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NEW: SciFlow : Write a manuscript or report in team - Friday, September 4, 2020

Dear colleagues/ Dear Sir or Madam,

The SciFlow text editor, a collaborative online editor, was developed especially for scientists and offers journal-specific templates that automatically adapt the manuscript layout to the selected journal. The selected template allows you to concentrate on the content, so that the formatting effort is very low.

The HZI library has acquired an institutional license for SciFlow, so that the required journal templates can be realized via request to SciFlow if required (after checking the Journal-list in SciFlow(HZI)-Portal via Button „Template anfragen“). Since the HZI library conducts an annual analysis of all HZI publications regarding the OpenAccess parts and the used publishers/journals, we could already tell the SciFlow developers about the 30 most used journals, so that these journal templates will soon be available to everyone. The already existing templates can be found in SciFlow-portal for HZI: https://sciflow.net/hzi

(More general scientific templates for scientific reports, grant applications etc. will soon be available in the SciFlow(HZI) portal in a separate section, currently there are some general templates in the section "Haus- und Abschlussarbeiten/”(term papers and theses) and the templates Meeting minutes (de, en), report (de), Data management plan (Horizon 2020, DFG, BMBF)

Get to know SciFlow in this SciFlow-webinars:

(further details we send via mailing list „Vortragsankuendigung“)

 

Demo (©OVGU): SciFlow- kollaboratives Wissenschaftl. Arbeiten /SciFlow-connecting scientific writers

 

The SciFlow features:

  • Online text editor (similar to GoogleDocs, but DSGVO compliant and secure) with image, formula and citation integration
  • Cooperation with any number of authors (also outside the institution) possible
  • Formatting and export via templates at the end of the writing process for texts formatted ready for submission (to include comments into the export enter "comments" in the template search)
  • Involvement of the literature administrations Zotero, Mendeley and BibTex (Citavi is in work, a HGF consortium will work for the integration of RIS/EndNote).
  • Since the use of the basic system is free of charge for everyone, you can also work and write with colleagues outside the HGF without any problems.
  • The servers are located in Germany (DSGVO compliant); SciFlow is a start-up from Magdeburg.
  • Still missing journal templates will be created free of charge for licensing institutes (after checking the Journal-list in SciFlow(HZI)-Portal via Button „Template anfragen“) within 2-3 weeks, without a license agreement only via individual invoice fee.

 

PS: Similar tools like Authorea or Overleaf are much more expensive as institutional version and come from the Anglo-American area, so they are not DSGVO-compliant. The FZ Jülich looked at all 3 tools and came to the conclusion that only SciFlow is DSGVO-compliant and thus institutionally licensable.

Best regards,

HZI library team

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Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

Der SciFlow-Texteditor, ein kollaborativer Online-Editor, wurde speziell für Wissenschaftler entwickelt und bietet spezielle Journal-Templates, die das Manuskript-Layout automatisch auf die gewählte Zeitschrift anpassen. Mit dem jeweils gewählten Template können Sie sich auf den Inhalt konzentrieren, sodass der Formatierungsaufwand sehr niedrig ist.

Die HZI-Bibliothek hat für SciFlow eine institutionelle Lizenz erwprben, damit die benötigten Journal-Templates bei Bedarf via Anfrage an SciFlow realisiert werden können (nach Prüfung der Journal-Liste im SciFlow-HZI-Portal via Button „Template anfragen“). Da die HZI-Bibliothek jedes Jahr eine Analyse aller HZI-Publikationen zu den OpenAccess-Anteilen und den genutzten Publisher/Journals durchführt, konnten wir den SciFlow-Entwicklern schon die 30 meistgenutzten Journals nennen, damit diese Journal-Templates bald allen zur Verfügung stehen. Die bereits existierenden Templates finden Sie im SciFlow-Portal für das HZI:  https://sciflow.net/hzi

(Allgemeinere wissenschaftliche Templates für wissenschaftliche Berichte, Förderanträge etc werden demnächst im SciFlow(HZI)-Portal in einer eigenen Rubrik verfügbar sein, derzeit gibt es einige allgemeine Templates in der Rubrik „Haus- und Abschlussarbeiten“ sowie die Templates Meetingprotokoll (de, en), Bericht (de), Datenmanagementplan (Horizon 2020, DFG, BMBF))

Das Schreiben in SciFlow ist grundsätzlich kostenlos möglich und jede/r kann sich dort anmelden und das Portal ausprobieren und nutzen. Der Vorteil einer institutionellen Lizenz liegt darin, dass auf Anfrage Templates für die benötigten Zeitschriften, die noch nicht verfügbar sind, kostenlos innerhalb von 2 – 3 Wochen erstellt werden und dass es Webinarschulungen und direkten Support gibt.

