Are you interested in knowing which areas of Worcester have the highest rates of hypertension? Or what areas in Central Massachusetts have known environmental contamination? How about visualizing Covid-19 vaccination rates by average income levels in local neighborhoods? We have a resource for that!
Downloading PDFs from the Library's website just got easier! A new feature has been added to the Library website. In the tabbed search box at the top of the home page you can find the "Get PDF!" tab. Enter a DOI or a PMID and in just a couple of clicks you can retrieve the PDF if it's available. If your PDF is not available you can request the article from interlibrary loan.
We’re excited to announce a new update to the LSL website: the A-Z Database list! The new list allows you to narrow down our list of 130+ databases by subject or by database type, which can really take some of the guessing out of your searching. We also included subjects based on your program of study, so you can see which databases your librarians think will serve you best. Still not sure where to start? You can easily reach out to a subject specialist right from within your search, either by using our Ask a Librarian chat, or contacting a librarian directly.
The National Library of Medicine released their newest version of My Bibliography yesterday, May 1, 2019. My Bibliography is an application to help you organize citations from your publications and assist eRA Commons users with managing publication or product compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
eScholarship@UMMS, UMass Medical School’s digital archive and publishing system offering worldwide access to the research and scholarly work of the University of Massachusetts Medical School community, reached a significant milestone when it topped 1 million downloads on February 17, 2016.