Life Sciences Library news
The McGill Library has released the Find an eJournal toolbar. This toolbar will install in your Internet Explorer browser and will allow you to quickly and efficiently identify electronic journals in our collection.
Attention all users! Please note that the Life Sciences Library is now re-directing its web pages from the previous version of the website (www.health.library.mcgill.ca) to the latest version of the website (www.mcgill.ca/lsl). Please update your bookmarks with the new site URLs. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
After almost a month of being unable to view full text, the Life Sciences Library is delighted to announce that access to all the AACR journals, including Cancer Research has been restored! We thank you for your understanding and patience.
EBM enthusiasts take note! As of May 2008, the ACP Journal Club ceased being published as a separate journal. The bimonthly stand-alone journal is now a monthly feature of Annals of Internal Medicine. ACP Journal Club articles began to appear in the Annals with the May 20, 2008 issue.
Attention all users! The current Life Sciences Library website (www.health.library.mcgill.ca/) will be signed off on Monday, Aug. 4, 2008. The new site Life Sciences Library website (www.mcgill.ca/lsl/) is now live live and most of the content has been migrated. Any remaining files will be added in due course.
Please note that all AACR journals, including Cancer Research, are not available right now. The McGill Library is working with the publisher to re-instate access. We hope to have access restored in the next few days. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
On June 30, 2008 all electronic journals published by Blackwell Synergy were integrated into the Wiley InterScience platform. With the addition of the Blackwell list, Wiley InterScience now includes 1400 journals, 830 of which have backfiles back to volume 1. To view the full list of Wiley-Blackwell journals go to www.interscience.wiley.com. Blackwell Synergy is no longer online.
Welcome to the Life Sciences Library’s new web site! www.mcgill.ca/lsl We hope you will find the new site easy to navigate and benefit from its new features. The new site will be in beta test mode until Aug 4, 2008 when the current site (http://www.health.library.mcgill.ca/) will be shut down permanently.
Elsevier, producer of the EMBASE database, is pleased to announce the availability of EMBASE Classic, a bibliographic database that makes the EMBASE backfile from 1947-1973 accessible in electronic format. The database includes over 1.6 million records from the biomedical and pharmacological literature.
The National Library of Medicine has announced several significant changes to PubMed. These changes have been introduced to optimize retrieval and to lead searchers to additional information.
PubMedCentral has added 40 new journal titles in the past 60 days. Of these, more than half contribute open access (free) content immediately, while an additional 6 make content available within the NIH 12-month timeline. Therefore, a total of 70% of these new journals are facilitating compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
The Life Sciences Library is pleased to announce access to the electronic book collection available via Ovid Online. This large collection covers a broad range of disciplines in the life sciences. Books@Ovid is one of the world's largest online collection of core clinical texts. The collection may be browsed title by title or searched.
Scitopia.org was created through the collaboration of 15 leading science and technology societies. Scitopia is a free, federated vertical search engine that allows you to search three million articles, patents and conference proceedings spanning 150 years of science and technology. It searches the entire electronic libraries of these society publishers and provides relevant results, without the no
Biological Abstracts Archive (1926-1968) and Zoological Record Archive (1864-1977) are now available online. Biological Abstracts Archive (continued by BIOSIS Previews) is available via OVID Online. Zoological Record Archive is available via WebSPIRs. Both databases can be accessed from the Library Catalogue and the Article Indexes and Databases tool.