Lernen Sie SciFlow (https://sciflow.net/hzi) kennen in diesen SciFlow-Webinaren:

(Nähere Infos erhalten Sie zusätzlich separat via Mailingliste „Vortragsankuendigung“)

Demo (©OVGU): SciFlow- kollaboratives Wissenschaftl. Arbeiten /SciFlow-connecting scientific writers

Die SciFlow-Features:

  • Online-Texteditor (an GoogleDocs angelehnt, aber DSGVO-konform und sicher) mit Bild-, Formel- und Zitateinbindung
  • Zusammenarbeit mit beliebig vielen AutorInnen (auch außerhalb der Institution)
  • Formatierung und Export via Templates am Ende des Schreibprozesses für fertig zur Einreichung formatierte Texte (zur Mitnahme von Kommentaren bei der Template-Suche „comments“ eingeben)
  • Einbindung der Literaturverwaltungen Zotero, Mendeley und BibTex (Citavi ist in Arbeit, ein HGF-Konsortium wird sich für die Einbindung von RIS/EndNote einsetzen).
  • Da die Nutzung des Grundsystems für jedermann kostenfrei ist, können Sie auch mit KollegInnen außerhalb der HGF problemlos zusammenarbeiten und –schreiben.
  • Die Server stehen in Deutschland (DSGVO-konform); SciFlow ist ein StartUp aus Magdeburg.
  • Noch fehlende Journal-Templates werden für lizenzierende Institute kostenlos innerhalb von 2-3 Wochen erstellt (nach Prüfung der Journal-Liste im SciFlow(HZI)-Portal via Button „Template anfragen“), ohne Lizenzvertrag nur kostenpflichtig gegen Einzel-Berechnung.

 

PS: Ähnliche Tools wie Authorea oder Overleaf sind als institutionelle Version deutlich teurer und kommen aus dem angloamerikanischen Bereich, sind also nicht DSGVO-konform. Das FZ Jülich hat sich alle 3 Tools angesehen und kam zu der Überzeugung, dass nur SciFlow DSGVO-konform und damit institutionell lizenzierbar ist.

Viele Grüße,

Ihr Bibliotheksteam

 

SpringerNature: GoldOA-Komponente seit 1.8.2020 freigeschaltet / GoldOA-component in SpringerNatureDEAL activated since 1. Aug. 2020 - Monday, August 3, 2020

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
Wir freuen uns, Ihnen Folgendes mitteilen zu können:

Die GoldOA-Komponente bei den FullyOpen-Zeitschriften im SpringerNature-DEAL ist seit 1. August 2020 freigeschaltet (OnlineOpen im SpringerNatureDEAL ist ja seit 1. Jan. 2020 nutzbar, siehe Tabelle auf der Seite DEAL allgemein) - darunter fallen die SpringerOpen-,  die zwei Nature-Titel Nature Communications und Scientific Reports und die BMC-Titel. Bei den SpringerOPEN-Titeln und den BMC-Titeln gibt es auf den Listenpreis einen zusätzlichen Rabatt von 20% für DEAL-Einrichtungen, siehe auch OpenAccess in SpringerNature und DEAL allgemein

01.08.2020     Publikationen berechtigter Autor*innen in aktuell rund 600 Springer Nature-Open-Access-Zeitschriften = Fully Open Access (inkl. Scientific Reports und Nature Communications) werden ab dem 1.8.2020 vom Vertrag abgedeckt. Auf die APC-Listenpreise aller Springer-Open und BMC-Titel wird ein Nachlass von 20% gewährt, siehe SpringerNature-DEAL-Vertrag
"For BMC and certain other Springer titles which are included in the Open Access Journals, Publisher will apply in addition to the Cap a 20% discount, the journals being eligible for such discount will be identified accordingly in the DEAL Journal List."

