Due to the publisher’s processing issues, JAMA and the Archives journals are temporarily unavailable. The library does subscribe to the titles in print and any requests through McGoogan Docs will be processed free of charge during this downtime.
We apologize for any issues this may cause you.
TDNet, the company that hosts the library’s Online Journal Finder, will be conducting server tests on Saturday, November 26. There may be times when this interface is not available. That includes the GetIt@UNMC and Check For Full-Text links in our databases.
Full-text journals can be accessed during this downtime by searching for the journal title in the Helix Library Catalog. If you wish to order an article, you can access the order form from the green tab on any library webpage.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The library is pleased to announce a new subscription to the online SpringerProtocols. This collection includes:
- Methods in Molecular Medicine
- Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology
- Methods in Biotechnology
- Methods in Molecular Biology
- Laboratory Handbooks, such as the Biomethods Handbook, the Proteomics Handbook, and the Springer Laboratory Manuals
The SpringerProtocols can be accessed through the Quick Links on library website or by journal title in the Online Journals A-Z list.
“SpringerProtocols is the largest subscription-based electronic database of reproducible laboratory protocols in the Life and Biomedical Sciences…. SpringerProtocols offers researchers access to nearly thirty years worth of time tested, easily reproducible, step-by-step protocols for immediate use in their lab.” — From SpringerProtocols
These resources are available to all UNMC faculty, staff, and students.
The McGoogan Library of Medicine would like to announce the changes to its journal and resource subscriptions for 2011, which can be viewed on our website. Newly subscribed titles will be added to the Online Journal Finder and Helix Catalog as they are made available to us by the publisher.
We welcome any questions or comments regarding our collection decisions. Please contact Nancy Woelfl, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy to Paula Turpen, Ph.D., Director of Research Resources (email@example.com) with any input or concerns that you may have about these changes.
The Helix Library Catalog is now formatted for searching on a mobile device. You can now find out, on the run, if the library owns or has access to a particular print or electronic book or journal from the library’s mobile website http://www.unmc.edu/library/m.
The mobile version of the catalog can only be searched with keywords; hence, when searching for one world titles such as the journals Nature or Cell, all records containing those terms will appear in the results. Getting to the exact title may be cumbersome, as limiters are currently not available. If you have questions regarding library holdings, please call the Circulation Desk at 402-559-4006.