Archive for April, 2008

Library Tip: NIH Public Access — Submission Flowchart

The library’s NIH Public Access Information page has a downloadable submission flowchart.

If your peer-reviewed manuscripts have been accepted for publication on or after April 7, 2008, they must be submitted electronically to PubMed Central (PMC). Download the flowchart or visit our web page for more help.


Taylor & Francis Services Back

The Informaworld (Taylor & Francis) site is now available to access journals.


New Electronic Book from NCBI

Check out this new book from NCBI: Bioinformatics in Tropical Disease Research: A Practical and Case-Study Approach


Taylor & Francis Downtime

Please be aware that Informaworld (Taylor & Francis), one of the providers of our electronic journals, is scheduled for a period of downtime tonight, Tuesday, April 29, 2008 from 11pm until 1:00am to complete some essential maintenance. During this downtime and possibly afterwards, some users may experience impaired performance for a short time. The Informaworld team apologizes in advance for any inconveniences this might cause.


New Books in the Library

Some new books were added to the library’s pharmacy collection.


Library Tip: Help for EndNote Users

A new e-mail discussion list has been created for EndNote users. List members can post EndNote questions; receive news, tips, and other helpful information,;and contact the EndNote instructors at the UTK and UTHSC libraries.


New look for PubMed Results Page

The blue sidebar menu was removed from the PubMed Summary results screen to provide space for forthcoming features. Users will be able to access the sidebar from the [PubMed homepage] (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez/).


NLM Disaster Information Management Research Center

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Library Tip: Micromedex Database

Micromedex drug information database is the second most popular online resource in the library, ahead of MD Consult, CINAHL, and Scopus.

Access to the online version of Micromedex is now available on the library’s home page by clicking on the Popular Resources menu. A link in the library catalog provides access to the PDA version.


Full Text Icons in PubMed Working

The Health Sciences Library’s full text icons in PubMed are now operating properly on Macs (Safari and Firefox) and on PCs (Firefox).