Alle zur Publikation angenommenen Manuskripte (Stichtag 01.08.2019) mit einem corresponding author aus den Teilnehmereinrichtungen werden sofort und kostenlos Open Access veröffentlicht und freigeschaltet (mit CC-BY 4.0, nur bei wenigen Zeitschriften mit CC-BY-NC), siehe SpringerNature-DEAL-Vertrag.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass Artikel für BMC- und bisherigen SpringerOpen-Zeitschriften weiterhin über das Altsystem eingereicht werden. Dies bedeutet, dass die Autor*innen bereits bei der Einreichung aufgefordert werden, eine Zahlungsoption anzukreuzen. Um den DEAL-Autor*innen die Arbeit zu erleichtern, empfiehlt SpringerNature an der Stelle "I agree to pay the APC" anzukreuzen, siehe   BMC-SpringerOpen-Workflow. Die eigentliche Identifizierung und Zuordnung des Artikels zur jeweiligen DEAL-Einrichtung erfolgt erst nachdem der Artikel für die Publikation angenommen wurde (als Teil des "MyPublication"-Workflows, den der/die Autor*in nach der "Acceptance" anstößt). Aus dem Grund sollten alle Artikel, die zwischenzeitlich mit dem alten BMC-Mitgliedscode eingereicht wurden, korrekt prozessiert und dem jeweiligen DEAL AAS-Accounts zugeordnet werden.

Im SpringerNature-DEAL nicht enthalten sind:
alle Nature-Zeitschriften (bis auf die im DEAL enthaltenen Zeitschriften Nature Communications & Scientific Reports), Magazine (z.B. Scientific American, Spektrum der Wissenschaft), technische Fachzeitschriften (z.B. ATZ, MTZ).

Um Sie beim Publizieren in SpringerNature und in Wiley zu unterstützen, haben wir unsere Seiten erweitert: 
•   DEAL allgemein: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Zeitschriften/OpenAccess/DEAL-allgemein
•   OpenAccess in SpringerNature: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Zeitschriften/OpenAccess-in-SpringerNature 
•   OpenAccess in Wiley: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Zeitschriften/OpenAccess/OpenAccess-in-Wiley 

(PS: Unsere Webseiten werden im nächsten Wiley-Newsletter der September-Ausgabe als BestPractice vorgestellt.)

Bei Fragen können Sie sich gern an uns wenden.

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Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to inform you that the GoldOA-component of the FullyOpen-journals in the SpringerNatureDEAL is available since August 1, 2020 (OnlineOpen in the SpringerNatureDEAL has been available since January 1, 2020, see table on page DEAL in general) - this includes the SpringerOpen, the two Nature titles Nature Communications and Scientific Reports and BMC titles. For the SpringerOPEN titles and the BMC titles there is an additional discount of 20% on the list price for DEAL facilities, see also page OpenAccess in SpringerNature and DEAL in general.

01.08.2020        Publications by authorized authors in currently around 600 SpringerNature pure OpenAccess-journals = Fully Open Access (including Scientific Reports and Nature Communications) will be covered by the contract from 1.8.2020. A discount of 20% will be granted on the APC list prices of all Springer Open Access and BMC titles, see SpringerNature-DEAL-contract
"For BMC and certain other Springer titles which are included in the Open Access Journals, Publisher will apply in addition to the Cap a 20% discount, the journals being eligible for such discount will be identified accordingly in the DEAL Journal List."

All manuscripts accepted for publication (due date: 01.08.2019) with corresponding authors from the participating institutions will be published and activated immediately and free of charge (with CC-BY 4.0, only for a few journals with CC-BY-NC), see SpringerNature-DEAL-contract.

Please note that articles for BMC and the previous SpringerOPEN-journals will still be submitted via the previous legacy system. This means that authors will be asked to choose a payment option when submitting their articles. To make it easier for DEAL authors, SpringerNature recommends to choose  "I agree to pay the APC", see BMC-SpringerOpen-Workflow. The actual identification and assignment of the article to the respective DEAL facility is carried out after the article has been accepted for publication (as part of the "MyPublication"-workflow, which the author* initiates after "Acceptance"). For this reason, all articles submitted in the meantime with the old BMC member code will be processed correctly and assigned to the respective DEAL AAS account.

