Pardon Our Dust
We are in the process of making some changes to both of our Boulder Lab Library locations. Please bear with us as we work to improve our collaborative and individual work spaces for staff. If you have any questions, please contact the Boulder Labs Library Director, Joan Segal.
Grounds for Discovery: Webinar from JoVE
July's Grounds for Discovery was from the folks at JoVE, and online peer-reviewed video journal. JoVE is the only peer-reviewed online video journal. Learn more about the publishing process, learn how you and your team can submit to the journal, and finally, learn about the benefits of this peer-reviewed scientific video journal.
JoVE is a new database provided to all Boulder Department of Commerce employees. The slide deck for the webinar is provided below. If you prefer to Stream the recorded webinar click on the link below, and to access the journal please go to the following link.
Journal Retraction Database
Retraction Watch is an organization aimed at alerting the research community on retracted articles. They post daily on their blog , and Twitter to update researchers on the latest retracted articles and other important happenings in research. Their blog also has information on how to report misconduct , the history or this Retraction Watch, and more. Retraction Watch also has a database where individuals can search for retracted articles.
New Collection Services Coordinator & Librarian: Stacy Bruss
The Boulder Labs Library is proud to introduce our newest staff member, Stacy Bruss. Stacy will be our new Collection Services Coordinator & Librarian. Stacy is coming to us from the NIST Research Library in Gaithersburg, MA. Read more about Stacy by clicking the link below, and please join us in welcoming her to Boulder Labs!Read More About Stacy
Grounds for Discovery: Webinar from GeoRef and Meterological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts
June's Grounds for Discovery was an online webinar from the folks at ProQuest.
This webinar covers how to access articles, searching strategies, and more. Click on the link below to stream the latest webinar obout GeoRef and Meterological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts.Stream the Webinar
Research Resource: How Can I Share It?
How Can I Share It is a resource for researchers that provides information and tools on "how you can share, where you can share and recommendations for sharing sites where you can engage and collaborate with the research community." How Can I Share It also provides information on best practices for sharing and copyright rules.
For more information, please visit How Can I Share It?
Grounds for Discovery: Webinar from Science Magazine
May's Grounds for Discovery was an online webinar from the folks at Science.
"Speaker Jake Yeston, Deputy Editor at Science, will present on scientific publishing. For over 130 years, Science Magazine has presented a weekly selection of the finest research across the full spectrum of scientific disciplines. Our goal remains to keep scientists well-informed about important developments within and also beyond their own fields of research, and to encourage collaborative thinking. This talk will discuss how the staff at Science engages the research community all over the world to determine which papers to publish, and also how we envision maintaining and enhancing our value to the community in the rapidly evolving publication landscape."Stream the Webinar
Grounds for Discovery: Slide Deck Available
Missed the first Grounds for Discovery? Please check out our slide deck below!
Ebook Central Webinar: Stream Now
The march webinar on Ebook Central is now available for streaming online. Please go to the following link below to watch the webinar.