Beginning this week, all library materials may be renewed online as well as in person.
You will learn how to use tools such as Ulrichs, Journal Citation Reports, Web of Science, and Scopus to determine the impact factor that journals, articles, and authors have had on a particular field.
Impact factors, Eigenfactors, and H-indices will also be discussed.
This session will be held Wednesday, April 22, from 10-11am in East Information Commons, Hardin Library.
This class focuses on tips and techniques for carrying out a successful literature search in support of a systematic review.
This class meets Wednesday, April 22 from 12-1pm in Information Commons East.
Can’t make this time? Request a personal session of this or any of our other workshops online.
Learn how to use EndNote Basic at our free workshop on Tuesday, April 21.
EndNote Basic is a web-based citation management software available free to download.
EndNote Basic lets you import, organize and format citations for papers or articles. You can format your citations in seven different styles, including MLA and APA.
The workshop will be held in East Information Commons, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, from 10-11am.
Get an introduction to standards and specifications. Learn how to find a wide variety of standards including:
Learn to search our new database, TechStreet, to find these standards online and more. Taught by Kari Kozak, Head, Lictenberger Engineering Library.
Tuesday, April 21
3-4pm, East Information Commons, 2nd Floor, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences.
This class will provide a framework for developing a literature search for a systematic review. Topics will include the following: standards and criteria to consider, establishing a plan, registering a protocol, developing a research question, determining where to search, identifying search terms, reporting search strategies, and managing references.
Our next session is Wednesday, April 15, 12pm-1pm, Information Commons East
Due to technical difficulties, UBorrow is temporarily not available. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have everything working soon. In the meantime, please place your requests through the Interlibrary Loan system: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/hardin/illa/.
The University of Iowa History of Medicine Society invites you to attend the R. Palmer Howard reception, dinner, and presentation on Friday, April 24, 2015. Alain Touwaide of the Smithsonian Institution will speak on Medicinal Plants of the Mediterranean : A Unique Tradition. The event will be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Downtown Iowa City, beginning at 6pm. Reservations and payment are due by April 17. ( printable registration form, including menu) Physicians of Antiquity collected information about the therapeutic uses of natural resources, particularly plants. This knowledge, best illustrated by Hippocrates, Dioscorides and Galen, was handed down through centuries from one generation and one culture to another in an uninterrupted chain. Touwaide will illustrate this unique phenomenon by following the legacy of Antiquity in its odyssey around the Mediterranean until the dawn of Modern Science, focusing on exceptional and ordinary books that transmitted this legacy.
Hardin Library for the Health Sciences will be open regular hours this weekend.
Saturday, April 4th 10am-6pm
Sunday, April 5 12pm-12am
Monday, April 6 library opens at 7:30am
We adopted new authentication software for our interlibrary loan/document delivery services library-wide. Due to the change in software, all users will be required to register with the system once again. Your borrowing history has not been lost! Within 1-3 business days after re-registering, your new account will be merged with your old account and you will be able to view your history.
The new software will allow users to place requests from databases using prepopulated request forms without the need to open a new tab and log into the system. The software also allows for better authorization of users within our system.
Note that you will see a new pick-up library location titled ‘Office Delivery’ when you re-register. We will be mailing interlibrary loan items to office locations for users that request this option. If you choose office delivery, please be certain that your campus address is correct!
We are experiencing several issues surrounding the migration to the new software, and our staff are working to resolve these as quickly as possible.