Not included in the SpringerNature-DEAL:
all Nature-branded journals (except those 2 Nature-journals included in the DEAL: Nature Communications & Scientific Reports), magazines (e.g. Scientific American, Spektrum der Wissenschaft), technical journals (e.g. ATZ, MTZ).

To support you in publishing in SpringerNature and in Wiley, we have expanded our pages: 
•  DEAL in general: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Journals/OpenAccess/DEAL-in-general 
•  OpenAccess in SpringerNature: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Journals/OpenAccess/OpenAccess-in-SpringerNature 
•  OpenAccess in Wiley: https://helmholtz-hzi.bibliotheca-open.de/Journals/OpenAccess/OpenAccess-in-Wiley

(PS: Our webpages will be presented in the next Wiley newsletter in September as BestPractice.)

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Best regards,
Your library team

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Lessons from Covid-19 & first living search strategy for Covid-19 resources - Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Dear colleagues,

Many of you are busy with doing research on Covid-19 and related topics. We would therefore like to draw your attention to the following publication if you have not yet discovered it:

 

Shokraneh, Farhad, and Tony Russell-Rose. 2020. “Lessons from COVID-19 to Future Evidence Synthesis Efforts: First Living Search Strategy and out of Date Scientific Publishing and Indexing Industry.” Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 123 (July): 171-173. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.04.014.

 

In this letter to the editor Shokraneh et al. describe the lessons learned from Covid-19. One of the most important challenge is that a variety of terms were used and also are still being used to describe the concept of Covid-19. Furthermore, the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) – which supports the researcher in finding synonyms and refining their search strategy – were updated regarding Covid-19 related terms so frequently that it was hard to keep up:

Apart from the fact that designing search strategies can be subjective and strategies may vary from one search expert to another, terminology is changing rapidly and search strategies that were accurate when first pub-lished can become unreliable and unable to retrieve relevant literature in a consistent manner.”[1]  

Shokraneh et al. intend to solve this problem via their creation of the first living search strategy on Covid-19 for which they used the 2Dsearch platform. This living search strategy is being constantly updated and curated as the Covid-19 concept develops and new terminology appears in MESH –the permanent link to it is: https://app.2dsearch.com/new-query/5e8072c5e0b7360004cd2b74.

At that 2Dsearch platform you can directly get the results from Pubmed via the top-right link “Open Pubmed results”. (BTW: within only 4 hours the Pubmed results for this Covid-19 search strategy were rising from 37.400 to 37.529 hits.) Moreover, via “Tree view” (middle of the top-menu) you can display the search terms as a tree map. You can also adapt and refine the search strategy and export it. For more details see How to use/ Help (in left menu): https://www.2dsearch.com/help  

Shokraneh et al. also suggest to use additionally preprint servers for searching on Covid-19 and other rapidly growing topics: “…at the time of writing, more than a quarter of studies on COVID-19 are not published in any journal and are not indexed in MEDLINE or Embase. This means that any evidence synthesis effort must consider searching preprint servers such as medRxiv and bioRxiv etc. in addition to ClinicalTrials.Gov (for more details see Shokraneh’s publication“Keeping up with studies on COVID-19: systematic search strategies and resources[2])

Regarding searching Covid-19 related preprints there exist some meta-search tools:

  • PreVIEW: COVID-19 (ZB Med/ nfdi4health Task Force COVID-19):  includes all COVID-19 related preprints from medRxiv, bioRxiv, ChemRxiv, arXiv & Preprints.org, updated daily, extended search and filter functions for abstracts, direct links to the full texts and export functions for retrieved results. To improve retrieval functionality, concepts from standardized disease and symptom vocabularies are marked in the abstracts. Additional terminology for the search for transmission and seroprevalence information has been added.
  • Outbreak Science Rapid PREreview: aims to centralize reviews from different preprint server
  • Integrated search of preprints from medRxiv & bioRxiv
  • Collabovid (created by TU-BS students during “Code vs Covid-Hackaton”): Collabovid helps researchers to identify the most relevant information by using Natural Language Processing. Search for any topic you want. Visit search to review all articles or browse a list of predefined topics. For additional help visit the frequently asked questions.

