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1 Library Tricks & Tips Fall 2006 Karen Krasznavolgyi Senior Librarian Scott Memorial Library

2 PubMed=Ovid MEDLINE Approximately 4,800 journalsApproximately 4,800 journals 1950s to present1950s to present Service of the National Library of Medicine and NIHService of the National Library of Medicine and NIH Free with Internet connectionFree with Internet connection Use Campus Key and Password for off-campus access to full-text articlesUse Campus Key and Password for off-campus access to full-text articles

3 PubMed for Jeffersonians

4 Register for My NCBI account

5 Welcome your username

6 Set up your search filters

7 Click on Filters

8 Click on PubMed

9 Select up to 4 filters

10 Click on Libraries under Linkout

11 Scroll down and select TJU

12 Click on both boxes

13 Tabs for TJU

14 Use Outside Tools for “Check JEFFLINE” Button

15 Adding “Check JEFFLINE” to “My NCBI” Account with Outside Tools Click “T” for Thomas Jefferson

16 Review your selections

17 Select your color of choice

18 Customized View w/Tabs & Icons Selected

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21 What is Faculty of 1000 Biology? Subscription only research serviceSubscription only research service Reviews the most interesting papers published in the biological sciences, based on the recommendations of a faculty of over 1,000 selected leading researchers.Reviews the most interesting papers published in the biological sciences, based on the recommendations of a faculty of over 1,000 selected leading researchers. Based on paper’s scientific merit, rather than the journal they appear inBased on paper’s scientific merit, rather than the journal they appear in Offers ratings by the author's peersOffers ratings by the author's peers

22 Why? Provides scientists with a continuously updated insider's guide to the most important papers within any given field of researchProvides scientists with a continuously updated insider's guide to the most important papers within any given field of research Systematically organizes and evaluates the mass of information within scientific literatureSystematically organizes and evaluates the mass of information within scientific literature Offers an immediate rating of individual papers by the authors' peers, and an important complement to the indirect assessment provided by the journal impact factor.Offers an immediate rating of individual papers by the authors' peers, and an important complement to the indirect assessment provided by the journal impact factor.

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25 How Do We Access it? Via Pubmed (My NCBI) or go directly to F1000 biology website.Via Pubmed (My NCBI) or go directly to F1000 biology website. –In Pubmed, Choose as a filter and/or add an icon.

26 Choose Filters

27 Use the Search tab to find “Faculty” Type “Faculty” in Search box Results of search shown here Click on Faculty of 1000

28 Choice to add as tab, icon or both

29 PubMed Display with both Tab & Icon

30 F1000 comments Ability to download citation into Refworks but does not include abstract or evaluation.

31 Comment Classifications Faculty members can classify in one of 5 categories: New Finding, Hypothesis, Controversial, Confirmation or Technical Advance.

32 F1000 Ratings Faculty may assign one of 3 ratings: Recommended, Must Read or Exceptional,

33 Rating Definitions “Recommended" Recommended reading for a section (i.e. of specialist interest) (F1000 Biology rating of 3)“Recommended" Recommended reading for a section (i.e. of specialist interest) (F1000 Biology rating of 3) "Must read" Must read for more than one subject/section (i.e. of general interest) (F1000 Biology rating of 6)"Must read" Must read for more than one subject/section (i.e. of general interest) (F1000 Biology rating of 6) "Exceptional" A landmark paper representing the top 1% of publications (F1000 Biology rating of 9)."Exceptional" A landmark paper representing the top 1% of publications (F1000 Biology rating of 9). The ratings assigned to each paper is then used to calculate its F1000 factor, which also takes into account the number of Faculty members who have picked the same paper.

34 Ratings – The F1000 Factor Faculty members assign to each paper they select ratings of Recommended, Must Read or Exceptional, which correspond to F1000 Factors of 3, 6 and 9, respectively. If a paper has more than one evaluation, its F1000 Factor is calculated by the following formula:Faculty members assign to each paper they select ratings of Recommended, Must Read or Exceptional, which correspond to F1000 Factors of 3, 6 and 9, respectively. If a paper has more than one evaluation, its F1000 Factor is calculated by the following formula: –F1000 Factor = Mean of Highest Two Scores + (Sum of All Scores/30) For example, a paper picked by three Faculty members, two give it a rating of Must Read and the third a rating of Exceptional, would give it a F1000 Factor of (6+9)/2 + (6+6+9)/30 = 8.2For example, a paper picked by three Faculty members, two give it a rating of Must Read and the third a rating of Exceptional, would give it a F1000 Factor of (6+9)/2 + (6+6+9)/30 = 8.2 This corresponds to an "Exceptional" rating badge.

35 Anyone Evaluate from Jefferson? YES! 3 Jeffersonians are “Faculty members”

36 Find Evaluations by Jeffersonians

37 Jeffersonian Evaluations 15 papers have Evaluations from Jeffersonians

38 Any Jefferson-Authored Papers with Evaluations?

39 Jefferson Papers with Evaluations 31 Jefferson papers have evaluations

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41 Sample Search - nfkb

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43 Link Out icons or pull down list Can Also click here to see all LinkOuts

44 LinkOut – goes to HSDB

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46 SMD Icon

47 SMD Icon Result (part of Microbiology Filter)

48 Use “Check JEFFLINE” to verify subscription status

49 Check to see if available online

50 Full text – Click PDF if available

51 PDF of article

52 Interlibrary Loan Requests charge $5 per full text article or full bookcharge $5 per full text article or full book 3-5 days to arrive to library3-5 days to arrive to library $10 for rush hour request$10 for rush hour request To use online request form, provide your interdepartmental charge code or select “Cash upon pick-up (paper copy only).To use online request form, provide your interdepartmental charge code or select “Cash upon pick-up (paper copy only).

53 ILL form

54 ILL form pre-populated when you use “Check JEFFLINE” button


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