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Maximize Your Readership with Open Access | Stephan Arndt, PhD, Psychiatry & Biostatistics

During the month of Open Access week (October 23-29, 2017) we will be highlighting a number of guest posts from University of Iowa Faculty and Staff who have personal experience making their work Open Access. We appreciate their contributions. The first guest post is by Stephan Arndt, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Biostatistics. ProfileContinue reading “Maximize Your Readership with Open Access | Stephan Arndt, PhD, Psychiatry & Biostatistics”

Printing Changes | Fall 2017

Printing prices have been reduced, and color printing is now available on 2nd Floor in Information Commons West. UI students will no longer receive $10/credit per semester for printing, and the price of printing has been reduced as of August 14, 2017. All UI faculty/staff/student printing will be charged to your U(niversity)-Bill.  Guests must continueContinue reading “Printing Changes | Fall 2017”

Residents | Services for You

Hardin Library provides a variety of services to help you succeed! Your department has a specialist librarian Every department is assigned a liaison librarian, who can help you with all of your questions about the library and its resources. Evidence-based medicine resources Hardin subscribes to DynaMed, the Cochrane Library, JAMAevidence, BMJ Best Practice, and more.Continue reading “Residents | Services for You”

Google Scholar | Change settings to find full-text articles

In order to find full-text articles, please change some settings in Google Scholar.   This change is necessary due to the libraries moving to a new electronic management system called UILink. Please use the library link to Google Scholar, so you can be identified as a University of Iowa affiliate. Click on Settings in GoogleContinue reading “Google Scholar | Change settings to find full-text articles”

Sign Up for an ORCID iD–Your Research Identifier

The UI Libraries, partnering with Information Technology Services, the Office of the Provost, the Division of Sponsored Programs, and the Big Ten Academic Alliance are leading an initiative to help all research active University of Iowa staff and faculty obtain an ORCID iD and/or link their existing identifier to their University of Iowa email address.Continue reading “Sign Up for an ORCID iD–Your Research Identifier”

ClinicalKey available for iOS and Android mobile devices

ClinicalKey provides access to more than 1100 medical texts published by Elsevier, articles from more than 500 journals, practice guidelines, drug information, and patient education handouts. Users must log in to (free for UI affiliates) personal accounts to download PDFs. 1. Open the App Store on your mobile device. 2. Search for “ClinicalKey” and install at noContinue reading “ClinicalKey available for iOS and Android mobile devices”

EndNote X7 for MAC now works with Microsoft Word 2016

Good news!  EndNote X7 for the Mac now works with Microsoft Word 2016.  When you open the desktop version of EndNote, it should tell you that that there is an update available, but you can also select Check for Updates in the EndNote X7 dropdown menu.  EndNote Basic (the online only version) will also promptContinue reading “EndNote X7 for MAC now works with Microsoft Word 2016”

2 Minute Medicine now available

2 Minute Medicine is now available from Hardin Library for the Health Sciences.  Go to AccessMedicine, and look under Readings. 2 Minute Medicine®  provides concise, curated, and authoritative medical reports of breaking medical literature as well as seminal studies in medicine.  Practicing healthcare professionals write these reports. Topics include chronic disease, emergency, imaging and intervention,Continue reading “2 Minute Medicine now available”

New journals in Emergency Medicine, Urology, Psychiatry available in ClinicalKey

13 journals were added to ClinicalKey in January.  These titles are new to The University of Iowa: Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging new, 2016- Diagnostics in Neuropsychiatry 2015 – European Urology Focus 2015- Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine 2015-  

January 1, 2013 changes to NCBI Web Pages Browser Support

The National Institute of Biotechnology Information (NCBI) will no longer support Internet Explorer version 7 and Firebox version 3 browsers as of January 1, 2013.  NCBI will also no longer be able to guarantee the browser’s  functionality, as they are no longer going to do any further testing of the web applications.  This means thatContinue reading “January 1, 2013 changes to NCBI Web Pages Browser Support”