(Those and additional tools are part of our regularly updated collection "Free and useful resources on Corona", last update: 28. July 2020, 13 pages)

 

Beside ignoring Preprints it is also not advisable to ignore non-English publications as Nussbaumer-Streit et al. argue: “Ignoring Chinese language publications for any evidence synthesis during the early phase of the outbreak would have meant ignoring the bulk of the evidence. We would even argue that including the Chinese language in searches of English-speaking databases (e.g., PubMed or Embase) is not enough—a situation such as the COVID-19 pandemic requires searches in Chinese databases.”[3]

This conclusion is based on a study whose result Nussbaumer-Streit et al. describe as follows: “From 29 included studies, six were published in the Chinese language and listed in Chinese literature databases.”[4] The results complement the guidance in the new edition of the Cochrane Handbook[5] .

 

 

 

[1] Shokraneh, F. and Russell-Rose, T. (2020): “Lessons from COVID-19 to Future Evidence Synthesis Efforts: First Living Search Strategy and out of Date Scientific Publishing and Indexing Industry.” – In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (2020) Vol. 123 (July): 171-173. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.04.014

[2] Shokraneh, F. (2020): Keeping up with studies on covid-19: systematic search strategies and resources. In: BMJ (2020); Vol. 369 : m1601. DOI: 10.1136/bmj.m1601

[3] Nussbaumer-Streit et al. (2020): Reply to letter to the editor “Lessons from COVID-19 to future evidence synthesis efforts: first living search strategy and out of date scientific publishing and indexing industry”. In: Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 123 (July): 173-174, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.04.013)

[4] ibid.

[5] C. Lefebvre et al.: Searching for and selecting studies. – In: (Eds.), Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions (2nd ed.), Chichester: Wiley, 2019, pp. 67-107. DOI: 10.1002/9781119536604.ch4)

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Free and useful resources and news on Corona (last update: 1. Sep 2020) - Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Dear colleagues, Dear Sir or Madam,

[PS: Be aware that we together with several publishers/ providers set up institutional login via Shibboleth see Journals resp. Downloads (section Remote access)

As our country is battling the Coronavirus libraries, publishers and course platforms are there to give fast access to the resources you need. Here is a collection of resources (last updated: 1. Sept. 2020), subdivided in the following sections:

a. die wichtigsten Übersichtsseiten/ the most important overview websites

b. die wichtigsten Verlage und Suchtools, die Corona-bezogene Inhalte z.Z. kostenfrei zur Verfügung stellen/ main publishers currently providing Corona-related content free of charge

c. die wichtigsten sonstigen Quellen/ most important additional resources

d. Program tools, technological services, methods and standard development, datasets of genome sequences, antiviral target candidates etc.

e. eBooks, Online courses

  1. die wichtigsten Übersichtsseiten/ the most important overview websites

 

  1. die wichtigsten Verlage und Suchtools, die Corona-bezogene Inhalte z.Z. kostenfrei zur Verfügung stellen/ main publishers currently providing Corona-related content free of charge (following Creative Commons‘ call for OpenAccess Policies )

* However, such temporary offers by traditional publishers are not sustainable (except those that are permanently OpenAccess) – as those temporary offers are not permanently accessible.

 

  1. die wichtigsten sonstigen Quellen/ most important additional resources
  1. Program tools, technological services, methods and standard development, datasets of genome sequences, antiviral target candidates etc.

 

  1. eBooks, Online courses

„Online Demo Days“-AGENDA (DONNERSTAG, 23. APRIL, DEUTSCH)

  • 09-10: NVivo - Qualitative Datenanalyse leicht gemacht
  • 10-11: EndNote - Cite While You Write mit EndNote
  • 11-12: Suchen und Finden - Internetrecherche für EndNote Nutzer
  • 12-13: IBM SPSS - Reproduzierbare Datenanalyse mit IBM SPSS Statistics
  • 13-14: R - Reproduzierbare Datenanalysen mit R (und R Studio) Bitte klicken Sie hier für Programm und Anmeldung für den Deutschen Online Demo Day

 

