Posts Tagged: Writing/Publishing

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…

Keep current with journals using BrowZine

The BrowZine app, available for Apple, Android devices and a desktop version, allows for easier access to Emory’s online journal subscriptions via the “My Bookshelf.” 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…

DataMed Seminar- Second Seminar in Series on Scientific Publishing

The second seminar presentation in a scientific publishing series co-hosted by the WHSC Library and the Scholarly Communications Office, will be held Thursday, February 23rd at 11am till noon.  No RSVP is required; refreshments will be served. Additional Seminars in the series: Publishing: Perspective of An Editor and an Author held Friday, February 3, 2017 Speaker Nadine…

Seminar Series on Scientific Publishing

The first seminar presentation in a scientific publishing series co-hosted by the WHSC Library, the Scholarly Communications Office, and the Department of Medicine will be held this Friday, February 3rd at 12 noon.  No RSVP is required; pizza and drinks will be served. Additional Seminars in the series are as follows: Friday, February 3, 2017 at…

Track the Impact of Your Published Articles with Altmetrics

Citation counts are one way to measure of your impact; Altmetric.com and European PMC are now offering more. Europe PubMed Central (PMC) has now been freely integrated with Altmetric.com to offer citation-alternative impact measures for over 3 million life sciences and biomedical research articles.  The altmetrics summary, shown below, highlights non-citation based impact of each…

Open Access Week 2016

Oct 24-27, 2016 is Open Access Week. The Emory Libraries’ Office of Scholarly Communications is celebrating by highlighting recent blog posts and resources on all things open. Check out some of those listed below or visit their Scholar Blog to view more topics. Open Access at Emory Eight Good Reasons Why Emory Faculty Authors Should…

New Journal Impact Factors Released

The 2015 Journal Impact Factors are now available via Journal Citation Reports.  These are the most recent Impact Factors. The 2016 metrics will become available in the summer of 2017.  Journal Impact Factors are a proprietary measurement of journal quality based on the number of citations publications appearing in that journal have received in the…

International Open Access Week, October 19-25

The 2015 International Open Access Week will be celebrated Oct 19-25.   This year’s theme is Open for Collaboration.    Open access buttons are available at the WHSC Library Information Desk to show your support. What is Open Access?  Take a look at this quick video:  Open Access in Four Minutes Open Access Journals provide a model…

EndNote X7 work around for Mac Office 2016 Incompatibility

Currently, EndNote X7’s Cite While You Write feature is not supported by Mac Office 2016.  While a patch to fix the issue will be released this fall, there is a workaround so that Mac Office 2016 users can still use EndNote X7.  Office 2016 users can use EndNote’s “Format Paper” option until the patch is…

Training Offered for New NIH Biosketch Requirements

Learn how to use the My NCBI tool to create the New NIH Biosketch required for all NIH grant submissions on or after May 25.  The Health Sciences Library will offer two workshops (April 17 and 29) demonstrating how to create the NEW NIH Biosketch and track NIH Public Access Compliance using the MyNCBI tool. …