Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
March 2020 Archive
Document Delivery/ILL Services Temporarily Suspended
Posted On: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 14:37 by Beverly Murphy
Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan Services have been temporarily suspended and we are unable to fill routine requests at this time. If you are a Duke clinician, faculty, or staff member and have an urgent request for a full-text article related to direct patient care or COVID-19, please send the full citation needed to email@example.com and we will do our best to locate the article(s) needed.
We may not be able to fill requests for items outside our collection because many libraries have suspended lending at this time.
Please note: Access to Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan Services is not available to affiliates or to other libraries...MORE
Temporary Free E-Resources in Response to COVID-19
Posted On: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 14:34 by Beverly Murphy
COVID-19 Core Clinical Resources Libguide
Posted On: Sunday, March 22, 2020 - 18:56 by Beverly Murphy
COVID-19: Core Clinical Resources is a compilation of information and literature about COVID-19 that will be immediately useful to practicing clinicians at Duke. Please understand that this guide is also fluid and evolving since the topic is evolving rapidly, with an onslaught of literature and information. If you are a Duke clinician, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Spring Classes Being Held Online!
Posted On: Saturday, March 21, 2020 - 10:35 by Beverly Murphy
Our savvy Librarians have created a robust spring class schedule for Duke faculty, staff, and students to increase their knowledge and confidence in research, publishing, citation management, and more.
Our April classes are being held online!
Connect to the class schedule for class details, dates, and registration information!MORE
Posted On: Thursday, March 19, 2020 - 20:20 by Beverly Murphy
Web of Science Author Records
Posted On: Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 14:06 by Karen Barton
Accurate research impact metrics such as article citation counts and H-index in Web of Science or InCites, a Web of Science-related product, currently depend on artificial intelligence as well as human curation to help make data as clean as possible. Now, researchers may provide suggested edits to Web of Science author records (for themselves and others), including affiliation and publication data. This is especially important for author disambiguation.
Part of this process involves using Publons, an online...
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Library Services and Resources During Coronavirus Response
Posted On: Friday, March 13, 2020 - 13:06 by Beverly Murphy
The Medical Center Library & Archives is working closely with university officials to minimize the potential spread of the coronavirus while maintaining library services and resources in support of clinical care, education, and research.
To that end, effective Friday March 13th at 5 pm, the Medical Center Library & Archives, located in the Seeley G. Mudd Bldg, will be Duke Health badge access only 24/7 with Library staff working remotely.
How can you get assistance?
You can contact Library staff through our ...
RedCap Office Hours Now Virtual
Posted On: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 - 17:07 by Beverly Murphy
REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure, Web-based application designed to support data capture. At Duke, this system is managed and supported by the Duke Office of Clinical Research (DOCR) Research Management Team (RMT), located in the School of Medicine. RMT provides research and data management support to investigators across Duke.
All in-person weekly office hour sessions are being replaced with virtual sessions.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate which of the following times you would like a DOCR team member to schedule a WebEx with you.
- Tuesdays, 10-11a
- Wednesdays, 10-11a
- Thursdays, 2-3p
Posted On: Wednesday, March 11, 2020 - 00:03 by Beverly Murphy
The Duke Office of Clinical Research (DOCR) and the Medical Center Library & Archives have partnered to bring this lunch series program to the Duke Research Community. "Research Wednesdays" feature topics that impact the research community presented by subject matter experts in each field.
Until further notice, the Research Wednesdays series will be held via WebEx ONLY: 1:10 pm – 2:00p. No registrations is required. WebEx meeting details will be sent to the DOCR listserve the...MORE
New PubMed Interface to Launch in 2020
Posted On: Monday, March 9, 2020 - 17:22 by Sarah Cantrell
Sign up today for our next webinar on Wed. Apr. 8; 12-1p where we will discuss and demo the new interface features.
Or, attend an in-person class for tips and instruction on advanced literature searching in New PubMed; our next in-person classes will be held on Mon. Apr. 6; 12-1p and ...
Posted On: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 13:36 by Brandi Tuttle
Our savvy Librarians have created a robust spring class schedule for Duke faculty, staff, and students to increase their knowledge and confidence in research, publishing, citation management, and more. Our March and early April classes will be held online! Find class details, dates, and registration information here!
- Overview of the New PubMed (webinar)
- Advanced PubMed Searching (webinar + in person options)
- How to Write an Abstract (webinar)
- Zotero in 30 (webinar)
- EndNote (webinar + in person options)
- Journal Selection...
Vaccination Web Archive Launches
Posted On: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 08:11 by Megan von Isenburg
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Vaccination in Modern America: Misinformation vs. Public Health Advocacy Web Archive. Developed by health sciences librarians at the University of Pennsylvania and Duke University, both members of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation, the archive preserves Web pages representing the current state of public discourse and contrasting approaches to authority on vaccination in the United States, with a focus on sites that are both pro- and anti-vaccination. The purpose of this collection is to capture potentially ephemeral information about vaccination that could be used by health service researchers, information scientists, sociologists, and others to understand...MORE
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