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University of Washington Health Sciences Library

KL2 Scholars Library Guide

Fundamentals

ACCESSING FULL-TEXT ARTICLES                         uwonline

OFF-CAMPUS ACCESS TO LIBRARY RESOURCES

  • Configure Husky OnNet so you can access UW-licensed resources as if you were on campus.
  • Install the proxy bookmarklet in your browser so you can access UW-licensed resources if you're not using Husky OnNet.

EFFECTIVE USE OF PUBMED

BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES TOOLKIT

  • Recommended resources for literature searching, lab protocols, and grant writing.

Strategies for Monitoring the Literature in Your Field

Consider a combination of approaches to stay on top of the literature in your field. 

  • Targeted Literature Searches:
    • Set up automated ongoing searches in databases such as PubMed, Embase, Scopus, and/or Web of Science to look for topics, authors, or institutions important to you.
    • In PubMed, you can use MyNCBI to save searches and receive updates of newly-published references by email or RSS feed.
  • Cited Reference Searches:
  • Journal Tables of Contents
    • Look for an option such as "Alerts and Feeds" on journal publisher websites to receive the table of contents of each new issue by email or by RSS feed.
    • Consider using the Read by QxMD app (using your UW NetID for access to UW Libraries subscriptions).
  • Awarded Grants, Patents, and Social Media:

[If using RSS feeds, consider Feedly to manage them.]

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