Students, submit your history essays! Cash Prizes ($1200, $1000, $800, $500) and possible publication in Veterinary Heritage. Deadline: April 15, 2013
Because History has a lot to tell us about our profession and ourselves.
See the details from the American Veterinary Medical History Society
Thanks to CVM-IT, we’ve got more computers in the library! There will be a total of 6 new machines — these computers are connected to the printers across the hall. So, students, you can use your Print Quota!
We now have online access to the Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation! Online access goes back to the Jan 1999 issue and includes article in press.
The MU Libraries needs your help organizing its website.
Please take 10 to 20 minutes of your time to complete this fun activity: http://bit.ly/WG8rLl
Upon completion, your name will be entered in a drawing to win a $50 gift card to the MU Bookstore.
Thank you for taking the time to participate!
For further questions please contact:
IE Lab Project Manager
University of Missouri
Spring 2013 hours start Monday, January 7th. Please note that, due to low usage, we will be closed on Saturdays.
What might that mean for you? If you check out a reserve book after 3pm on Friday, it won’t be due until Sunday afternoon!
Spring 2013 Hours
Mon – Thurs: 7:30 am – 9:00 pm
Fri: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
MU Libraries Hours
Through the generous support of the Dean’s Office, the library now has online access to the Veterinary Clinics of North America from 2002 – present.
VCNA: Equine Practice
VCNA: Exotic Animal Practice
VCNA: Food Animal Practice
VCNA: Small Animal Practice
If you are in PubMed, Scopus, CAB, or any other library database, the FindIt@MU link will take you to the article.
Please note that there is a 5-user limit for each section. So…don’t everybody click on PDFs all at once.
ORCID, Open Researcher and Contributor ID, is now live! ORCID is a unique identifier to distinguish YOU from other researchers with similar name. Link all of your work together (articles, datasets, etc.) — whether you were published as Truman Tiger or T Tiger.
Find out more: http://about.orcidid.com/
“ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based effort to provide a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities and outputs to these identifiers. ORCID is unique in its ability to reach across disciplines, research sectors, and national boundaries and its cooperation with other identifier systems.”
Want to see what’s new in the library? Check out our (new) New Books List!
You’ll see new print books, new electronic books, and new “purchase on demand” titles.
What’s purchase on demand? Due to impending shortfalls in our collection budget, we are investigating new ways to ensure that the books we purchase are needed and used by our campus community.
In the MERLIN library catalog, you may run across some titles that say: “Request the library order this book.” You’ll be asked to login with your Username so we can notify you once the book has been purchased and is available. We expect that most books will arrive within 2-3 weeks.
We’ve also pre-loaded some electronic books into the MERLIN catalog. Click on the e-book and it will open instantly just like any other ebook. An official purchase will be made behind the scenes.
Have you ever wondered just what Open Access really is? Here’s an 8-minute video, brought to you by the PhD Comics folks: http://www.openaccessweek.org/video/open-access-explained-by-phd-comics.
Read more about Open Access.
We’ve digitized Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1872 – 1968, a 50-page booklet on the early history of veterinary medicine at MU.
Check it out at: https://mospace.umsystem.edu/xmlui/handle/10355/15719
Chock full of interesting info!