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The Health Sciences Library summer hours will begin Wednesday, June 11th.

Monday –Thursday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM

The Library will be closed for Independence Day (July 4, 2014) and Labor Day (September 2, 2014).

In this issue:

  • Systematic Review Tool Kit
  • Biosis Citation Index
  • Operating System Support News
  • Heartbleed Data Breaches

... and more

The Augustus C. Long Health Sciences Library will be closed Monday, May 26th for Memorial Day. We will reopen at 8am Tuesday, May 27th.

OECD.Stat, a data portal accessed through the OECD iLibrary, offers both ready-made tables and the ability to create customized views of variety of indicators in common file formats such as CSV and XML.

The indicator topic themes include...

Agriculture and Fisheries Finance Monthly Economic Indicators Science, Technology and Patents
Demography and Population Globalisation National Accounts Social Protection and Well-being
Development Health Prices and Purchasing Power Parities Transport
Economic Projections Industry and Services Productivity  
Education and Training International Trade and Balance of Payments Public Sector, Taxation and Market Regulation  
Environment Labour Regions and Cities  

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) also produces 300-500 books, reports and working papers per year. These and publications by the International Energy Agency (IEA), the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA), the OECD Development Centre, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), and the International Transport Forum (ITF) can be browsed and searched through OECD iLibrary.

Visit OECD iLibrary

If you need to manage NIH public access compliance of your peer reviewed journal articles or you frequently search PubMed, you could benefit from customizing your experience with a free My NCBI account. 

To sign up for your free account go to PubMed and select 'Sign in to NCBI' from the upper right hand corner. After signing up you can create custom filters, save search strategies, manage your email alerts and keep your personal bibliography up to date.

To learn how to maximize your use of My NCBI start with the 5 short (less than 2 minutes each) video tutorials produced by NCBI or check out the My NCBI Help ebook from the NCBI Bookshelf.

 

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