The campus-wide site license for ChemBioOffice/ChemDraw is funded by ACMS and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and administered by ACMS. Questions about the license or registration codes should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about SciFinder, contact Teri Vogel.
UCSD faculty, staff and students can now download the new ChemBioOffice 14. Among the enhancements, you can send your ChemDraw structure and reaction queries directly to SciFinder without having to copy/paste or import into the SciFinder structure editor. Instructions and technical information after the jump.
The Synthesis Lectures are 50 to 100-page ebooks that synthesize topics of interest to students and researchers in computer science, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, general engineering, mathematics, communications, human-centered informatics, human languages, and information science. Colloquium Lectures are in Life Sciences and cover topics of interest to students and researchers in medicine, biology, and bioengineering.
New titles in Morgan & Claypool’s Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science:
New titles in Morgan & Claypool’s Colloquium Digital Library of Life Sciences:
According to Reid Otsuji, a librarian with the UC San Diego Library’s Research Data Curation Program, UCSD researchers will find a number of enhancements with the latest version of the newly released Data Management Planning Tool (DMPTool), including:
Data management plans that were created in the previous version of the DMPTool, said Otsuji, have been migrated to the new DMPTool v2. All UCSD users can continue to work on current data management plans, edit a previously created plan, or start a new one in the latest release of the DMPTool.
Bookmark and start using the new DMPTool to create or edit your data management plan: http://dmptool.org
For more information on the University of California’s DMPTool: http://dmp.cdlib.org
UCSD researchers who need assistance in using the DMPTool can contact the Library’s Research Data Curation Program at: Research-Data-Curation@ucsd.edu
The University of California and several partners have released an enhanced and much anticipated version of the Data Management Planning Tool (DMPTool), a free tool that helps researchers and their institutions create effective data management plans required by the federal government.
“The DMPTool, whose development was led by the UC Curation Center (UC3) in Oakland, is a critical service to UC faculty and an essential component in the suite of data management tools provided to researchers by the UC San Diego Library, ” according to David Minor, Director of the Library’s Research Data Curation Program.
The DMPTool aids researchers with a critical component of research practice required by agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF). Under the 2013 Office of Science and Technology Policy directive, this requirement will expand to nearly all federal agencies within the next year.“This innovative technology was created by a talented group of colleagues working together,” said Patricia Cruse, Director of the UC Curation Center (UC3). “This highlights the importance of collaboration in the success of complex projects such as this.”Read the UC press release in its entirety.
To learn more about using the DMPTool and the data management, curation and sharing services available to UCSD faculty and researchers, visit UCSD’s Research Data Curation Program (RDCP) website or email the RCDP for assistance in getting started with data management.
UCSD Research Data Curation Web site
UCSD Research Data Curation Email
Congratulations to the 2014 Undergraduate Library Research Prize Winners! Jessica Gross, Maarouf Saad, Jessica Knapp, Adam Simon (not shown)
Co-sponsored by the UC San Diego Library, the UCSD Alumni Association, and the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, the annual prize includes cash awards of $1000 and $500 for first and second place. Awards are given in two categories, Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities, and Physical and Life Sciences, to undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional research skills and use of The Library’s resources in research undertaken at UCSD. We applaud this year’s winners for their intellectual prowess, and stellar critical thinking and research skills.
In the Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities category, first prize went to Jessica Knapp for her project, “The Effects of Mental Illness on the Javanese Family.” Second prize was awarded to Jessica Gross for her project, “Religious Women as Apothecaries and Practitioners in Early Modern France.”
First prize in the Life and Physical Sciences category went to Maarouf Saad for his project, “Alcohol-Dysregulated MicroRNAs in the Pathogenesis of Oropharyngeal Cancer.” And, second prize was awarded to Adam Simon for his project, “Synthesis of a Novel 2-Deoxystreptamine Mimetic: Building Blocks for Aminoglycoside Analogs.”
To be considered for the Undergraduate Libraries Research Prize, students must be nominated by faculty members and must participate in either the annual UC San Diego Undergraduate Research Conference held in the spring, or in other university programs that foster and recognize student research and scholarship. The Undergraduate Research Conference is one of three major undergraduate scholarly meetings that the Academic Enrichment Programs coordinate each year that afford students from all academic disciplines the opportunity to present findings of research conducted under the guidance of UC San Diego faculty members.
Access to the Natural Standard database on integrative medicine was not available for UCSD users in April and much of May due to licensing and renewal problems. CDL/UCSF licensing efforts have concluded and we now have access again. Thank you for your patience. The new site is https://naturalmedicines.therapeuticresearch.com/
Additional resources for natural product medicine include the following:
What would you like your ideal library to be, do, or offer? Here’s your chance to let us know!
Visit the Geisel East Learning Commons service desk (2nd Floor) before Wednesday, June 11 (during staffed desk hours), and have your photo taken with your comments.
We’ll post everyone’s ideas in the Commons and online, and you’ll walk away with a FREE bluebook and new pen just in time for finals. We want to hear your thoughts, and see your smile!
Do you have ideas on how to improve the UC San Diego Library? Let your voice be heard. We’re accepting applications for the Library Student Advisory Council for 2014-2015 through May 30th.
The Library Student Advisory Council (LSAC) is a forum for ongoing dialogue between students and Library staff with the goal of providing the diverse UC San Diego student community with the best possible library services, spaces, and collections to meet their academic needs. We want to hear from you!
For more information and to apply, visit: http://libraries.ucsd.edu/about/lsac.html
Ruth Klüger was eleven years old when she and her mother were deported from her native Vienna to Theresienstadt, the Nazis’ “model ghetto.” Twelve grueling months later, she was deported to Auschwitz. After the war, Klüger emigrated to the United States where she became a professor of German literature. In 1992 she published her memoir Still Alive, one of the most successful and unconventional Holocaust memoirs ever written. The recipient of numerous prestigious awards, Klüger lives in Irvine, California, where she continues to write. At this event, she will be introduced by history professor Frank Biess.
Sponsored by Phyllis and Dan Epstein Co-sponsored by International House at UCSD
When: Wednesday May 14, 2014, 5 pm
Where: Great Hall at International House, UC San Diego
Who: free and open to the public – refreshments served
UC San Diego and the Local Ecosystem: Insights from Wireless and Biotech
UC San Diego Library Seuss Room
Thursday, May 15, 2014
3:30 – 5:00PM
UC San Diego has played a central role in the development of the San Diego high-technology economy in both the wireless and biotechnology industries. Dean Mary Walshok (UCSD) and Professor Steven Casper (Keck Graduate Institute) will present results from their chapters on UC San Diego in the forthcoming Stanford University Press book Public Universities and Regional Development: Insights from the University of California edited by Martin Kenney (UC Davis) and David Mowery (UC Berkeley).