How easily can you locate your data files when you need them? Is your data being backed up? Do you know where to find those backups? Have you discussed data management with your advisor or is there a lab-wide data management plan?
eScholarship@UMMS, UMass Medical School’s digital repository and publishing system for scholarly publications authored by the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) community, reached a significant milestone when it topped 2 million downloads on February 3, 2020. We are grateful to our UMMS authors, whose open access materials reach users in 225 countries.
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.
In case you missed it, here are five of the major developments in open data and data sharing for medical and biomedical data in the United States from the past year:
Altmetric badges are appearing everywhere! On journal websites, UMass Profiles, department websites, and other online locations. But how do you see all the Altmetric badges for yourself or your department all in one location and look at the details of who is talking about your research? The solution: Altmetric Explorer for Institutions!
The Lamar Soutter Library and the Graduate School of Nursing are pleased to announce that they have developed a new submission and approval process for electronic dissertations at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Lamar Soutter Library, in cooperation with UMMS IT, is happy to announce that Altmetric Explorer for Institutions (EFI) is now available to the UMMS community!
Streams of Consciousness, an open access literary e-journal featuring works of poetry, prose, and photography by members of the UMass Medical School community, has published its first issue.
Open Access Week is just around the corner! From October 23 – 27, the library will be hosting fun and practical events to celebrate! The theme of this year’s Open Access Week is “Open In Order To ________.” Why do you support Open Access?