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Attention EndNote Users: new Full Text link

EndNote program users please update your Full Text Preferences “Open URL Path.”

Open URL Path = http://bit.ly/uu-fulltext

for Windows:  go to Edit >Preferences > Find Full Text

for Mac: go to  EndNote > Preferences > Find  Full Text

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EndNote Preferences, Full Text Open URL

 

We have a new tool, CitationLinker to find full text on campus.  Read more on our blog post.

Questions or need assistance?  Ask Us!

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New Library Catalog and eJournal Citation Linker in one tool!

Campus libraries have a new Library Catalog to find items available from campus libraries at the University of Utah.  The new Library Catalog offers an A-Z (eJournals plus)  list of full text items, as well as a Citation Linker to find online journals, books or articles (copy & paste PubMed’s PMID or the publisher’s DOI number into relevant box.)   See screenshots below.

Library Catalog home screen:

Find items from campus libraries (Eccles Health Sciences, Marriott, and Quinney Law.)  Type titles or keywords into search box to find all items in all formats available from campus libraries.

Screenshot of new Library Catalog. Decembe.r 2014

Library Catalog new home screen. Dec. 2014.

 In search results, check for online full text by clicking on the “View it” link listed below the title.  See screenshot example below:

Example search for the journal title, Lancet:

Screenshot of Library Catalog.

“View it” displays details (year of access & source) for online full text.

Citation Linker   finds online full text items by Journal or Article or Book.  (Please note: Journal is default search.)  See screenshot below to find full text by article:

Image of article CitationLinker

Select Article tab, then paste in PubMed’s PMID or publisher’s DOI number in relevant box.

Clicking “go” then opens new screen: choose “View It” to see full text options and access dates. See screenshot:

Image of Article CitationLinker full text acess and dates.

CitationLinker Article search by PMID opens full text access and dates under “View It” tab.

A-Z (eJournals plus) (replaces previous eJournals link.)  Use A-Z , linked at top of Library Catalog screen, to find eJournals or eBooks by title which are available from campus libraries.

Screenshot of A to Z lis of online full text.t

A-Z list. Browse or find full text titles – journals or books.

Give it a try.

Contact us with your questions or comments:

email:  ehsl-reference@lists.utah.edu

phone: 801-581-5534

 

Eccles Library home page. January 2015.

Eccles Library home page. January 2015.

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Appy Hour, Friday, December 12, 4:30-5:30pm

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Friday, December 12, 2014, 4:30-5:30 PM
Main Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

Relax and chat with your colleagues before heading home for the weekend. Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app.

Featured App: MyFitnessPal

Presentation at 4:45 PM by Lisa Carcelli, Special Project Coordinator, Office of Academic Affairs and Faculty Development, Health Sciences.

Are you participating in the University’s Holiday Fitness Challenge? Keeping fitness and health a priority during the holidays can be very difficult. Come learn about an app that can help you stay on track this holiday season and into the new year!

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Appy Hour Recap- November

minna- novOn November 14, Minna Wang, presented an app that her Bench-2-Bedside team created. The app is called CHIMP which stands for “Cultural Health Intelligence for Medical Personnel”.

We were really excited for their team to present at Appy Hour because they won the Library’s sponsored award for Bench-2-Bedside, the “Sex and Gender Differences Award”. To learn more about sex and gender differences, check out our guide.

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Appy Hour, Friday, November 14, 4:30-6pm*

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Friday, November 14, 2014, 4:30-6:00 PM*
Main Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

Relax and chat with your colleagues before heading home for the weekend. Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app.

Featured App: The CHIMP App

Minna Wang, a University of Utah engineering student, will present The CHIMP App at 4:45 and 5:45pm*.

The CHIMP App was created by a group of University of Utah students during the 2013-2014 Bench-2-Bedside competition. CHIMP stands for “Cultural Health Intelligence for Medical Personnel” and is designed to increase cultural awareness during interactions between health care professionals and patients. The CHIMP App team won the “Sex and Gender Differences Award” during the Bench-2-Bedside competition earlier this year.

Special thanks to our partner, the Office of the Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs, for funding refreshments.

BYOD – Bring your own Device!

Mark your calendar for this time every second* Friday.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/UAppyHour.

*Please note that Appy Hour is the second Friday of the month. We hope this new time with two presentations will accommodate more schedules! The same presentation will be given at both times.

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Appy Hour Recap- October

oct- ehrOn October 10, Swapnil Sawant and Travis Turner, two students from The GApp Lab (Therapeutic Games and Apps Lab) presented two recent projects- Open EHR App and Doodle Health- at Appy Hour. Continue reading »

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FrankenApp- Tuesday, October 21, 5-8pm in Room 25

G4H iconJoin us Tuesday, October 21, 5-8pm in the Synapse for FrankenApp. FrankenApp is the 2nd event hosted by the University of Utah’s Games4Health.

FrankenApp will be a great opportunity for students to win cash prizes by becoming “mad app scientists”. Below are the details.

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Appy Hour, Friday, October 10, 4:30-6:00pm*

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Friday, October 10, 2014, 4:30-6:00 PM*
Main Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

Relax and chat with your colleagues before heading home for the weekend. Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app.

Featured: Open EHR and Doodle Health

Swapnil Sawant and Travis Turner, students in The GApp Lab (Therapeutic Games & Apps Lab) will present Open EHR and Doodle Health at 4:45pm and 5:45pm*. The GApp Lab partners with U-affiliates and industry to create therapeutic games and apps. Open EHR is an app for a patient’s electronic health record. Doodle Health is a website to gather research on medical pictures/icons and their cultural impacts.

Special thanks to our partner, the Office of the Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs, for funding refreshments.

BYOD – Bring your own Device!

Mark your calendar for this time every second* Friday.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/UAppyHour.

*Please note that Appy Hour is the second Friday of the month. We hope this new time with two presentations will accommodate more schedules! The same presentation will be given at both times.

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Appy Hour Recap- September

September Appy HourSince September is National Preparedness Month, Philip Chaffee, our Emergency Preparedness Manager, presented a new app called “In Case of Crisis” on September 5. This app is managed by Phil and his team for the health sciences campus, research park, and University of Utah Health Care (hospital and clinics).

In Case of Crisis contains specific emergency and safety procedures and information. For example, do you know the proper steps to take during an earthquake? Where’s your Emergency Assembly Point (EAP)? All this information and more is available to you on the In Case of Crisis app! Phil and his team will be updating the app continuously and adding more content. Also, a new alert feature will be added to the app soon!

Download the “In Case of Crisis- Education” for Android and iOS devices today!

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Appy Hour- Friday, September 5, 4:30-6:00pm*

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Friday, September 5, 2014, 4:30-6:00 PM*
Main Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

Relax and chat with your colleagues before heading home for the weekend. Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app.

The featured app is In Case of Crisis.

September is the National Preparedness Month! At 4:45pm and 5:45pm*, Phil Chaffee, Emergency Preparedness Manager, will present In Case of Crisis. This Android and iOS app is for University of Utah affiliates about our emergency and safety procedures, alerts, and much more.

Special thanks to our partner, the Office of the Associate Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs, for funding refreshments.

BYOD – Bring your own Device!

Mark your calendar for this time every first Friday.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/UAppyHour.

*Please note that Appy Hour is a different time in September. We hope this new time with two presentations will accommodate more schedules! The same presentation will be given at both times.

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