Posts Tagged: Writing/Publishing

Library hosting ORCID iD Sign-Up Event

On Thursday, October 24th the Emory Libraries will host an ORCID iD sign-up event aimed at encouraging graduate students, post-docs, and fellows to create a persistent author ID.  An ORCID iD helps authors and researchers claim and track their work across their career and future institutional affiliations.  Many journal publishers and funding agencies now require…

NIH to Require ORCID iDs in FY2020

The NIH, CDC, and AHRQ recently announced that beginning in FY2020,  ORCID iDs (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers) will be required for individuals supported by agency research training, fellowship, research education, and career development awards (https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-19-109.html).  An ORCID iD is a unique digital identifier for an individual that can be used to associate a person…

Lynda.com transitions to LinkedIn Learning

This summer Emory’s instance of Lynda.com transitioned to the LinkedIn Learning platform. In addition to the content available on Lynda.com, you will now have: Access to all LinkedIn Learning, including courses from popular certification programs Learning Paths – recommended courses for mastering certain skills Users will also have the option of connecting their LinkedIn Learning…

“Elixirs & Extracts” exhibit showcases WHSC authors

In 2018, Woodruff Health Sciences Center faculty at Emory University published 24 manuscripts, with titles ranging from Seeking Symmetry: Finding Patterns in Human Health to Boo Boos & Butterflies “Elixirs & Extracts: A Celebration of Emory’s Health Sciences Writers” is a new exhibit at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, running throughout the upcoming Fall…

New Journal Impact Factors released June 20th

The 2019 release of Journal Impact Factors are now available.  Access to the new Impact Factors are made available through Journal Citation Reports via the Web of Science platform.  These are the most recent Impact Factors reflecting journal citation data from 2018.  Journal Impact Factors are a proprietary measurement of journal quality based on the average number…

Scholarly Impact 5-Day Challenge: April 8-12, 2019

Promote your research to new audiences by participating in the Scholarly Impact 5-Day Challenge. No class to attend.  Simply sign up to receive one email a day for five days with an easy activity to complete on your own. Small outlay for big returns.  Register here: emorylib.info/impact

NEJM Journal Watch now available

Check out this great resource now available from the WHSC Library! NEJM Journal Watch summarizes the most important research from over 250 medical journals. Physician editors and authors address 12 specialty areas: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, HIV/AIDS, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Neurology, Oncology and Hematology, Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Psychiatry, and Women’s Health….

New Journal Impact Factors now available

The 2017 release of updated Journal Impact Factors are now available.  Access to the new Impact Factors are made available through Journal Citation Reports via the Web of Science platform.  These are the most recent Impact Factors reflecting journal citation data from 2016.  Journal Impact Factors are a proprietary measurement of journal quality based on the…

New App for Accessing Emory E-journals: BrowZine

The BrowZine app, available for Apple, Android devices and a desktop version, allows for easier access to Emory’s online journal subscriptions. My Bookshelf allows users to create one’s own “library” of online journals.  Up to 64 journals can be placed in My Bookshelf.  BrowZine supports majority of publishers; the comprehensive list of publishers can be…