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EXPANDED Access to Web of Science – Available Now at the U!

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Web of Science, a multidisciplinary database that indexes scholarly journals, is now available from anywhere and everywhere on campus – and you can even access this database remotely (after first connecting using the EZProxy or VPN).

Previously only available from within the confines of the Marriott Library building, the university’s access to Web of Science has now been made available to all faculty, staff, and students – regardless of physical location.

The Web of Science Core Collection provides access to:
• Science Citation Index Expanded (1900 – present)
• Social Sciences Citation Index (1900 – present)
• Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975 – present)
• Emerging Sources Citation Index (2015 – present)

These ISI citation databases are multidisciplinary collections of bibliographic information indexed to be searched by subject, author, journal, and/or author address. They can also be searched for articles that cite a known author or work. Cited reference searching allows use of a given work as if it were a subject term, to identify more recent articles on the same topic.

Want to Learn More?  Check out these tutorials:

Web of Science Quick Tour

Quick Tour

 

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Search Tips

More information and training is available here.  Or contact the Library for assistance.

 

 

 

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Special Events This Week at EHSL

Join us for a packed week of special events at Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL)!

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Free Yoga at Eccles Library – TWO times for Fall 2016

Join us for free yoga at the Eccles Health Sciences Library from August 31-December 15 on:

  • Wednesdays, 12-1pm, on the Garden Level
  • Thursdays, 7-8am, on the Garden Level

Drop by for one event or attend all of the free yoga events! This is a great opportunity to stretch and relax during the workday.

Please bring your own mat. If you forget your mat, we have 3 mats available for check-out at the Front Desk. Continue reading »

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Art Aloud: Sept 14, 12-1pm

art aloudJoin us for our second Art Aloud event on Wednesday, September 14th, 2016, 12:00 – 1:00 PM on the Garden Level of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library. There will be food, friendly company, and the electric energy that comes from sharing original work.

RSVP: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QXDJ2CL

Art Aloud is a spoken word art cafe where you can relax in a casual atmosphere among friends, enjoy refreshments, and sign up for a place at the mic. Art Aloud is open to anyone affiliated with University of Utah Health Sciences: students, faculty, staff, patients and families. Read your own piece or that of a favorite author. Just show up, sign in, and open your mouth! All forms of spoken art are welcome, five minutes or less in length (~ 750 words).

Co-sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, the Office of Health Equity & Inclusion, and the Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities, Department of Internal medicine, School of Medicine.

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EHSL is hiring a Sr. Web Designer!

The faculty and staff of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) at the University of Utah invite applications for a Sr. Web Designer.

The successful candidate designs and constructs web pages/sites for the Eccles Health Sciences Library and its related projects including incorporating graphic user interface (GUI) features and other techniques. Maintains and provides ongoing design of the websites, promos, and ad banners. Works with a web development team to create and enhance websites and applications on informational and educational topics. Actively pursues opportunities to work with stakeholders to improve site usability and user experience.

This job requires:

  • Proficiency in modern HTML/CSS.
  • Working knowledge of the Linux development environment and associated tools.
  • Familiarity and experience with Apache, NGINX, PHP, Javascript, Python/Django, jQuery, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and GIT.
  • Working knowledge of common frameworks such as WordPress and Drupal.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite or similar.
  • A solid understanding of web application security, session management, and development best practices.
  • Strong organizational skills to manage multiple tasks with timeline constraints.
  • Requires creative problem solving and presentation skills
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work closely with internal and external stakeholders to improve web presence

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Eccles Library Open House August 15th

Open House Flyer V2Save the date for the Eccles Library’s Open House on August 15th. Drop by between 11am – 1pm to discover the new spaces and services available at the Library!

Check out the Synapse on the Garden Level, the Ideation Studio on the Main Level, the National Library Of Medicine exhibit “And there’s the Humor of it: Shakespeare and the Four Humors” on the Upper Level.

Reconnect with your colleagues, and learn about new opportunities for partnerships!

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And there’s the Humor of it: Shakespeare and the Four Humors

Shakespeare Humors PosterSpencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) is pleased to present the latest traveling exhibition from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health and the Folger Shakespeare Library:

And there’s the Humor of it:
Shakespeare and the Four Humors
On display July 26 – September 2, 2016
Upper Level, EHSL

Please mark your calendars for two special exhibit-related events:

Visit the exhibit and tour the Library to discover the new spaces and services available! Light snacks will be served.

Open House
Monday, August 15, 2016 at 11AM – 1PM
Meet at the Main Level, EHSL

Then join us for a special Evening Ethics discussion. Light refreshments will be served and CME credit is offered. Download the flyer for more information.

