John P. Bourgeois, our Public Health Liaison Librarian, has created a short video tutorial describing what Peer Review is and how to find journals using the LSUHSC Libraries’ Discover Service. If you are looking for articles for a paper and don’t know where to start, you want to learn how to use our Discovery search bar, or if you simply want a refresher, watch this short video!
Come on in if you need assistance navigating through the library’s webpage. You will learn how to:
- Set up a PIN for off-campus access
- Refworks – web-based bibliography and database manager
- Explain Interlibrary Loan (ILL) services
- Catalog searches
- Databases: PubMed and Ebscohost
Date: January 30th 2015
Time: 10-11:30 am
To register call 504-568-6100 or e-mail email@example.com.
On Friday January 9th, from 10am – 11:30am, Nicole G. Hammill will present Grants.gov. The presentation will provide an overview of what Grants.gov is and expand on making grant applications to federal agencies. It will be held in Room 303 of the Lions Building.
Ever wonder where to start for a research project or just curious about the numerous resources that the library has to offer for your field of study? Check out the subject specific LibGuides. You never know what new resources, tools and tips you’ll come across!
The most recent publication is LibX, which is an add-on for Firefox and Google Chrome that allows you to search the libraryÔÇÖs catalog, as well as many other various databases in a slightly different way. It is quite convenient and saves a few steps in unearthing material for your research.
Confused about how library databases work? This short video from RMIT University in Australia explains library databases from a student’s perspective.
For subject guides from LSUHSC Library, visit http://libguides.lsuhsc.edu/
Did you know that our School of Nursing is the only JoAnna Briggs Institute affiliate center in Louisiana? Through this affiliation we implement the Louisiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing at LSUHSC-NO School of Nursing: An Affiliate Center of the Joanna Briggs Institute.?á ?áThe Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) is an international not-for-profit, membership based, research and development organisation based within the within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.
One of the main ways JBI supports nursing research is by providing ?áthe best available evidence to inform clinical decision-making at the point of care. Watch this video to see how JBI COnNECT+ can make your life easier.
Our next installment of 2 Minute Tips reveals the steps to access a database like PubMed or CINAHLplus with full text when you are off campus.
2 Minute tips is a blog series where we bring you short video tutorials on various tools and resources in the library.
If you have 15 minutes then you have time to get a quick introduction to a free information management tool called RefWorks.
RefWorks in 15 minutes will be offered online January 6, 12, 18 & 27th. Register here.
Similar to EndNote, RefWorks lets you search, organize and manage your references. Since it lives “in the cloud”, once you create your free account**, you can access it from any computer at any location.
Some things RefWorks can do:
- Format a paper or bibliography for you in the citation style you need.
- Instantly add references as you type a paper in MS Word
- Search PubMed (or another database) from within RefWorks
- Share references with other people
A live RefWorks class will be taught by local RefWorks expert Molly Knapp on Thursday, February 10th, 2011 from 10-11 am. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
**RefWorks is available free to LSUHSC students, faculty and staff.
When children ask parents for help with their homework, no doubt there are moments of blank-stares and head-scratching. After all, hasn’t it been years since we delved into the exciting world of geometry?
In these situations an easy-access tutor would certainly be useful. Well- this idea is no longer a dream.
A press release from Louisiana Public Libraries yesterday stated “The State Library of Louisiana today launched the free educational service HomeworkLouisiana, an online tool that connects Louisiana K-12 students, adults preparing for the GED and college students to a live tutor online for one on one help with homework. It also offers studying and test preparation in all core academic subjects including math, science, social studies and English.”
This amazing resource is available at www.homeworkla.org.
Tutors are available Sunday through Thursday 2 p.m. – 10 p.m. And yes, they are all certified graduate students, teachers, or professional experts.
See the full press release for further information. Spread the word to every student, teacher and parent you know!
The National Library of Medicine has updated their Pubmed tutorial. Their website also offers Quick Tours on specific topics; these videos are usually less than 3 minutes long. For local Pubmed assistance, please contact a Reference Librarian at the Isch?â?® Library (504) 568-6102 / (504) 568-8339, or at the Dental Library (504) 941-8158.
Well, we?óÔé¼Ôäóve reached the end of National Medical Librarians Month, and as things draw to a close we?óÔé¼Ôäód like to focus on one more new resource with which you are already familiar: the new and improved E-journals list.
Let?óÔé¼Ôäós review the advice and words of caution Becky provided us when it came out:
Task for Week 4: