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New Grey/Gray Literature Guide

If you’ve had any experiences with systematic review or writing dissertations/theses, you may have heard of grey literature. Grey  literature is unpublished and can be hard to find.   Some examples include: Pre-Prints E-Prints Academic Works Commission Reports Committee Reports White Papers Technical Reports Government Reports Conference Reports Technical Standards Dissertations Theses Working Papers Market SurveysContinue reading “New Grey/Gray Literature Guide”

Scopus Database Now Available

Students, faculty and staff now have access to Scopus. This resource shares some of the same features as Web of Science (WOS), including coverage of both health sciences and basic sciences. Scopus is available both on and off-campus from the Hardin Library Health Sciences A-Z List. Some features of this database include: All of the contentContinue reading “Scopus Database Now Available”

2011 Impact Factors now available

The 2011 journal citation reports (impact factors) are now available in Web of Knowledge. .  The 2011 JCR includes: More than 10,500 of the world’s most highly cited, peer reviewed journals in 232 disciplines Nearly 2,500 publishers and 82 countries represented Over 1,400 regional journals 526 journals receiving their first Journal Impact Factor Access journalContinue reading “2011 Impact Factors now available”

Scopus Trial Underway (concluded)

The Scopus trial has been concluded.  Thank you for participating. Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature with flexible tools to track, analyze and visualize research..  Scopus is strong in all areas of the sciences. Updated daily, it indexes over 18,000 peer-reviewed journals and includes the content from Embase.  The trialContinue reading “Scopus Trial Underway (concluded)”