasets, open access publishing, research funding, scholarly communication, scholarly publishing