When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the campus shifted to remote work, Becker Library quickly opened up remote (proxy) access to its e-books, journals and databases – which was previously obtained through paid individual accounts – to be freely accessible to all School of Medicine faculty and staff (students already received free access). As it [Read more]
Learn more about the new Web of Science interface, the ORCID Trust Program series and the recent release of the 2021 Journal Citation Reports. Clarivate Analytics recently released the 2021 edition of Journal Citation Reports (JCR). This year’s edition includes more than 20,000 journals from 113 countries across five continents and 254 research categories in [Read more]
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) announced a Policy, Public Access and Data Sharing, for publications and data in 2016 to allow for sharing of data and knowledge about cancer among researchers, clinicians and patients to improve cancer outcomes.
Becker Library now provides students and faculty access to 40 highly recognized titles for Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Surgery, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry.
How can we help patients and research participants better navigate numbers? Here are five tips.
Do you leave marks on your books? Maybe underline a few key words, put an asterisk next to an important passage, or jot down a quick summary of a point you want to remember? If you do, no worries – people have been writing in their books for centuries! Today, we’re going to look at [Read more]