Librarians work throughout the year to support faculty in their research and publishing projects. Last year we collaborated on fourteen systematic reviews, co-sponsored a series of workshops on interdisciplinary publishing, and continued to promote open access publishing efforts. Faculty in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Milken Institute School of Public Health, and School of Nursing published 49 articles in BioMed Central and 65 articles in PLOS.
Increase Access to Your Research
Have you recently published a book, book chapter, article, conference poster or other publication? Himmelfarb Library would like to hear from you so we can include your work in the Health Sciences Research Commons (HSRC). The HSRC was established to gather, archive, and disseminate the research output of the Schools of Medicine and Health Sciences,
F1000Research and Post-Publication Peer Review
F1000Research is a new scholarly publishing platform which uses a new scholarly publishing model: post-publication peer review. F1000Research seeks to speed the publication of research results while ensuring the quality and accuracy of published articles by flipping the publication and peer review process.
@himmelfarbGW Get Social! Follow Us on Twitter and Instagram
Himmelfarb Library is expanding its social media outreach this fall to include Twitter and Instagram. These two services are additions to the library’s blog and Facebook presence.