The library has purchased BrowZine, a new application for tablets (iOS & Android) that allows you to browse, read, and follow thousands of the library’s top scholarly journals in a format optimized for your iPad or Android tablet!
To learn more about BrowZine, watch a 2-minute video called “BrowZine On-Campus“.
BrowZine delivers top journals in Biomedical and Health Sciences, Dentistry and Nursing such as JAMA, Nature, Journal of Public Health Dentistry and the American Journal of Critical Care.
With BrowZine, you can:
- Browse and read journals: browse journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles.
- Aggregator Platforms: access to supported publishers via EBSCO, ProQuest, and Ovid platforms (available in November).
- Create your own bookshelf: add journals to your personal bookshelf and be notified when new articles are published.
- New Article Notification: be notified when new articles are published (available in November for iOS and early 2014 for Android).
- Save and export articles: Save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as DropBox, Papers, Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero, and more.
To learn more and start using BrowZine today, visit http://thirdiron.com/download/ or search for BrowZine in your device’s app store.
Getting started is easy! Download BrowZine to your tablet for free. When initially launching BrowZine, select Loma Linda University (or Loma Linda Medical Center for MC users) from the drop down list. Enter your LLUAHSC credentials (same as library login) and start exploring BrowZine!
Third Iron welcomes you to follow their progress on Facebook or Twitter and reminds you to watch for notifications when updates are available. We hope you enjoy using BrowZine!
Mac’s latest OS has added additional security features that favors Apple App Store purchases. We encountered this previously when installing Pharos printers in Mountain Lion. To successfully install Endnote X5 and X6 in Mountain Lion, preform the following tasks before attempting to launch Endnote for the first time.
- Go to the Mac’s Systems Preferences, usually in the Dock at the bottom of the screen (gears icon).
- Click on “Security & Privacy”
- Click on the “Lock” icon to make changes, authenticate with your computer login password.
- Change the preference “Allow applications downloaded from:” to “Anywhere”.
- Click the warning box stating that choosing “Anywhere” can make your Mac less secure. You can go back and change the setting after Endnote installs.
- Now you can click the Endnote_X# installer, drag the installer to the Apps folder and click on the Endnote X# icon to install and launch Endnote X# for the first time.
Apple’s latest Operating System Mountain Lion creates some difficulties when installing the Libraries’ printer package. The problem is that Mountain Lion’s default configuration is to only allow applications to be installed from the Apple App store or verified providers. Here is what you have to do to install the package:
1) Download the Mac printer package from http://fishersisland.llu.edu/.
2) When you click on the Popup.pkg file, Mountain Lion displays this popup:
3) Click on System Preferences. Click on Security & Privacy. Temporarily set your application download preferences to “Anywhere”
4) Click on Popup.pkg again to complete the install. You can reset your application download preferences back to from “Apple App Store and identified developers” if you wish.
5) You might need to download some updated print drivers for Mountain Lion the first time you print. If this is the case, your printer icon will have a warning symbol. Click on it and follow the prompts to update the driver:
6) Continue your first print job by clicking on the restart icon.
Ever wanted to try out an Apple iPad? Loaner iPads are available now to students and faculty for check out in the library. See the library circulation desk for details and to try one out.
After you have checked one out, please let us know what you think so that we fashion the experience to your needs. Thank you.
Check out First Consult’s mobile app, available to students, staff and faculty of LLUAHSC. The mobile app is currently available for iPhone and iPad. It includes an alphabetical index of topics with an A-Z list for easy navigation as well as a search function. Information on a medical topic include Background, Diagnosis, Treatment, Outcomes, Prevention, and evidence-based references.
For information on accessing this app, and other mobile apps available to LLUAHSC students, staff, and faculty, please visit our Libguide, Mobile Access.
Knight, Gary. Captured In Crystal. http://www.flickr.com/photos/garryknight/3650151941/
Introducing Loma Linda University Libraries Mobile website.
Currently the mobile website offers information on the Libraries’ hours, contacts, location, news, and links to some vendor supplied mobile resources. We will be expanding our offerings to include more mobile resources and library catalog access. Your needs are our priority; please provide us with feedback on the usefulness of this service. Thank you.
Need help managing references? EndNote software, provided by the university, helps manage your references and also creates bibliographies and in-text citations on the fly. Learn how to download and use the software at one of the training sessions coordinated by the Library in conjunction with the Helpdesk.
Three identical sessions are planned:
- Tuesday, Nov. 2
- Monday, Nov. 15
- Wednesday, Dec. 1
All sessions will be held in Del E. Webb Library Room 405 from noon to 1 p.m. Space is limited to 20 per session, so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
If possible, each attendee should bring a laptop; however, a computer is not required to attend.
Additional assistance is available by appointment.
For more information, contact Gurmeet K Sehgal by phone at 909–558–4300, ext. 47561, or by email at email@example.com.
- Trying to stay current with the oil spill conditions, or merely curious about the exact extent? Check out the State Emergency Response Team (SERT) GATOR map. It provides real time alerts, information, and updates on oil on Florida’s coastline. This GeoWeb application is an amazing example of the power of spatial technologies.
Happy Friday, and happy reading!