The new PubMed has arrived.
Major changes include:
Limits, History, and Details tabs have been consolidated into the Advanced Search.
MeSH terms available on the Abstract Display. [No more Citation display or AbstractPlus display.]
Results filters have been moved to the right.
The link to the Clipboard only displays if there are items in the Clipboard.
Searching capabilities (automatic term mapping; etc.) remain the same.
More information can be found in NLM’s Technical Bulletin and in PubMed’s tutorials
Have questions about the redesign? Can’t figure out what the heck is going on? Contact Kate.
The Friends of the MU Libraries invite you to share some laughter with Mark Twain at the Conley House on Nov. 13 at 7 pm. Join humorist Bob Priddy, Chancellor Richard Wallace, Missouri Poet Laureate Walter Bargen, and very important MU Theatre folk Brett Johnson, Ben Friesen, cfrancis blackchild, Phebe Nichols and Gloria Dossett for an evening of Twain’s lesser known writings and poetry. Along with the stories, poems, and quips, there will be desserts and beverages. $20 admission, $8 for students. Contact Sheila Voss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 882-4701.
Witness as the The Mystical Arts of Tibet, featuring the Tibetan Monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery, bring a culturally rich experience to the MU Campus on October 26-29. Schedule: Mon. Oct. 26, Noon, Opening Ceremony, Lowry Mall/Ellis Library; Mon. Oct. 26 – Wed. Oct. 28, Afternoons, Mandala Sand Painting, Ellis Library; Wed. Oct. 28, 6:00 PM, Lecture – “Tibet Today,” Jesse Wrench Auditorium (Memorial Union); Thurs. Oct. 29, Noon, Closing Ceremony, Ellis Library; Thurs. Oct. 29, 7:00 PM, Sacred Music and Sacred Dance, Jesse Auditorium. Visit Stufftodo or Facebook
On Saturday, October 24, visit Ellis Library after the Homecoming Parade from 10 a.m. to noon for refreshments, tours and family activities. This event is free and open to the public.
Now on display in the Ellis Library Colonnade through the end of October.
Did you know the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of the most challenged books since 1884 when it was originally published because of Mark Twain’s use of slang. See more banned books around the Colonnade area at Ellis Library. The banned books from the MU Special Collections are placed in one of the display cases.
Learn more and Celebrate the Freedom to Read at the American Library Association’s Banned Books Week Web site.
The Greater Western Library Alliance annual fall meeting was held on October 5 & 6 in Columbia. The MU Libraries were pleased to welcome GWLA to Columbia for the first time.
Streaming video of the program, “Reinventing Reference,” held on Monday October 5, is available at the following link:
Wednesday, Oct. 7
Noon – 1 pm
Join us in the Ellis Library Colonnade for a free concert performed by the MU School of Music.
For more information, visit http://music.missouri.edu/hmf.html.