The following resources are no longer available electronically:
- Books in Print / Global Books in Print
- Encyclopedia of Chromatography
- Encyclopedia of Water Science
- Engineered Materials Abstracts
- Nineteenth Century Masterfile
- Otsar ha-ḥokhmah
- Television Transcript Project
Due to staffing shortages, the South/Southeast Asia Library will be closed on Thursday, March 4.
The Public Health Library recently created a web page featuring public health related podcasts, radio, video, and webcasts. Sites on our web page include:
- i on NIH, NIH’s monthly vodcast;
- United Nations Radio Classics, an archive of classics featuring celebrities such as Boris Karloff, Eleanor Roosevelt, and others;
- CAPublicHealth, California Department of Public Health’s YouTube channel;
- This Is Public Health student videos;
- webcast.berkeley, events and courses (incluing several SPH courses, past and current semesters) from UC Berkeley;
and much more!
Let me know if there’s something that needs adding to this page.
Introduction to EndNote X3
Tuesday April 13, 1-230pm
350C Moffitt Library (PC lab)
EndNote is a widely-used, powerful reference management tool.
This hands-on workshop will include an overview of EndNote features.
You will learn to:
- Import references from an array of databases
- Manually enter references into your EndNote library
- Find the full text of references in your EndNote library
- Insert citations into a manuscript
- Organize references using Groups
User of older version of EndNote are welcome to attend, as are folks who have never used EndNote.
You are welcome to bring your own laptop to this session if you have EndNote installed on it. Install a free 30-day trail version
from the EndNote web site:
Please bring your Cal ID to enter Moffitt Library.
Can’t make this session? Maybe you can come to a session sponsored by another UCB library:
See http://ucblibrary3.berkeley.edu:8086/sciences/upcomingevents. (This calendar includes EndNote and other classes being offered by UCB Libraries).
The first edition of the Online Journal of Public Health Informatics (OJPHI), developed at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) School of Public Health, was recently released. The journal will “provide a forum for practitioners, researchers, educators, policy makers and students to disseminate knowledge about best practices and research findings.”
“OJPHI is the only journal in the health sciences disciplines which focuses on data acquisition, data management, database and information systems development, and knowledge management with the sole purpose of improving population health,” says Dr. Edward K. Mensah, associate professor of health policy and administration at UIC School of Public Health and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal.
A press release about the new journal is available in the ASPH Friday Letter. Interesting set of articles in the first issue.