Gmail users: do you find that your Inbox is over-full all the time? The Librarian in Black blog recently posted a link to “10 Steps to a Gmail Makeover” by Lisa Thumann. The tips include color-coding and archiving messages, using Gmail’s filtering feature, and being decisive about deleting messages that are no longer needed (do …Read More »
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Technology in service to the library and its patrons.
As of yesterday (3/16/10), users of PubMed have more options for customizing the display of their search results using MyNCBI. According to an editor’s note added to the March 12, 2010 technical bulletin: The current default in PubMed displays multiple items in the Summary format, 20 per page, and sorted by items recently added at …Read More »
The Wednesday, February 10th Library and Information Technology Forum features Rebekah Grow and Sarah Bosarge speaking about “Turnitin: more than just a plagiarism checker.” Please join us in the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 3515B at 12:05-1:00 p.m. Program Description: Turnitin Originality Checking & Plagiarism Prevention is a web-based …Read More »