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Password information for login-dependent journals. Access to this page is restricted to Creighton students, staff, and faculty.
Both are bibliographic databases offering primary indexing, citation indexing and tracking, measures of the academic impact of journals, and the ability to profile the work of individual authors.
Publisher representatives will present overviews of their respective databases in the Health Sciences Library Thune Seminar Room:
More detail about the trial, with links to relevant articles comparing and evaluating the databases, and an evaluation survey, will be available here.
Faculty evaluation of both products is vital to this decision. Please attend the overview sessions, explore both databases, and submit a survey.
If you have questions, please contact:
Health Sciences Library: John Mitchell, JohnMitchell@creighton.edu, 402-280-4127
Reinert Alumni Library: Chris Carmichael, firstname.lastname@example.org, 402-280-1757
eFacts has changed their interface. It has moved to a platform like Lexi-Comp if you are already familiar with that website.
Facts and Comparisons eAnswers provides some quick training videos to get up to speed on the new interface at: http://www.wolterskluwercdi.com/facts-comparisons-online/training-videos/
The user guide is at: http://www.wolterskluwercdi.com/facts-comparisons-online/user-guide/
Please contact the reference staff if you have questions at email@example.com.
Posted March 20, 2017
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StatPearls is a new website with a mission to provide healthcare professionals with questions to identify knowledge deficits and rapid review chapters to assist in quickly updating medical knowledge. Dr. Scott Plantz, founder of eMedicine and CU alum, is generously providing free access to all Creighton medical professionals and alumni as a thank you for your assistance in the creation of the database. With the creation of your free account you will be able to:
The 2015-16 Annual Report of the Health Sciences Library is now available. Highlights include over 300,000 customers served, implementing a new integrated library system, and increased use of electronic resources.
The server upgrade was successful. Creighton NetID logins usually contain your initials and some random numbers. Only current faculty, staff, and students should have unrestricted access to the online library collections. The server upgrade is helping us to comply with the publisher's legal contracts regarding who may use our collections.
Today is the end of the semester. The process to upgrade the server has begun.
The off-campus authentication server administered by library staff will be upgraded at the end of the semester. Once completed, only Creighton NetID login credentials will be supported. If you don't have a NetID, you will need to be sponsored by your school. To check if you have a Creighton NetID and to reset the password if needed, go to http://ami.creighton.edu.
Posted November 29, 2016
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Revised December 26, 2016