„Online Demo Days“-AGENDA (WEDNESDAY, 22nd APRIL, ENGLISH)

  • 09-10: EndNote - How to get started with EndNote with tips and tricks
  • 10-11: NVivo - Intuitive Qualitative Data Analysis Software
  • 11-12: SignalsNotebook - Finally solve the lab documentation problem
  • 12-13: Mathcad - What is Mathcad? Mathcad vs other calculation methods
  • 13-14: IBM SPSS - Reproducible Data Analysis using IBM SPSS Statistics
  • 14-15: R - Reproducible Data Analysis using R (and R Studio)
  • 15-16: MathType - Quality math equations in your documents and online Click here for

Program & registration for the English Online Demo Day.

 

- Recherche mit Suchstrings für lizensierte Zeitschriftenpakete von Verlagen

- Verfügbarmachung der "Holdings" der jeweiligen Einrichtung in Scopus (Link Resolver)

- Fachspezifische Suchanfragen und Keywords: Mesh-Integration, Suche nach chemischen Strukturen und Stoffnamen etc.

- Zitationsanalysen (Related Records)

- Suche nach Verlag/ Affiliation/ Corresponding Author

Suggested search string (should contain (nearly) each possible synonym):

("COVID-19" OR Coronavirus OR "Corona virus" OR "2019-nCoV" OR "SARS-CoV" OR "MERS-CoV" OR “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome” OR “Middle East Respiratory Syndrome” OR coronavirus OR coronavirinae OR coronaviridae OR betacoronavirus OR covid19 OR “covid 19” OR nCoV OR “CoV 2” OR CoV2 OR sarscov2 OR 2019nCoV OR  “novel CoV” OR “wuhan virus”) OR ((wuhan OR hubei OR huanan) AND (“severe acute respiratory” OR pneumonia) AND (outbreak)) OR “Coronavirus”[Mesh] OR “Coronavirus Infections”[Mesh] OR “COVID-19” [Supplementary Concept] OR “severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2” [Supplementary Concept] OR “Betacoronavirus”[Mesh] e.g. in search database Dimensions (which is sometimes even more comprehensive than Scopus) or

Search strategy according to the first living COVID19 search strategy via 2dsearch (as of 27.7.20):

(Betacoronavirus[MH:NoExp] OR "Coronavirus Infections"[MH:NoExp] OR "Coronaviridae Infections"[MH:NoExp] OR "Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2"[NM] OR "COVID-19 Serotherapy"[NM] OR "COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing"[NM] OR Coronavirus[MH:NoExp] OR "COVID-19 Vaccine"[NM] OR "COVID-19 Drug Treatment"[NM] OR "Papain-Like Protease, Coronavirus"[NM] OR "Nidoviral Uridylate-Specific Endoribonuclease"[NM] OR "Nucleocapsid Protein, Coronavirus"[NM] OR COVID-19[NM] OR Coronavirus*[ALL] OR Coronovirus*[ALL] OR CoV2[ALL] OR nCoV[ALL] OR "SARS CoV 2"[ALL] OR SARS2[ALL] OR Corona Virus*[ALL] OR Corona Infect*[ALL] OR SARS-CoV[ALL] OR 2019nCoV[ALL] OR SARS-CoV-2[ALL] OR CoV[ALL] OR COVID19[ALL] OR COVID[ALL] OR COVID-19[ALL] OR Betacoronavirus*[ALL] OR SARSCoV*[ALL] OR HCoV-19[ALL] OR Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome CoV*[ALL] OR "ORF1ab Polyprotein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "ORF8 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "ORF7a Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "ORF7b Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "ORF6 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "ORF3a Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "RNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase, Coronavirus"[NM] OR "Membrane Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "Envelope Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "Spike Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP2 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP7 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP8 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP9 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP6 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP10 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP1 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP3 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP4 Protein, SARS-CoV-2"[NM] OR "NSP5A Protein, SARS-Cov-2"[NM] OR "NSP5B Protein, SARS-Cov-2"[NM] OR "Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Disease, COVID-19 Related"[NM]) AND ((2019/11/17[EDAT] : 3000[EDAT]) OR (2019/11/17[PDAT] : 3000[PDAT])) e.g. in Scopus or PubPharm

