All Central Medical Library news in a glance:
|Published on:||20 May 2019|
You can subscribe for the CMB-newsletter.
|Published on:||16 May 2019|
If you have questions about Open Access publishing you can make an appointment with Peter Braun, Open Access Officer at the Central Medical Library.
|Published on:||23 April 2019|
Cochrane Interactive Learning (CIL) is an online educational tool for performing systematic reviews.
|Published on:||18 April 2019|
Endnote available now on UMCG-network
|Published on:||11 March 2019|
New Open access flyer
|Published on:||01 March 2019|
Information meeting "How to get the PDF: All options to find the fulltext of scientific articles!
|Published on:||20 February 2019|
Open Science Newsletter
|Published on:||13 February 2019|
Workshop: Tracking societal attention with Altmetric Explorer
|Published on:||12 February 2019|
Plan S is an initiative to accelerate the transition to 100% open-access publication from 2020 onwards.
|Published on:||21 January 2019|
To request articles or books from another library will become much simpler from 28 January.
|Published on:||12 December 2018|
Springer Nature contract: limit 2018 Open Access articles without APC reached
|Published on:||25 September 2018|
|Published on:||19 September 2018|
Guest lecture Nicol Keith: Open research and societal impact
|Published on:||10 September 2018|
Till 9 October, the University has a trial license to the database AMBOSS, an interactive education tool in the field of medicine.
|Published on:||27 August 2018|
|Published on:||31 July 2018|
How to login for access to the online library collection
|Published on:||02 July 2018|
|Published on:||26 June 2018|
Now available: JAMA Cardiology
|Published on:||28 May 2018|
Ask your question to the CMB; chat with a librarian.
|Published on:||24 May 2018|
Have your say about the Library and join the online survey
|Published on:||12 April 2018|
Open Access newsletter
|Published on:||02 March 2018|
On Mondag March 5th the RefWorks plugin in the UMCG network will be updated to version 4.5.01.
|Published on:||20 February 2018|
The Research Office wants to support (Young) Principal Investigators with entering their research data in PURE
|Published on:||08 February 2018|
Five years PeerJ: free open access publishing all month long
|Published on:||18 December 2017|
Datasets visible via the UG research portal
|Published on:||09 November 2017|
New medical search engine: ClinicalKey
|Published on:||31 October 2017|
Starting today, the Word plug-in for Refworks is offered in a different way on the UMCG network.
|Published on:||31 October 2017|
Available now: 'SAGE Libertas Academia Journals' (Open Access Peer Reviewed Medical Journals).
|Published on:||19 October 2017|
UptoDate: launch specialty Anesthesiology
|Published on:||05 October 2017|
Information meeting about Open Access, PURE and Altmetric by the Central Medical Library (CMB) on November 13th in the Red Room (Rode Zaal)
|Published on:||21 September 2017|
Golden tips for Publishing Open Access
|Published on:||12 September 2017|
Available now at the University and the UMCG: Cochrane's Review Manager.
|Published on:||11 September 2017|
PhD-day Groningen, Friday 22 September at the Oosterpoort
|Published on:||26 June 2017|
Journal Impact Factors 2016 available.
|Published on:||06 June 2017|
Poster portal ISCOMS
|Published on:||23 May 2017|
Golden tips for publishing Open Access
|Published on:||02 May 2017|
Access Oxford University Press (OUP) journals has been reinstalled
|Published on:||17 April 2017|
Stay up to date on the latest medical research and topic reviews with the journal app 'Read'
|Published on:||03 March 2017|
Doctoral students can scan their manuscript on plagiarism via their promoters and supervisors. Other UMCG staff can contact the Central Medical Library for a scan and students can consult their teachers.
|Published on:||30 January 2017|
No author's fee for publishing in LWW's hybrid journals
|Published on:||21 December 2016|
The University of Groningen and the UMCG strive to make the scientific output of their researchers accessible through open access, especially though the so-called green road. This is in keeping with the Dutch national policy and the requirements of various research funding organisations, but also with the positive effects green open access has for citation scores and the impact of publications.
|Published on:||30 November 2016|
In the Central Medical Library's libguide Open Access you will find information about publishing Open Access.
|Published on:||02 September 2016|
From 1 September onwards, the University of Groningen offers access to Elsevier's Scopus, the "largest peer-reviewed database in the world".
|Published on:||15 August 2016|
How to manage your profile page
|Published on:||15 July 2016|
Books will be automatically renewed: for staff up to a maximum of 24 times 4 weeks, for students and others to a maximum of 12 times 4 weeks.
|Published on:||07 July 2016|
The new website of the Central Medical Library
|Published on:||30 May 2016|
To access the UptoDate app you first need to register at UptoDate.
|Published on:||26 April 2016|
|Published on:||19 April 2016|
Some people still use the old version of Write-N-Cite, version 3. That is going to disappear. As of May 2, Write-N-Cite 3 will no longer be supported.
|Published on:||19 January 2016|
There's a new version of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR).
|Published on:||24 November 2015|
The freely accessile website Meetinstrumenten in de zorg (Measuring instruments in health care) contains information about measuring instruments (in Dutch) that can be used in dialy practice and in research.
|Published on:||14 October 2015|
The Altmetric Bookmarklet shows you whether or not there are tw eets or blogposts about your scientific article.