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DOCLINE Users: Remember to Submit Out of Office Requests

Monday, May 11th, 2015

DOCLINE users must submit  Out of Office (OOO)requests any time they will not have staff available to receive and fill incoming requests. Many will be at the Medical Library Association meeting starting this week and will need to submit  requests.

To submit an “OOO”  request, login to your DOCLINE account, click on the “Institutions” tab and then click on “Membership” on the left sidebar – then  “DOCLINE Membership.” Key in  your inactive and active dates and remember to click on”submit.”  This action will route requests around your library until the “active” date. [jh]

Funding: Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Librarians well known for their expertise in supporting researchers have gotten their start through this administrative supplement. If you’d like to be an informationist on a research team, find an appropriate and currently funded NIH project at your institution that is willing to apply for supplemental funding to add a librarian to their research team. Deadline for applications is July 17, 2015.

The announcement, NLM Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH-funded Research Projects (Admin Supp) (PA-15-249), provides complete information.

NLM contact for additional information: Dr. Alan VanBiervliet, alan.vanbiervliet@nih.gov

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NCBI staff will introduce PubMed Commons, a forum for sharing information and …

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Hello Network members!

The following is a register’able event…

This coming Wednesday, May 6th, NCBI staff will introduce PubMed Commons, a forum for sharing information and perspectives about biomedical publications in PubMed.

Staff will also provide a brief overview of how to participate and highlight the ways users are contributing to scientific discourse.

The session will be archived on their YouTube Chanel.

Register here https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5466135561815368962

More about PubMed Commons: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedcommons/

More about NCBI Webinars: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/coursesandwebinars.shtml

Link to the NCBI YouTube Chanel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCBINLM/

The above is from the ncbi-announce mailing list

ncbi-announce@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

jb

NLM Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH Research Projects

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Hello Network members –

If you are going to the 2015 Medical Library Association Annual Meeting in Austin, you may want to attend a discussion by Alan VanBiervliet with NLM Extramural Programs. Alan will provide a “Descriptions, Discussion, Q & A  for the NLM Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH Research Projects” on May 19, 2015, 4:30-5:55pm (CT), in Room 17A of the Austin Convention Center. jb

Webinar – “The NCBI Minute: Finding Genomes and Annotations by Searching NCBI Assembly” on April 29, 2015

Monday, April 27th, 2015

This is a reprint of an announcement published on the NCBI News page. It may be of interest to you and researchers at your institution.

NCBI has more than 25,000 annotated genomes. Learn how to quickly find and download sequence and annotation files for a particular genome by starting with the NCBI Assembly database and following links to the files you want on our FTP site.This presentation will be broadcast on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 7:45 am MT, 8:45 am CT.

Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2241676975542351106

The NCBI Minute is a series of short Webinars that give a brief introduction to a specific topic or NCBI tool. /ch

EDUCATION: Two Free MCR Webinars This Week

Monday, April 27th, 2015

LinkOut! : Harnessing the Power of LinkOut for Libraries

Tammy Magid will be facilitating a webinar that focuses on “LinkOut for Libraries” services to provide user’s access to online full-text at the point of need – it’ll be a librarian’s primer on “LinkOut for Libraries” services, tools, and customer support services. This presentation will include a brief question and answer session for participants.

Tammy A. Magid, MLIS works as a Technical Information Specialist at the National Library of Medicine where she serves as the NLM LinkOut Coordinator and Team Lead.

When: Wednesday, April 29, 2015,   12 pm Mountain Time, 1 pm Central Time

Who: For those who use LinkOut or anyone else who wants to learn more about the technology.

Where: Please read below.

 

Learn more about the Electronic Funds Transfer System (EFTS)

Jola Sliwinski, EFTS Program Coordinator, will be presenting an informative session on the Electronic Funds Transfer System (EFTS.) Participating DOCLINE libraries primarily use the system. Jola will present an overview and the advantages of using the system.  She will available to answer any questions.

Who: For DOCLINE participants not currently using EFTS and/or for current users. Anyone interested in the program is welcome.

When : Thursday, April 30, 2015, 1 pm Mountain Time / 2 pm Central Time

 

Where:  Both presentations will be in the MCR Network Member Services Room

Log in as a “Guest” and receive prompts for the audio portion after entering the room. Captioning will be provided for both sessions. Questions?: to Jim  [jh]

 

Emergency Access Initiative Active Event: Nepal Earthquake

Sunday, April 26th, 2015

The Emergency Access Initiative (EAI) is a partnership of the National Library of Medicine, the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, and the Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers and other publishers. EAI provides temporary free access to full text articles from major biomedicine titles to healthcare professionals, librarians, and the public affected by disasters.

Access to biomedical literature through the Emergency Access Initiative is only available to those affected by the disaster and for those providing assistance to the affected population. Other users should contact their local medical library or the National Network of Libraries of Medicine by calling 1-800-338-7657 for biomedical literature. /da


Active Event: Nepal earthquake

Free access period: April 25, 2015 – May 23, 2015

NCBI Webinar to help you quickly find a particular genome sequence April 29th

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Next Wednesday, April 29th, NCBI staff will show you how to quickly find a particular genome sequence by using FTP to access our Assembly database, which houses 25,000 annotated genomes.

The NCBI Minute is a series of short webinars that give a brief introduction to a specific topic or NCBI tool. To see upcoming webinars, as well as YouTube recordings and materials from past webinars, please see the NCBI Webinars page.

• Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2241676975542351106

• Assembly: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/assembly

• NCBI Webinars: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/coursesandwebinars.shtml

• NCBI on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCBINLM/

The above annoucement is from the ncbi-announce mailing list

ncbi-announce@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/mailman/listinfo/ncbi-announce

DOCLINE Users: Tips For Keeping Your Accounts Current

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

All institutions using DOCLINE need to  regularly perform maintenance on their accounts.  Here’s a checklist of things to keep current:

  • Regularly review and update your library’s holdings in SERHOLD to make sure they are accurate.  The goal is to keep the DOCLINE system running efficiently and quickly. Inaccurate holdings can cause problems. Update at least once a year
  • Make sure that you set up holdings so that your library can always meet the minimum fill rate(75%.) The region’s DOCLINE coordinator can help you with questions.
  • Review your routing table.  Remove any LIBIDs that have the designation “Not a DOCLINE Library”  or “Closed.” Follow the recommended guidelines for arranging  library groups and resource libraries.
  • Review and update your institutional record at least once a year.  It’s important update people, contact information, borrowing / lending preferences, etc. as those things change.
  • Smile and have fun with DOCLINE and its capabilities!  For some basics view the FAQs after logging-in.  [jh]

April 15th webinar: “The NCBI Minute: Finding and Getting the Data You Want from NCBI in Less than Three

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Dear Network members

This coming Wednesday, April 15th, NCBI staff will show you how to use the BioProject database to quickly find data. When looking for research data using fairly broad search terms like “tuberculosis” or “mouse”, BioProject is a great place to start. In this brief presentation, you will learn how to search for studies and quickly identify related PubMed-listed publications and experimental data, such as RNA-Seq datasets in the GEO database.

The NCBI Minute is a series of short webinars that give a brief introduction to a specific topic or NCBI tool. To see upcoming webinars, as well as summaries, recordings (via YouTube) and related materials from past webinars, please see the NCBI Webinars page.

·         Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5904867089245135617

·         BioProject: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject

·         NCBI Webinars: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/home/coursesandwebinars.shtml

·         NCBI on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NCBINLM/

The above post originated from the ncbi-announce mailing list

ncbi-announce@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/mailman/listinfo/ncbi-announce