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October 02, 2020


Recent news and updates from the library.

For more information about International Open Access Week, please visit www.openaccessweek.org.

The official twitter hashtag for the week is #OAWeek.


Open-access.net is a german initiative collection information about Open Access, for different disciplines and targeting groups. All over, a very informative and generell page about everything related to Open Access.

Information in german and english.

Link to this page here:
https://open-access.net/en/germany-english

Follow up on emails and tweets during the week. The librarian will feed you with information about Open Access, especially information related to offers within the MPS.
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Free access to current and future content from Canadian Science Publishing.

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In addition to centrally licensed journals and ebooks, it also exists a service for central licensing of software. In this case, please get in touch with the IT-Department at the Institute.

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SciFinder Online trainings for October


Dear SciFinder users,


there will be SciFinder online trainings in October 2020 (10/12-10/16).
In case you are interested but do not have time to attend the training
live, please register anyway. All registered persons will receive a link
to the recording to watch the training later.

Due to the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic, MPG researchers have the
opportunity to use SciFinder-n. Please see more information on the
SciFinder-n page (https://www.fkf.mpg.de/mpg-intern/scifinder-n-info ).
Therefore, this SciFinder trainings will focus on SciFinder-n. Please
note that CAS plans to discontinue SciFinder in the future. The new
product SciFinder-n will replace SciFinder. However, no date for
switching off SciFinder has been announced, yet.

Since 01 May 2019, MPG researchers have access to MethodsNow and PatentPak.

There will be SciFinder online trainings via WebEx by Dr. Karin Faerber
and her team for MPG users of SciFinder in calendar week 42. The date
and time as well as description and registration links are listed below:

Please scroll to Training:

https://www.fkf.mpg.de/mpg-intern/scifinder


17.9.2020

Elsevier content

The status to Elsevier subscriptions is unchanged. This means, there are still no access to all articles from Elsevier journals published after December 31st,  2018.

This means, I will still order the content (articles, book chapters) you need. More information around that solution here:

How to get Elsevier articles...
https://blog.vlib.mpg.de/how-to-get-elsevier-articles/

Further information around Elsevier:

Max Planck Society discontinues agreement with Elsevier...
https://www.mpdl.mpg.de/en/505

Projekt DEAL - Elsevier  News
https://www.projekt-deal.de/elsevier-news/


1.9.2020

The tool based on text mining was developed in the research group of Prof. Dr. Juliane Fluck. It offers extended search and filter functions for abstracts, direct links to the corresponding full texts and export functions for retrieved results. The abstracts are updated daily. In addition, to improve the retrieval functionality, concepts from standardized disease and symptom vocabulary are marked in the abstracts. Additional terminologies for searching for transference and seroprevalence information have also been added.

Preprints from bioRxiv, medRxiv, ChemRxiv, arXiv and Preprints.org are currently integrated into the service. Expansions in terms of preprint resources and other terminology-based annotations are being planned.

The Preprint Viewer was developed as the first result of the Task Force COVID-19. Members of the nfdi4health launched the initiative to make it easier for the specialist community to find relevant studies and to be able to better exchange data. The Task Force COVID-19 is funded by the DFG.
 
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The Max Planck Society has established a new open access agreement with American Institute of Physics Publishing (AIPP), which covers open access publishing of all accepted articles by submitting corresponding Max Planck authors in AIP-owned subscription journals (more titles to follow in 2021) under a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY); under the agreement, the relative article processing charges will be paid for centrally by the Max Planck Digital Library. The agreement also covers read access to all journals available via AIPP. This open access agreement is part of the Max Planck Society’s strategy to enable a large-scale transition of today’s scholarly journals to open access.

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Content from Yale University Press accessible until end of June.

7.5.2020

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Content from Yale University Press accessible until end of June.

7.5.2020

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Content from California University Press accessible until end of June.

7.5.2020

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