“Melancholia Revisited: Humoral Psychology in Shakespeare’s Plays”
with Mark Matheson, D. Phil
Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 5:30PM – 7PM
History of Medicine Room, EHSL

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Ideation Studio Opens!

Ideation StudioThe first step of innovation is generating an idea or identifying a problem that needs solved – the ideation phase. While the University of Utah offers innovators spaces to fabricate prototypes and create sample devices, there are few spaces that support true design thinking or idea generation and sharing. To meet this gap, the EHSL just opened a new Ideation Studio, a brainstorming space that University personnel can reserve using the Synapse scheduling process.

This Ideation Studio is located on the south end of EHSL’s Main Level, and provides a mobile whiteboard walled space to invite groups or individuals to gather. Flow chart tools and other mind-expanding widgets may be borrowed from the Front Desk. Continue reading »

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Center for Open Science Workshops

COSWorkshopFollowing the discussions at the Research Reproducibility Conference, the Center for Open Science and The University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library are hosting free, practical, hands-on workshops to create more rigorous, open, impactful, and reproducible research. Join April Clyburne-Sherin, MS for a half-day on November 15, 2016 focusing on concrete steps to increase openness and reproducibility in health science and quantitative research. Continue reading »

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Conference Announcement & Call for Posters

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Conference Announcement

We are pleased to announce the Research Reproducibility Conference speakers have been confirmed.

The Priscilla M. Mayden Lecturer: Hilda Bastian
A long-time consumer advocate in Australia, whose career turned to analyzing evidence, communicating about it, and working to make it more accessible, Hilda Bastian now works at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the US, at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) in the National Library of Medicine (NLM). She is editor of PubMed-related projects on clinical effectiveness and post-publication evaluation, PubMed Health and PubMed Commons. [click here for full bio]

Featured Speaker: David Moher
A senior scientist, Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, and Associate Professor, School of Epidemiology, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, where he holds a University Research Chair, Dr. David Moher is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Systematic Reviews and serves on the editorial boards of several journals; he is a member of PLoS ONE’s Human Research Advisory Group. One of Dr. Moher’s research foci is journalology (publication science). He spearheaded the development of the CONSORT and PRISMA Statements, and has been involved with several other reporting guideline initiatives. He is leading a program to develop core competencies for medical journal editors. [click here for full bio]

The Clifford C. Snyder M.D. & Mary Snyder Lecturer: John Ioannidis
Currently the C.F. Rehnborg Chair in Disease Prevention at Stanford University, John Ioannidis is Professor of Medicine, and of Health Research and Policy, and Director of the Stanford Prevention Research Center at the School of Medicine; Professor of Statistics (by courtesy) at the School of Humanities and Sciences; one of the two Directors of the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford; and Director of the PhD program in Epidemiology and Clinical Research. The PLoS Medicine paper on “Why most Published Research Findings are False,” has been the most-accessed article in the history of Public Library of Science (exceeding 1.5 million hits). The Atlantic selected Ioannidis as the Brave Thinker scientist for 2010 claiming that he “may be one of the most influential scientists alive”. [click here for full bio]


Call for Submissions

The Research Reproducibility Conference will bring together researchers, students, and administrators for a frank discussion on how institutions can support research reproducibility and make more research true. We hope to further the dialogue around open science, open data, transparency, and good research practices. The conference will be held November 14-15, 2016 at The University of Utah S. J. Quinney College of Law.

Submit your proposal for the Poster Session, which can consist of completed or in-progress projects that reflect the pursuit of making research true. Suggested topics can include, but are not limited to:

  • Case study of large-scale collaborative research
  • Adoption of replication culture and its impact
  • Research illustrating a lack of reproducible research in your field
  • Registration of studies, protocols, analysis codes, datasets, raw data, and results
  • Examples of use or sharing of data, protocols, materials, software, and other tools
  • Reproducibility practices
  • More appropriate statistical methods
  • Work in standardization of definitions and analyses
  • Improvement of study design standards
  • Improvements in peer review, reporting, and dissemination of research
  • Better training of scientific workforce in methods and statistical literacy

Presenting a poster is a great opportunity, especially for students and new researchers, to obtain interesting and valuable feedback on ongoing research from conference attendees. We strongly encourage student and industry submissions. A Best Poster Award will be presented based on the quality of research work, poster design, and oral presentation.

Deadline to submit posters is July 31st, 2016.

See more information here: http://campusguides.lib.utah.edu/UtahRR16/proposals

This conference is sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Vice President for Research. Explore the program here and click here to register. Information about travel and hotels can be found here. All other questions can be found under FAQ.

Conference hashtags: #UtahRR16 #MakeResearchTrue

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