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The NIH will release a new NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) System in early 2020.
PubMed (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/) has updated their look with a more responive layout that supports small-screen devices including mobile phones and tablets. While the look is different the same features that you found in the legacy version are still availble including:
Can you guess what this spooky image is? Check out today's NIHGM's blog post to find out:
To see their entire gallery:
Did you know October is National Medical Librarians Month? Come celebrate with your colleagues and meet the library staff at the Pratt Research Library during our open house on Monday, October 21st from 11am-2pm. Enjoy cake and coffee with us in S9.100 and learn more about our library and resources by testing yourself on our library facts and viewing our archival displays with tangible pieces of our amazing history at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
PubMed is getting a new look early next year including a new hompage, online user guide and much more. PubMed Labs, the test site, has been set up for users to try it out before it is released.
Join us for a quick Pratt Library orientation on 10/8 from 10:00-10:30am. This course provides an overview of services and resources available from Pratt Research Library. It is intended for new employees, those new to using library resources, and those interested in refreshing their knowledge of Pratt Library.
Please register in ELM by going to My Hub > My Learning and search for
EndNote has made us aware that when macOS20.15 Catalina is released in the fall all Mac users must use Endnote X9 (including all updates) in order to aviod interruption in your workflow. You can contine to use an older version as long as you do not upgrade to Catalina.