ITM Library Newsletter 2016
For the new year, the ITM library offers you a substantial amount of new digital biomedical content:
Nature Complete: i.e. the full content – including archives – of 80 Nature Publishing Group (NPG) journals. This includes:
- Nature (from 1869 onwards).
- 20 Nature research journals: Nature Medicine, Nature Immunology, Nature Genetics, etc., incl. the brand new Nature Microbiology.
- 16 Nature review journals: Nature Reviews Microbiology, Nature Reviews Immunology, Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, etc.
- Over 40 additional NPG journals: Cell Research, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Journal of Antibiotics, Journal of Human Genetics, Laboratory Investigation, Modern Pathology, Scientific American (way back to 1845), etc.
Check out at http://www.nature.com/siteindex/index.html or (partially) at http://lib.itg.be/collection/journals/journal-selection.php for overview and links.
BioOne Complete: a platform offering full-text access to some 200 journals focusing on ecology, parasitology, entomology:
- African Zoology
- Annals of the Entomological Society of America
- Comparative Parasitology
- Human Biology
- Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
- Journal of Medical Entomology
- Journal of Vector Ecology
- Journal of Wildlife Diseases
Check this out at http://www.bioone.org/ or (partially) at http://lib.itg.be/collection/journals/journal-selection.php for overview and links.
Hundreds of new e-Books from Books@Ovid, Ebsco Clinical Collection & MyiLibrary.
Some examples to whet your appetite:
- Adelman ZN. Genetic control of malaria and dengue. London, Academic Press, 2016. 457 pp. [ITG Library: NO.S/Online]
- Singh SK. Human emerging and re-emerging infections set. New York, Wiley Blackwell, 2016. 984 pp. [ITG Library: HW/Online]
- Crowe JE, Boraschi D, Rappuoli R. Antibodies for infectious diseases. Washington, DC, ASM Press, 2015. 457 pp. [ITG Library: RN/Online]
- Johnson CT, Hallock JL, Bienstock JL, Fox HE, Wallack EE. The Johns Hopkins manual of gynecology and obstetrics; 5th ed. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2015. 677 pp. [ITG Library: UV/Online]
- Shapshak P, Sinnott JT, Somboonwit C, Kuhn JH. Global virology I: identifying and investigating viral diseases. New York, Springer, 2015. 840 pp. [ITG Library: K/23440; Online]
- Taylor MA, Coop RL, Wall RL. Veterinary parasitology; 4th ed. New York, John Wiley, 2015. [ITG Library: XL/Online]
- Bentivoglio M, Cavalheiro EA, Kristenson K, Patel NB. Neglected tropical diseases and conditions of the nervous system. New York, Springer, 2014. 401 pp. [ITG Library: UI/23253; Online]
- Davies PDO, Gordon SB, Davies G. Clinical tuberculosis; 5th ed. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 2014. 463 pp. [ITG Library: JC/23121; Online]
- Ergönül Ö, Can F, Madoff L, Akova M. Emerging infectious diseases: clinical case studies. London, Academic Press, 2014. 393 pp. (Developments in Emerging and Existing Infectious Diseases; 1). [ITG Library: HW/23328; Online]
- Grove DI. Tapeworms, lice, and prions; a compendium of unpleasant infections. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. 602 pp. [ITG Library: EA/23354; Online]
All available e-books (ca. 3000 titles) are now included in our online catalog (http://lib.itg.be/collection/books.php).
The new Acquisitions List July-December 2015 presents a survey of some 250 titles (print + online) added to our collection during the last 6 months.
A polite request: Books acquired with ITM or project funds need to be registered as ITM patrimony. If you have such unregistered books in your unit, please send them to the library for inclusion in our institutional catalog, after which they will be returned to you for permanent keeping.
Our self-produced ERL databases will be fully updated by the end of this month, incl. the Ebola & Marburg Virus Disease database, now featuring some 4000 records. Check out http://lib.itg.be/literature/databases.php.
Pure (https://pure.itg.be/), ITM’s research portal: currently about 50% of 2014 and 2015 ITM publications have been registered by their ITM authors. Since Pure is meant to be used as the source for publication lists (annual reports etc.) as well as for bibliometric analyses, we would like to invite you to add the remaining (+/- 430) publications which were published in 2014 and 2015. Of course, don’t forget to submit your newest publications as well.