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In short, most people experience access limitations based on the network to which their computer is connected. Below is a quick breakdown of what can be accessed from various networks.

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AccessMedicine
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UpToDate Online
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American Academy of Pediatrics Journals
Applied Clinical Informatics
Harriet Lane Handbook
Red Book Online
ScienceDirect
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Office of Faculty Affairs features Becker Library Month

November is Becker Library Month for the Office of Faculty Affairs' free weekly lunchtime "brown bag" workshop series, Thursday Topics. The Library is providing the following classes along with free pizza and drinks. Classes will be on Thursdays in November, from 12 to 1 p.m. in the Schwarz Auditorium in the Maternity Building (main floor).

Thurs., Nov. 5
Bioinformatics 101 - Tools and Tricks
Speaker: Kristi Holmes, Ph.D.

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Do you feel like you're overwhelmed with the number of biomedical software programs and databases you encounter daily? Do you have a difficult time knowing how to pick a database and how best to navigate the resource? Join us for a discussion of bioinformatics databases and software tools. We'll introduce Entrez, the integrated search and retrieval system for the major databases at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and we'll also discuss MyNCBI, a central place to customize NCBI Web services. Finally, we'll introduce you to few new tools and tricks which will help make your life easier!
Thurs., Nov. 12
Who is Citing Your Work?
Speaker: Cathy Sarli

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Are you interested in tracking your research by finding out who is citing your work? Knowing how your research is being used in the scientific literature can also be of value for consideration of tenure, promotion dossiers, progress reports, and quantifying the return on research funding or for justification for future funding requests. This session will demonstrate resources and tools that authors can use to track how their research is being used.
Thurs., Nov. 19
PubMed - It's not Google
Speaker: Carol Murray

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While PubMed's query box looks like Google's interface, these are portals into very different worlds. The Web is a huge and amorphous mass of documents connected by links. Google analyzes the links to impose order on the Web. The Medline database is highly organized, and a thorough understanding of its core component, MeSH, a controlled vocabulary, is essential to optimal searching. The National Library of Medicine's PubMed search engine provides access to over 19 million biomedical citations and offers links to many online publications and related articles. Learn how PubMed makes use of Medline's organization in translating your search questions.

For more information about Becker Library month, please contact Kristi Holmes or Cathy Sarli.

 

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The Office of Faculty Affairs' free weekly lunchtime "brown bag" workshops series, Thursday Topics, is offered during the academic year (September through June). Topics focus on communications, mentoring, and teaching as well as other issues that enhance faculty career development. Contact the Office of Faculty Affairs for more information about its programs and services.

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