F1000Prime has re-branded itself as Faculty Opinions. Although the name has changed, Faculty Opinions remains the same tool that many of you use to “remain current” with the published literature. Faculty Opinions is an article recommendation service to help you discover the articles you shouldn’t miss – powered by a faculty of over 8,000 leading …Read More »
Category Archives: Research Databases
PubMed’s newly designed interface will become the default view for all users beginning on May 18, 2020. The functionality is similar to what you’re used to, including Clinical Queries, Advanced Search, Saved Search, Search History, Single Citation Matcher, and the ability to sign into your MyNCBI account. In addition, any previously saved searches or alerts …Read More »
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 …Read More »
Eccles Health Sciences Library now offers access to Ovid MEDLINE ® to the University of Utah community for expert searching in the biomedical literature. The Library’s expert searchers are available to collaborate- ask us. Ovid MEDLINE ® covers the international literature on biomedicine, including the allied health fields and the biological and physical sciences, humanities, …Read More »
New and improved method for finding full-text articles from PubMed. Update your bookmarks and your MyNCIB preferences.
Another reason to upgrade your Internet Explorer version 8, IE8 Web browser. IE11 is latest version as of August 2015. Scopus will cease support of IE 8 on October 1, 2015. Scopus is one of the crucial research databases provided by campus libraries.
Changes to PubMed interface to be aware of.