Related topics (as PubMed searches) collected by ALIA/Australian Library Association

Controlled Terms and Classification Codes (e.g. for Search strings)

additional and more detailed search strings (BMI/Biomedische Informatie)

additional and more detailed search strings (CADTH)

additional expert search strings, also related topics (Ovid) – click “view strategy” and copy& paste it to other databases/ search portals e.g. Scopus, Pubmed, Dimensions

 

PS: für ergänzende Hinweise sind wir dankbar, allerdings werden wir aus Gründen der Übersichtlichkeit eine Auswahl treffen. / We are grateful for any additional suggestion, but for the sake of clarity we will do a selection.

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Stabstelle Bibliothek ab Montag 23.3.2020 im HomeOffice / Library at homeoffice from 23.03.2020 on - Friday, March 20, 2020

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

auch die Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der Stabsstelle Bibliothek verabschieden sich vom Montag den 23.03.2020 an bis zur Aufhebung der Basisstufe 4 ins HomeOffice.

Wir sind aber weiterhin für sie erreichbar. Per Email erreichen Sie uns über bibliothek[@]helmholtz-hzi.de und telefonisch über die gewohnten Rufnummern; Weiterleitungen ins HomeOffice sind aktiviert.

 

Sie finden nun auch eine Liste von Verlagen von elektronischen Journals und Datenbanken, mit denen wir ein institutionelles Login via Shibboleth einrichten konnten:

http://intranet-hzi/I/W/BIB/Seiten/Downloads.aspx (Kategorie: Zugang außerhalb des Campus)

[Update: 25.3.2020: Die Liste der instutional login-Möglichkeit je Anbieter via Shibboleth ist nun auch öffentlich im Bibliotheksportal >Zeitschriften bzw. >Downloads zugänglich]

Sie können sich somit, ohne den Connect-VPN-Tunnel nutzen zu müssen, direkt auf den Verlagsseiten mit ihrem institutionellen Login anmelden. Wir werden die Liste laufend aktuell halten.

 

Weiterhin stehen wir Ihnen für Fragen zu Lizenzen, für Artikelanfragen, zu Open Access-Publikation, und zu Predatory Journals gerne zur Verfügung.

...

Dear Colleagues,

The library staff is going to work from homeoffice from Monday 23.03.2020 until Basisstufe 4 is lifted.

But we are still available for you. You can reach us by email at bibliothek[@]helmholtz-hzi.de and by telephone using the usual numbers; Forwardings to the home office are activated.

 

On our intranet page you will find a list of publishers of electronic journals and databases with which we were able to set up an institutional login.

http://intranet-hzi/I/W/BIB/Seiten/Downloads.aspx (Remote Access)

You can register here directly on the publisher's website with your institutional login without having to use the Connect VPN tunnel. We will keep the list up to date.

We are also happy to answer any questions you may have about licenses, article inquiries, open access publications and predatory journals. Our HGF search robot FATER unfortunately does not work via the Connect VPN tunnel and there are problems with Labfolder ELN too.

 

If you urgently need to borrow textbooks or method books from the library, please use our self-service station (you will need your library card). We have set up a return box for urgent book returns or laboratory books.

 

We are happy to place orders for books, but it is not possible to receive and process physical media until the home office is closed.

 

Get through the next few weeks well and stay healthy

A. Plähn and the library team

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NEW UWEB-Kurs Librarys Services for your Scientific Work and Good Scientific Practice - Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

ab sofort gibt es in UWEB die englischsprachige UWEB-Schulung “Library‘s Services for your Scientific Work & Good Scientific Practice: Supporting services along the Research Life Cycle” (21 Inhalts-Folien).

 

Zu UWEB2000  https://uweb2000.helmholtz-hzi.de  gelangen Sie mit Ihrem Nutzerkürzel und Ihrem Kennwort ...

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Dear colleagues,

from tomorrow onwards there is the English UWEB training "Library's Services for your Scientific Work: Supporting services along the Research Life Cycle" (21 content slides) available in UWEB:

 

You can access UWEB2000 https://uweb2000.helmholtz-hzi.de with your user abbreviation and your password (analogous to the PC-login / mail access via web). Alternatively, you can access via connect-VPN

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