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A Faculty and Librarian Collaborative Tool on Courses and Research
LibGuides is an online content management system that libraries primarily use to create and manage both subscription-based and recommended resources. Since 2010, over 20 course guides have been created for faculty . These ...
(UIC Library of the Health Sciences, 2012-09)
A comparison of four common software programs which have a broad group of shared features and identify collaboration strengths and weaknesses to help UIC community members best select an appropriate software.
Health Sciences Professionals Who Became Librarians
Objective: To identify why librarians with a health sciences background choose librarianship as a second career and to determine if their health sciences background has been advantageous in their work as a librarian. ...
Beyond Bibliographies: Collaborating with Citation Software
A comparison of four commonly used citation management software tools. Poster presented at the UIC IT Proforum, April 2012.
Using the ICIRN Essential Nursing Resources List to Evaluate Library Collections
Objective To evaluate libraries nursing collections for how their resources align with the Interagency Council on Information Resources in Nursing (ICIRN) Essential Nursing Resources list. Background The ICIRN has ...
Sharing Our Experience: A Joint Practicum Case Study
Librarians at a private and a public institution collaborated to offer a health sciences librarianship practicum that emphasized public services. After advertising the practicum on library school internship Web sites, the ...
Coverage of Google Scholar, Scopus, and Web of Science: A case study of the h-index in nursing.
PURPOSE: This study compares the articles cited in CINAHL, Scopus, Web of Science (WOS), and Google Scholar and the h-index ratings provided by Scopus, WOS, and Google Scholar. METHODS: The publications of 30 College of ...
Research Data Management Self-Education for Librarians: A Webliography
(Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 2015-12)
An annotated list of foundational, current awareness, and network resources on research data management for librarians seeking to self-educate.
The data life cycle applied to our own data
(Journal of the Medical Library Association, 2015-01)
A case study about learning the research data life cycle using library generated data.