Top 10 Things To Know About Library Resources for PostDocs
is here to help. We offer:
Free search advice
Free help locating articles
Free one-on-one orientations to resources in your specialty
Free help finding grant funding
Start at the ! Use JEFFLINE's links to databases and journals for enhanced services from the
resources – especially true for Library homepage (http://jeffline.jefferson.edu) . PubMed
“JEFFLINE” links in database results to access full-text or locate print journals
Or just consult the Journals A-Z list from the JEFFLINE homepage.
If Scott Library doesn’t have an article,
we can for $5/item. To begin the borrowing process, you must create an account in our Document Delivery system (ILLiad) to track and receive your article requests - borrow it for you from another library register for your ILLiad account now.
Can’t wait? Ask the Reference staff to help you find another article on the topic.
and using filters relevant for you, such as “Toxicology” or “Microbiology Databases” to create a tab to help you easily find the references with additional toxicity or genetic/sequence information. Don’t forget to add the “Jeffline” button by using “outside tools”! Customize Pubmed by creating your own NCBI account
Use to manage your citations & format your manuscripts – like Endnote or Reference Manager. RefWorks Available from any computer on the Internet with your Campus Key.
Explore our institutional repository, the
. You can deposit your published articles in one easy location and let AISR describe & preserve them and provide free access to the article worldwide. Jefferson Digital Commons
Find lab methods info online with (formerly "Biomed Protocols") or refresh your memory Springer Protocols with basic science e-textbooks through Search for Access Medicine. more ebooks - we have hundreds.
data is available online from JEFFLINE (2008 - ). Older years are available in print or CD in the Library. Look up Journal Citation Reports impact factors and other important metrics for an individual journal or a subject area when you're preparing to publish.
offers quick links to research relevant pages such as grants information, databases, e-journals & texts, training and other resources for researchers. My JEFFLINE for Researchers