Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
The Matas Libary has a standing order to the print version of World Development Indicators which we plan to contine. We no longer purchase the CD ROM version of the annual data. Link to the location information in the Library Catalog.
See WDI Online in the Database List.
Monday, April 12, 2010
- April 13th, Tuesday-- EndNote Web - Learn how to import citations, create bibliographies, and cite papers Tidewater - TDW1202
- April 20th, Tuesday-- Life After Tulane - Freely available research & productivity resources: Tidewater - TDW1202
- April 29th, Thrusday-- Life After Tulane - Freely available research & productivity resources: Matas Library - Mezz. Lab
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Tuesday, April 6, 2010
A History of the Charity Hospitals of Louisiana: A study of povery, politics, public health, and the public interest
A table of contents for the book is available on the publisher's website, Mellen Press
The Rudolph Matas Library had a display of Charity Hospital images and items from
A copy of the book is available in the Rudolph Matas Library. It is currently located on General Reserve for use within the Library - WZ 24 R6431 2010
Friday, April 2, 2010
NIF provides simultaneous search across two literature indices: PubMed and the Textpresso for Neuroscience literature corpus. Textpresso for Neuroscience is assembled from indexing a core set of neuroscience journals and articles culled from keyword searches of PubMed for neuroscience-related terms. Additionally, it is able to search the full text of research papers. This may help to identify information within articles that may not be available to PubMed. Search results may be viewed in PubMed or within the Textpresso for Neuroscience interface. Through the Textpresso interface the user may further refine searches through the use of categories (e.g. brain region) and filters. See NIF Literature for more information on using Textpresso for Neuroscience.
NIF's dynamic inventory of Web-based neuroscience resources includes data, materials, and tools. NIF advances neuroscience research by enabling discovery and access to public research data and tools worldwide through an open source, networked environment. The NIF project is designed to serve the biomedical research community and is actively looking for resource providers to make their resources accessible through the NIF and offer a variety of methods for registering and making resources searchable through the NIF.
This resource is linked through the Matas Subject Guide: Neurology and Neurosciences
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