Posts with the tag: Life Sciences

IEEE Xplore Discontinuing Support of IE11

Microsoft has begun to sunset support for the Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) browser in August 2021. With that knowledge, IEEE has also decided to discontinue support of that browser for the IEEE Xplore Digital Library as of 31 May 2022. If you are using IEEE Xplore for your research, to ensure an optimal experience, please Read More

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The Archivist’s Nook: Catholic University’s C.C. Chang and Why We Encourage You to Know Him

Our guest blogger is Tian Atlas Xu, who is a student worker at the University Archives and a PhD candidate in US history at the Catholic University of America. His research examines the role of white intermediaries between non-white minorities and the administrative state in turn-of-the-century United States. He has received support from various research institutions, Read More

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Enhance Your Skills with LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning, an upgrade to, is an on-demand library of high-quality instructional videos covering a wide range of skills, from specific software applications to leadership and management skills. There are more than 7,500 courses made up of more than 200,000 video modules, with more added every week. All of the courses are taught by Read More

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Nursing/Biology Library changes

At the end of the Fall 2016 semester, the Nursing/Biology Library currently located in Gowan Hall will be re-purposed, with print books and journals being relocated to Mullen Library. After the collection move is complete, the first floor of the existing Library will be re-opened by the School of Nursing as a learning commons where Read More

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Research methodologies

Open access and social networking readings seem to be coalescing around the “idea” of reading carefully! The Pew Research Center documents that usage of social media is increasing.  Two other articles question whether social media or open access have any impact on scholarly communications. Social Media and Its Impact on Medical Research by Phil Davis Read More

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Get the Most from Web of Science (WoS) + EndNote, February 27

CUA Libraries is providing 2 in‐depth training sessions for researchers; no registration required. Date: Thursday, February 27 Time:  10:00 AM (WoS) and 11:30 AM (EndNote) Location:  Scullen Room, Pangborn Hall, First Floor

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Web of Science New Look

Happy New Year! Welcome to Spring 2014. To access Web of Science, use the link through the Databases tab The next generation of Web of Science went live on January 12, 2014. New short training videos are available. We will be offering training on campus in February – stay tuned. For instruction on Read More

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Engineering & Architecture Library – 200 Pangborn – On the move!

Update 7.1.2013 You may have noticed the boxes! The Engineering & Architecture Library at 200 Pangborn will be closing later this this summer. The library collections are currently on the move! Most Engineering print material is being relocated to Mullen Library. We are boxing, moving and re-shelving the collection at Mullen Library in small sections Read More

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Web of Science Training Sessions, Wednesday, April 3

Recommended for Faculty and Graduate Student Researchers: Check out your clout and influence in Web of Science.*  See who’s cited you, find collaboration opportunities, find funding sources!  Mullen Library April 3 @ 1:00 & 3:00pm Refreshments Provided Stop by for a demonstration of this powerful resource. *Web of Science, an electronic resource,  includes citations and references Read More

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Kimberly Hoffman awarded 2012 Belanger Award

Kimberly Hoffman, Coordinator of Science Libraries, has been selected as the recipient of the Edward J. Belanger Jr. Staff Award for Excellence in Service for 2012. Ed Belanger worked for the Libraries for over 40 years before retiring in 2002 as our business manager. His service and dedication to his fellow staff was extraordinary; and Read More

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