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Two Different Viewpoints Discuss The Value Of Welch Resources

Our latest video highlights Welch Library resources from several perspectives. Dr. Jonathan Pevsner, Professor and Research Scientist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, (below) outlines how Welch "partners" with his research by providing current and historical information for his studies.


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Hopkins Libraries Now Offer "Films On Demand"

Johns Hopkins Libraries now offers "Films On Demand," Some examples of the available topics include short films on business, economics, consumer behavior, social, ethical &legal issues along with films that highlight creativity and innovation. 


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A Few Images From Hopkins "Day At The Market"

We thought we'd share a few photos of Hopkins most recent "Day at the Market" event. There was participation from a variety of Hopkins organizations. 


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Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards


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Newly Maintained MEDLINE For 2017 MESH Now Available In PubMed


From the National Library of Medicine Technical Bulletin:

Newly Maintained MEDLINE for 2017 MeSH Now Available in PubMed. NLM Tech Bull. 2016 Nov-Dec;(413): b10


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New Updates To The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection


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Our Upcoming Welch December Podcast

Our next Welch Library podcast will be Dec. 7th and our guest will be Liz Neeley. Liz is Executive Director of “The Story Collider,” Later that day, she’ll actually be a guest speaker at Hopkins for a “Telling Stories About Science” lecture. 


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Easier Method: Adding Citations to New Works Using ORCID

It’s now easier for researchers who are registered in ORCID to add citations to their new works to their ORCID record. What is ORCID? Read all about it here.


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Reflections From The Johns Hopkins Diversity Conference

Recently, some members of the Welch Staff Communications and Development Committee enjoyed the day attending Johns Hopkins University’s 12th Annual Diversity Conference and came away with some very positive “takeaways.” The conference started with Dr.


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ScienceDirect To Cease Support Of IE 8 This Coming January

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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