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Archive for May, 2009

Jefferson Digital Commons Posts New Journals, Newsletters, Jefferson Historical Documents

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

The Jefferson Digital Commons recently completed a site “makeover”, in part to comply with the new University branding. Along with the new look and feel of the site, the Commons is now hosting several new Jefferson journals and newsletters.  The latest additions include: JHN Journal, a research journal Jefferson Translations, the newsletter of the Department […]

Nature and Cell Migration Consortium Release New Cell Migration Gateway

Monday, May 11th, 2009

The new Cell Migration Gateway website offers a home for cell migration research and communication. It is free to all Internet users. It offers free access to the latest research and news, reference databases and research data, reagents and protocols, links to recent publications, status notes on Consortium activities, and a database of key facts […]

Backfiles of Journals Now Available

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

JEFFLINE Journals now include complete electronic backfiles for popular publishers BMJ, Mary Ann Liebert, and Annals of Internal Medicine. Use the Journals A-Z list and you will find the extended dates for each title affected. For BMJ, that goes back 169 years, to the very first issue in October 1840.   Eighteen of the BMJ Group’s […]

Audio Recording of President Barchi’s Town Meeting, May 4, 2009

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Dr. Barchi gave a standing-room-only crowd an update on the university’s budget planning process and goals for the next year. He responded to inquiries that had been emailed to him ahead of time and took questions from the audience at the conclusion of his talk. Listen to the audio recording now.

New Look, Advanced Features for NLM’s Images from the History of Medicine

Monday, May 4th, 2009

Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) has been updated for greatly enhanced searching and viewing capabilities to image researchers. Now you can view search results in a multi-image display, download high resolution copies of your favorite images, zoom in on image details, move images into a patron-defined workspace for further manipulation, and create media groups […]