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Please join Marcus Elmore, Outreach Librarian, for an online presentation describing pay-per-view journal access. You'll learn how to get instant, free access to journals beyond those the Library currently subscribes to. The presentation will take place at 2:00 p.m. this Thursday, July 22nd. To setup a reminder, please click on the following link: Boulder Labs Library Token Access Webinar.
The NOAA Libraries now have access to a suite of journals published by Inter-Research Science Publisher, including Climate Research and Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics. Some are open access journals, while we have subscribed to others, but they’re all available to you, online, at no cost. Check out the titles, here.
Did you know that, as part of the NOAA Plan for Increasing Public Access to Research Results (PARR), all NOAA authors and grantees are required to submit their publications to the NOAA Institutional Repository (IR) no later than one year after publication? (The IR also contains NOAA publications since 1970.) Join Jennifer Fagan-Fry, the IR Manager, for an online presentation at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, June 24. She will provide an overview of the repository, how it fits into the publishing cycle, and how to submit your publications. To join the webinar: meet.google.com/oiq-dwps-bpz.
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Learn about how to get started with and use Zotero on April 20th at 2:30PM. This free and open-source reference management software helps you keep track of bibliographic data and related research materials. Register today!
Below are some meditation and mindfulness materials in the library's collection. Please click on each title to learn more and/or to access each resource.
A recent article written by Lizzie Gadd & Gareth Cole of Loughborough University in the U.K. covers the issues measuring open research data, which include the following challenges:
April 4-10 is National Library Week! Over the past year, the library services and resources have extended beyond its physical walls. We continue to support you through our informational webinars, Knowledge Base, online catalog, bibliometric reports, and reference services. Look for an email from the library next week about how to use our homepage - the virtual doors to our library. Mark it on your calendar! Come chat with the Library team or ask us questions over Google Meet on Friday, April 9th at 11A MDT!