Dr Robert D. Eagling, executive editor of several flagship journals from the Royal Society of Chemistry like Chemical Communications and Chemical Science, will be here on August 20 to talk about publication ethics. Whether you have published a number of articles or still working toward your first article, this is a great opportunity to hear an editor’s perspective, discuss some real examples, and to ask questions.
The RSC publishes journals in chemistry, engineering (including nanotechnology and materials science), environmental science, and the biological and health sciences. This talk is open to all regardless of program or major, and graduate students and postdocs are especially welcome.
Date: August 20, 2:00-4:00pm
Location: Price Center West Ballroom
Light refreshments will be served
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UCSD Library has added electronic subscriptions to the following titles from Nature Publishing Group:
And UC has purchased the backfiles for the following titles perpetually back to volume 1 at the Nature site:
UCSD now has access to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers e-journals archive. Previously, our online access to the ASME journals went back to 2000.
Expanded coverage includes: Journal of Applied Mechanics (1960-1999); Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (1977-1999); Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control (1971-1999); Journal of Heat Transfer (1960-1999); Journal of Engineering for Industry/Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering (1959-1999); Journal of Solar Energy Engineering (1980-1999); Journal of Basic Engineering/Journal of Fluids Engineering/Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology (1959-1999).
The HathiTrust Digital Library contains over 4.7 million titles, many of which are full text viewable and downloadable volumes. For UC-affiliated users who login, 3.6 million fully viewable books and journal volumes published pre-1923, as well as later public domain books, are available. Some volumes in the HathiTrust Digital Library are only available to search, but are not available as full text or for download.
To download PDFs from HathiTrust:
- Go to www.hathitrust.org.
- Click Login in the upper right. Select University of California, San Diego and click Continue.
- Choose Active Directory, then enter your username and password. You will be redirected to HathiTrust.
- Search the collection, with the Full text only box checked.
- Select the full view link next to the item in the search results.
- From the record view, select Download whole book (PDF) from the left column.
- If you did not login earlier, you will be prompted to do so at this point.
- Once your PDF is built, you can download it.
- At this time, you can only download the entire book or journal volume, rather than a single chapter or article. However, you can use Adobe Acrobat Pro or another PDF editor to delete the pages you don’t want.
This year the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is continuing their Gold for Gold program. It offers researchers at participating campuses the opportunity to make their RSC articles gold open access (Gold OA)–free of charge.
- The article (HTML and PDF) will be available on the RSC website, free to any interested reader. No paywalls, no required affiliation with a university or company that has a subscription or license to the journal.
- The fees that RSC normally requires to make the articles Gold OA will be waived.
The Library will receive a limited number of vouchers, which the authors will “redeem” to waive the fee. To receive a voucher:
- At least one author must be from UCSD. Faculty, student, post-doc, etc.
- The article must be accepted (not just submitted) or very recently published, like last 2-3 months.
Please contact Teri Vogel if you have an accepted or recently published article and want to make it Gold OA.
These were the 9 UCSD publications made Gold OA in 2013, from researchers in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Department of NanoEngineering, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering Program, and Scripps Institution of Oceanography. (titles and links below the fold)
Online access for UCSD has been restored by McGraw Hill to the licensed e-books and e-journals in Access Medicine. Full-text access had been blocked since Monday March 3rd. We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience while this was unavailable.
Thomson Reuters just released a new search interface for Web of Science. To see a quick tour of the changes, check out their short video on YouTube. There are additional videos that cover the basic Web of Science functions: searching, refining, cited reference searching, alerts, and exporting references.
And this year, the UC Libraries and California Digital Library have licensed more databases from Thomson Reuters as part of the Web of Science Core Collection.
WEB OF SCIENCE CORE COLLECTION – Default Search
Along with the familiar Science/Social Science/Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes, these databases are now included in your search. All databases will be searched, unless you specify otherwise.
- Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Indexes conference proceedings (12,000 conferences, 400,000 records/year) going back to 1990, with the same citation reference searching as you get in Science Citation Index
- Book Citation Index – Indexes 40,000 books (10,000 to be added/year) to add more than 15 million cited references to Web of Science. 40% of the books are in the natural sciences.
- Index Chemicus – Indexes more than 100 organic chemistry journals to provide coverage of novel compounds. You can search by text (including compound/reaction data) or structure/substructure. Along with the bibliographic, cited reference information, and citation alert functionality you expect from Web of Science, you’ll also get graphical summaries and reaction diagrams. – Should be searched with Current Chemical Reactions.
- Current Chemical Reactions – Indexes more than a million synthetic reactions from 100+ organic chemistry journals. You can search by text (including compound/reaction data) or structure/substructure. Along with the typical bibliographic and cited reference information, and citation alert functionality you get in Web of Science, you’ll also get complete reaction diagrams and critical conditions. – Should be searched with Index Chemicus.