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New Resource: BioOne.1 Journals Collection

The UI Libraries has acquired access to the BioOne.1 Journals Collection. This collection provides full-text access to 108 research journals from 82 publishers, focused on the biological, biomedical, ecological, and environmental sciences.

You can access the BioOne.1 Journals Collection directly from this link: http://purl.lib.uiowa.edu/bioone, or from the A-Z Databases List,  the library catalog, or the Biology, Environmental Sciences, or Geoscience subject guides.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the BioOne.1 Journals Collection, please contact Sara Scheib at 335-3024 or sara-scheib@uiowa.edu.

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SciFinder Non-Java Structure Editor now available

The latest SciFinder update includes a new version of the CAS Structure Editor that does not require a Java plugin. For more information and a listing of other new features, please visit What’s New in SciFinder.

If you would like to learn more about SciFinder, please contact the Sciences Library at 335-3083 or lib-sciences@uiowa.edu.

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IECSC now available in SciFinder

SciFinder’s database of regulated chemicals has been updated with more than 42,000 registered substances from the 2013 Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in China (IECSC). The addition of this national inventory brings the number of regulated substances in SciFinder to more than 300,000.

To learn more, visit http://www.cas.org/news/media-releases/inventory-existing-chemical-substances.

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Scopus Workshop

Have you tried Scopus, our new database? The UI Libraries provide free access to Scopus, an excellent multidisciplinary citation database. Join us for a Scopus Workshop and learn advanced techniques that will help you conduct your research more efficiently and effectively.

Lunch @ the Sciences Library
Scopus Workshop
11:30am- 12:20pm, Wednesday, March 13th
102 SL (Sciences Library Classroom)

In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Access Scopus from off-campus;
  • Use refine options to retrieve more relevant search results;
  • Create reports to analyze your results;
  • Save citations from Scopus to RefWorks, EndNote and other citation managers;
  • Save searches and set up alerts to keep up with the literature in your field;
  • Find the full-text of citations retrieved in Scopus;
  • Get help when you need it!

This workshop is free and open to all UI students, faculty and staff. There is no need to register. You may bring your lunch if desired. Free coffee will be provided. If you have any questions, please contact Sara Scheib at sara-scheib@uiowa.edu or (319) 335-3024.