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About 180 dissertations were published in the KI Open Archive database in the first half of 2018. The database is maintained by KIB. We identified the three constituent papers that currently have the highest Altmetric values.
The annual Peer Review Week is launched second week in September. For the fourth year in a row the week is paying attention to the importance of peer review as a vital part of the scientific publishing process.
Lately a great many new titles have been purchased for Camera Obscura and Laterna Magica, KIB’s special collections in the humanities. Among all the interesting authors there is one that I want to highlight, the neurosurgeon Henry Marsh.
Are you about to start writing your master thesis? Before you start, take a look at our web course on structured information searching and reference management
The Swedish government has set an ambitious goal in the latest Research Bill. Within ten years - no later than 2026 - all research funded with public funds should be made available and free to read immediately upon publication.
Are you looking for a critical perspective for your essay? Are you curious to see how you can add another dimension to your assignment or your research? Are you working beyond the binary?
Face of AIDS Film Archive, which includes films on the global AIDS epidemic from 1986 onwards has opened up approximately 350 films to the public.
As part of a project at the University Library we asked researchers to send us any inspiring visualizations being used or produced at KI. We wanted to probe the depths as well as get an idea of the width of the visual side of KI’s ongoing research.
Are you a researcher using or producing any form of visualization in your work? Are you curious to see how your peers visualize their work? We are!
In the last years, we have experienced an explicit trend in systematic reviews. More and more people talks about it. Students are asked to do systematic reviews. Researchers ask us for assistance in systematic literature searching.
In a previous blog post we described how known key articles kan be use to construct and test a search. In this post you can follow an example of a search constructed with key articles as the starting point.
Since Endnote changed their looks for the login page it became quite hard to distinguish between creating an account for the Endnote Online and the desktop version.
How can you use key articles that you already know of to construct or improve a search strategy?
There is a difference to search databases with a controlled vocabulary (such as PubMed and CINAHL) compared with databases that use free-text search (such as Web of Science and Scopus).
We at KIB couldn't keep ourselves from creating a sticker app for iOS 10 with pictures related to the library, campus, studies and anatomy.
All they want is your money, but they are less interested in disseminating your research: get to know a predatory publisher

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