Value Line will be performing system maintenance on their website and support servers over the Thanksgiving weekend. This service may cause periodic interruptions to valueline.com. This maintenance will begin on Wednesday, November 26th after 6 pm and continue through the weekend.
BrowZine allows users to create bookshelves, stock them with their favorites journals, receive notifications when a new issue comes out, and read and store articles on their device. Users can select by title or subject from over 10,000 journals to add to their bookshelves. Also included is the option to export references and PDF's to services like Zotero and Dropbox. BrowZine is a free application for devices running iOS 7+ and Android 4+ including iPads, iPhones, and Android phones and tablets including the Kindle Fire HD, with a browser version currently in development.
News from the Medical Center Library:
The mobile app for UpToDate is now available. The free UpToDate mobile app for iOS, Android or Windows 8 devices offers off-campus access to UpToDate from any Internet browser and earns CME/CE/CPD credits when you research clinical questions. Click here for installation and access instructions. For further assistance, stop by the Medical Center Library or call the main number of the Medical Library 859-323-5300 and ask for assistance.
A recent upgrade to the ClinicalKey website has caused the service to no longer function on Apple devices that cannot be upgraded beyond iOS 5, such as the first generation iPads. The official word from the support request sent to Elsevier was "unfortunately the iOS 5 environment is not supported by ClinicalKey. ClinicalKey requires iOS version 6 or later." Introduced in 2010, the first generation iPad is fast becoming a paperweight as upgraded websites and apps no longer support the iOS 5 environment. ClinicalKey seems to have joined the ranks of the Chronicle of Higher Education and BrowZine apps in leaving iOS 5 behind.
Gale, part of Cengage Learning, will make available content from its Gale Digital Collections to academic researchers for data mining and textual analysis purposes. Gale will deliver content upon customer request and in a cost-effective manner for the use of data mining and textual analysis. Content from most Gale Digital Collections, including essential research databases like Eighteenth Century Collections Online and Nineteenth Century Collections Online, as well as content from Gale’s extensive newspaper archives and other collections will be made available. In addition to content, Gale is offering new textual analysis tools within the digital archives to assist researchers who may not have programming experience or digital humanities programs at their institution.
Read the full press release and register for the webcast “Data Mining and Text Analytics: Gale at the Forefront of Providing Content Set,” scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 3pm EST.
UPDATE: Couldn't make the live webcast? View a recording here.
Emerald publishing group has announced that maintenance on their platform Emerald Insight may cause users to have access issues beginning Saturday, November 14 and lasting for up to one week. If you experience access issues with the platform beyond the weekend, please report it to us at email@example.com.
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry has been working to improve their platform, however some users have reported encountering a paywall when trying to access the full text articles. If you are accessing JCP from on campus, or off campus through the proxy by navigating to the journal from the libraries' website and you encounter a paywall, please click the login link as illustrated below. This does not actually require login credentials but will allow access to the full text. If you encounter further problems with this journal, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.