Brian Erb from McGoogan Library will give a demonstration on Dec. 9 from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Durham Research Center, Room 1004 showing how to explore the world’s leading citation database with multidisciplinary coverage of more than 10,000 high-impact journals in the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities, as well as international proceedings coverage for over 120,000 conferences. Powerful tools include cited reference searching, Citation Maps, and the Analyze Tool. One of its useful features that PubMed won’t allow is citation searching, that is you can find who cited whom so long as the cited and citing work are in Web of Science. Register online with your university personnel ID, call 559-7284 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Create a searchable database from your MEDLINE, CINAHL, and PsycINFO search results. Use that database to insert citations and create bibliographies in your papers in just minutes. Reformat your paper for submission to a new journal in seconds. Learn how to do all of this and more by attending one of our hands-on, RefWorks Basic Training Classes. Those who attend will create their own RefWorks accounts through the McGoogan Library’s RefWorks site license. The RefWorks Basic Training Class will be offered on:
- Wednesday, Sept. 22 — 1 t0 2:30 p.m. (Instructor Brian Erb)
- Tuesday, Oct. 26 — 9 to 10:30 a.m. (Instructor Cindy Schmidt)
- Wednesday, Nov. 24 — 1 to 2:30 p.m. (Instructor Brian Erb)
- Friday, Dec. 10 — 9 to 10:30 a.m. (Instructor Cindy Schmidt)
The class is open to all UNMC faculty, staff and students. Pre-registration is required. Please e-mail Cindy Schmidt to pre-register for a class or if you would like to arrange one-on-one instruction or additional classroom training sessions.
In order to maintain compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy, NIH program directors (PDs) and principal investigators (PIs) registered in eRA Commons must soon manage their professional bibliographies using the My Bibliography feature in My NCBI. As of July 23, 2010, PD/PIs will be unable to enter citations manually into eRA Commons and must use My Bibliography.
For detailed information, see:
- NIH announcement, My NCBI Tool to Replace eRA Commons for Bibliography Management
- NLM Technical Bulletin article, My NCBI: Managing Compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy Using My Bibliography
To schedule one-on-one or group instruction on the use of MyNCBI, please contact Brian Erb at email@example.com or 559-8079.
MDConsult recently announced that CME credit can be earned through Point of Care and Cyberounds. You must first create a personal account within MDConsult and be signed in to that account during the entire process in order to receive CME credit.
Point of Care CME can be earned when you access information in MDConsult. After you read the information, click the Request CME link to fill out a brief questionnaire to obtain 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from the Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education.
Cyberounds CME contains nearly 200 Grand Round activities within 15 specialties. Administered by the Cyberounds® Committee at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, you can earn up to 5.0 hours of Category 1 credit at no charge. (As of this posting, there have been connectivity problems with Cyberounds).
With your MDConsult personal account, you can also access MDConsult Mobile on your smartphone; however, CME credit cannot be earned from within the mobile interface.
For more information, please see the MDConsult CME website or view this brief tutorial.
MDConsult is available to UNMC faculty, staff, and students.
Archives are now available for the Copyright Essentials for Faculty webinar series that was shown on the Omaha UNMC campus in April. Faculty and non-faculty alike face copyright challenges in and out of the classroom and when publishing research. As part of National Library Week activities, McGoogan Library and the UNMC Compliance Office sponsored a series of three webinars covering copyright and fair use laws as they apply to teaching:
- Copyright for Classroom Teaching
- Copyright Regulation Outside the Classroom
- Faculty Rights Under Copyright Law
Links to all webinars, copies of original presentation materials, and links to surveys for your feedback can be found here (off-campus access will require login). Faculty, instructional support personnel and other academic administration professionals may find the webinars useful. These webinars are available for viewing online until June 22.