Presentasjon om: "1 Information search for the research protocol in IIC/IID Medical Library, 2013."— Utskrift av presentasjonen:
1 Information search for the research protocol in IIC/IID Medical Library, 2013
2 Library services for students working with the research protocol and thesis (hovedoppgaven) Open library courses: Student groups can order courses from the library. Personal counseling (search terms, search strategy, sources, searching). Reference management user support (EndNote). How to cite "difficult" references. More relevant ebooks. Information and guides at the Medical Library homepage:
3 Are there any learning objectives for information search? Learning objectives for medical students (Studiehåndboka for 2013/2014): Semester IIB: bruke medisinsk bibliotek til mer inngående litteratursøk i forhold til aktuelle kliniske problemstillinger som ledd i faglig utvikling Semester IIIA Studenten skal kunne: på effektiv måte finne fram til relevant litteratur i biblioteket, og aktivt bruke oppslagsverk og elektroniske søkeverktøy (biblioteket tilbyr kurs). Sistnevnte er presisert i Retningslinjene for hovedoppgave ved DMF: Som ledd i arbeidet med å videreutvikle bruk av data- og litteratursøking skal studenten lære: - metoder for søking av originallitteratur - utnyttelse av et vitenskapelig bibliotek If you're going to publish your thesis in a journal, many journals want you to provided documentation of your search strategy in the methods section of your paper.
4 How to get journal articles? Use the link to PubMed from the Medical Library for easy access to full text and paper copy orders
5 How to get a Fulltext Article? After finishing your search you can find information about how to get the fulltext of an interesting articles from the result list. Result list in PubMed
6 How to get a Fulltext Article? Pubmed & free online articles: PubMed informs you about free articles at the end of each reference (click on the link to get the fulltext). Link to free fulltext is presented in the upper right corner together with the NTNU icon (See also next slide). PubMed has an automatic filter that sorts out all references in your search that are available as free fulltext. You can access this filter by clicking on ”Free Full Text” in the upper right corner of the reference list.
7 How to get a Fulltext Article? Pubmed & NTNU: This full text link is supplied by the publishers and you will only get access if NTNU has a subscription NTNU will supply correct information about full text access. Click on the link to access the abstract and the full text (if available)
8 Article information Full text information will only appear when you have full text access. Clicking on the link will transfer you directly to the article (see notes about access limitations). For ordering a paper copy from Bibsys (if fulltext is missing) A list of articles that the system believes you might be interested in based on the chosen article. Check our holdings of the print edition of the journal How to get the complete article? Pubmed & NTNU: English language is available
9 How to get a Fulltext Article? Pubmed & NTNU: Always use PDF when printing. Web version (html) of the article Example of a fulltext article: Both pdf and html versions are not available for all online journals. Some has only pdf available. Some older issues might only be available as html.
10 Submit your library number and last name Messages for the library The reference is automatically submitted by the system Click once to order Library holdings for printed edition at NTNU
11 All databases have help pages and tutorials – Use them! Contact the library if you need help!