Access to Biomedical and Life Sciences ebooks on SpringerLink continues

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The Moore Library is pleased to announce the continued access to the popular Springer Biomedical and Life Sciences ebook collections on the SpringerLink platform. As of the 1st March, titles published so far in 2018 have been opened up for University of Cambridge users; this means that access is now available to all titles published from 2015 – 2018 inclusive.

There are currently 1,898 available titles and further titles will be added as they are published during 2018. Monograhs, contributed volumes, handbooks and selected encyclopaedias in Springer designated sub-disciplines such as Animal Models, Cell Biology, Human Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Plant Sciences are includes in these collections.

The full text of these titles can be found and accessed from iDiscover, and are accessible for unlimited concurrent users, both on and off campus via a Raven login.

These collections will be available in full until the end of February 2019, at which point the most popular titles will be purchased in perpetuity.

A selection of recently published titles are listed below:

Brooks -Veterinary Forensic Pathology, Volume 2

Choi – Encyclopedia of Signaling Molecules (2nd ed.)

Ehara – Sago Palm

Jacobson – Neuroanatomy for the Neuroscientist

Pokorski – Current Concepts in Medical Research and Practice

If you have any feedback or comments on these ebooks, please email the Moore Library Librarian, Yvonne Nobis, at yn235@cam.ac.uk or the ebooks@cambridge team at ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

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Biomedical and Life Sciences ebooks on SpringerLink

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The Moore Library is pleased to announce that access is now available to Springer Biomedical and Life Sciences 2015- 2017 ebook collections on the SpringerLink platform.

There are currently 1,546 available titles, and further 2017 titles will be added as they are published. Monographs, contributed volumes, handbooks and selected encyclopaedias in Springer designated sub-disciplines such as Animal Models, Cell Biology, Human Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Plant Sciences are included in these collections.

The full text of these titles can be found in and accessed from iDiscover, and are accessible for unlimited concurrent users, both on and off campus via a Raven login.

These collections will be available in full until the 31st December 2017 in the first instance, at which point the most popular titles will be purchased in perpetuity.

A taster of available titles are listed below;

Turksen – Genome Editing

Levitan & Dopico – Vascular Ion Channels in Physiology and Disease

Chapple – New Zealand Lizards

Farooqui – Therapeutic Potentials of Curcumin for Alzheimer Disease

Pergentino de Sousa – Bioactive Essential Oils and Cancer

Roques – Processionary Moths and Climate Change : An Update

Yang & Bialkowska – Intestinal Tumorigenesis

Barbieri – Code Biology : A New Science of Life

Jain – Textbook of Personalized Medicine

Henke & Tattersall – Handbook of Paleoanthropology (2nd ed.)

De Silva & Vance – Scientific Scholarly Communication

Bleidorn – Phylogenomics : An Introduction

DeKosky – Decoding the Antibody Repertoire

Pachana – Encyclopedia of Geropsychology

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If you have any feedback or comments on these new ebook collections, please email Yvonne Nobis at yn235@cam.ac.uk or the ebooks@cambridge team at ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

Biomedical & Life Sciences ebooks and a free lunch

springerThe Moore Library are investing in a 6 month evidence based scheme which will open up access to Springer Nature Biomedical & Life Sciences ebooks published between 2015-2017 inclusive. This collection will be switched on from early August and will be available on the SpringerLink platform until the end of December, after which time the most popular titles will be purchased in perpetuity.

To promote the collection launch, staff from Springer Nature are running a training session combined with a free lunch at the Moore Library in their ‘Glass Room’ on Friday 28th July.

Agenda:

12.30 – 13.00 Springer Nature eBooks at the University of Cambridgepresented by Renee Reagon, Senior Licensing Manager

13.00 – 13.30 Springer Nature ebook Metrics and what they say about the University of Cambridge’s usage and researcher activitypresented by Matt Peck, Account Development Manager UK & Ireland

13.30 – 14.00 Q&A and Discoverability and marketing of Springer eBookspresented by David Corbett

This session will be of particular interest to University of Cambridge Science librarians and academics/researchers, but will also be of general interest to other Faculty or College librarians. Please let Yvonne Nobis (yn235@hermes.cam.ac.uk) know if you are interested in attending all or part of the session.

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