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Essential Science Indicators (ESI) for the Global Research Perspective

Essential Science Indicators, or ESI, is an interactive database from Clarivate (publisher of Web of Science and Journal Citation Reports) which reveals emerging science trends as well as influential individuals, institutions, papers, journals and countries in any chosen field of research. With in-depth statistics and visualization tools based upon the Web of Science’s 12 million articles… Continue Reading Essential Science Indicators (ESI) for the Global Research Perspective […]

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Most Expensive Journals at the TMC Library

Non-librarians often have the mistaken idea that because a publication is online it is cheaper than print, and that libraries actually save money by going fully digital. The truth is, academic libraries pay many, many more times above list price for providing the convenience of online institutional access, and the prices increase each year. We hope the… Continue Reading Most Expensive Journals at the TMC Library […]

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Future Medicine is here!

The TMC Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of fifteen new Future Medicine journals. Future Medicine is a journal package from the Future Science Group (FSG), an independent publisher based in London with journals in cutting-edge areas of what it calls “post-genomic scientific and medical information.” Titles include: Biomarkers in medicine Epigenomics Future cardiology Future microbiology… Continue Reading Future Medicine is here! […]

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The Open Access Citation Advantage

A recent article (Langham-Putrow, A., Bakker, C., & Riegelman, A. 2021) published in an Open Access (OA) journal has confirmed that OA articles are cited slightly more often in scholarly publications than those articles available only through paid access. It has long been suspected that articles published in Open Access journals had more reach than… Continue Reading The Open Access Citation Advantage […]

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Know your Medical Societies and Associations

In 1660, Sir Christopher Wren founded the first “invisible college of natural philosophers and physicians” known as the “Royal Society of London,” even though its members were not royal. Membership was by invitation only, and therefore a highly selective and elite bunch. Since that time, there has been an explosion of professional medical societies and their… Continue Reading Know your Medical Societies and Associations […]

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Computing, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in IEEE Xplore

Anyone working in the field of advanced computing in the sciences, data visualization, computer analysis, 3D modeling or simulations, computational algorithms based on physics, artificial intelligence, robotics or image processing will find valuable content in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and other partners, the IEEE… Continue Reading Computing, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in IEEE Xplore […]

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Classic & Current Titles on Palliative and End-of-Life Care

The TMC Library offers browseable sub-collections on select topics to make it easy for users to obtain an overview of titles in certain areas.  One such sub-collection is on Palliative and End-of-Life Care. This topic is sometimes overlooked, or not given the attention it deserves, because it may be regarded as indicative of a failure to successfully treat… Continue Reading Classic & Current Titles on Palliative and End-of-Life Care […]

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) titles in Access Medicine

Medical publishers are expressing their commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to meet the medical needs and perspectives of all people. DEI texts are titles either entirely on these subjects or standard medical textbooks which include chapters on DEI topics. DEI topics include: racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare, transgender and gender health, sexual and gender health for minorities,… Continue Reading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) titles in Access Medicine […]

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