EndNote™ – PDF Harvesting Changes! June 1st is the Drop Dead Date to change!

EndNote Edit Menu - choose Preferences 2017-05-17Many of you use EndNote to harvest or gather PDFs in your EndNote Library.  It’s a huge time saver when you are trying to collect the articles you need for a grant or manuscript. The library has changed how we are able to do this and you need to update your settings as soon as possible. If you don’t make this change, your copy of EndNote will stop harvesting PDFs on June 1st.  Take the time to make this change now, the new URL is already working.

In Endnote, go to the “Edit” drop down menu and choose “Preferences”.

In the EndNote Preferences box, make sure you have “Find Full Text” selected.

EndNote Find-Full-Text-box-2017-05-17

Check all 4 of the checkboxes.  The “OpenURL Path:” field should be

https://primo.hsl.ucdenver.edu/openurl/01UCOHS/01UCOHS?

Copy and paste this into the field or type it very deliberately.  Uppercase matters and must be typed exactly as shown.  Include the “?” at the end.  Please note the URL begins with https.  You only need to fill in the “Authenticate with: URL:” field if you are trying to harvest or gather PDFs when you are not on campus. If you only use EndNote on campus you don’t need to populate this field.  If you are using it, it should be

https://hsl-ezproxy.ucdenver.edu/login

If you need assistance or would like us to help walk you through any of these changes, you can reach the Education & Reference department in the library from 9:00am through 4:00pm at 303-724-2109.

Colorado Open Scholarship Series: Watch recorded talks!

You can now view the recorded talks from Heather Joseph and Nicole Allen given at other Colorado universities!

April 11, 2017 – @ University of Denver
What’s Up with Open Research Data?
Presented by: Heather Joseph, Executive Director, SPARC

April 12, 2017 – @ University of Colorado Boulder
Tackling the Textbook Crisis: The Role of Open Educational Resources and Affordable Course Materials
Presented by: Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, SPARC

April 13, 2017 – @ Colorado School of Mines

Part I: Open Educational Resources: Reducing Cost, Expanding Access, Improving Quality
Presented by: Nicole Allen, Director of Open Education, SPARC

Part II: Open Access: From Adoption to Evaluation

Presented by: Heather Joseph, Executive Director, SPARC

Heather Joseph and Nicole Allen of SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) will be talking about all things related to open scholarship April 10-14th. The Health Sciences Library will be live-streaming some of their talks in TL-3 (Teaching Lab 3). Come and learn about open data, open access publishing, open educational resources and more! Times, dates and topics:

 

Changes coming to Journal A-Z list May 17th

You may have noticed that the library has a new system for searching called SearchHSL. As part of this transition, our Journal A-Z list will look a little different. Starting on May 17th, you will see the new way to browse and search for journals within SearchHSL’s Journal Search feature, which is linked at the top of the page (click image for closer view):

Changes coming to Article Linker May 17th

You may have noticed that the library has a new system for searching called SearchHSL. As part of this transition, our Article Linker will also connect through this new system starting on May 17th. When you search for an article in PubMed, Google Scholar, Ovid, and other databases, you will still see the same Article Linker button or branded links (Full-Text at CU Anschutz) that you used to see:

 

 

However, after you click the button, you will now go to our new system and it will look something like this (you can click a link circled in red to connect to the article and you would click the link circled in blue to report a problem):

Click image for larger view…

Questions? Email Library.Web@ucdenver.edu 

New Exhibit – Dr. Henry Claman (1930-2016)

Dr. Henry Claman was a man of many interests and accomplishments. He was a member of the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Medicine for over 50 years, 25 of them as Head of the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, and he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program on the Anschutz Medical Campus. In support of the program, Dr. Claman and his wife, Dr. Janet Stewart Claman, established The Henry and Janet Claman Medical Humanities Collection at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Library. An exhibit honoring a few of his accomplishments and contributions to his field, to the University, and to the Health Sciences Library is featured in the exhibit case on the 3rd floor, between the elevator and the Special Collections Room.

[Emily Epstein, Cataloging Librarian]

Update: Access Problem with Nature Titles

Update: Access has been restored. Please let us know if you run into any problems.

We are experiencing access problems with some titles from Nature, such as Nature Genetics and Nature Immunology among several others. Users are seeing a paywall when trying to access articles from the most recent issues. We are working with Nature to try and resolve the problem. Please report access problems to the library.

Paywall: