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This presentation shows some use of Scopus Analitical Tools for citation tracking, explains why Scientists and Researchers should focus more on Social Networks. It touches the subject of Library ...

This presentation shows some use of Scopus Analitical Tools for citation tracking, explains why Scientists and Researchers should focus more on Social Networks. It touches the subject of Library Toolbars, RSS, Personal Start Pages, Netvibes and OpenSearch Plugins

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  • Searching, Citing and Keeping Up To Date : Tools & Trics Guus van den Brekel Di gicmb.blogspot.com
  • Guus van den Brekel
    • Medical Information Specialist
    • Coördinator Electronic Services
    • Following Trends
    • Looking for Innovations & Applied Use
    • http://digicmb.blogspot.com
  • Half an Hour Trip Around …….
    • Web 2.0, Research 2.0 & Social Networks?
    • Scopus Analytical Tools
    • RSS & Personal Start pages
    • Everybody Connected with Everyone and Everything
    • Online Collaboration
    • Sharing
    • The User Chooses and Creates his Own Content & Format
    Web 2.0
  • Let’s Do A Quick Scan…
    • Read or Write Blogs?
    • Know what RSS is?
    • Use Google for Search? Or Google Docs?
    • Hyves?
    • Facebook?
    • MySpace?
    • Other Social Networks? Professional?
    • YouTube?
    • Flickr?
    • Connotea, Zotero, CiteULike?
  •  
  • Reasons NOT to ignore Social Networks
    • Efficiency possibilities
    • Build professional communities
      • Clinical
      • Research
      • Management
    • Build learning communities
    • Build sharing communities
    • Build community support through outreach
    Online Social Networks in Healthcare & Libraries PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Health Sciences Libraries, pfa@umich.edu
  • More Reasons not to ignore Social Networks
    • Connection, communication, collaboration, consultation
    • Discuss & share information (articles, photos, videos, cases, data, methodologies)
    • Q&A, rapid response (sometimes), serendipitous discovery
    • Global, international connections & opportunities
    • Find employment & research opportunities
    • Emerging trends, topics, medications, treatments, insights in your field
    Online Social Networks in Healthcare & Libraries PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Health Sciences Libraries, pfa@umich.edu
  • Scientists are looking in to it…
  • Science 2.0 / Research 2.0
    • Web 2.0 for research and education
      • Open Science; Science Commons
      • Proteopedia
      • Nature Precedings
      • Research networks
      • Communities
      • Open Notebook Science
      • OpenWet Lab
      • SciVee.tv
      • and many, many more
  • http:// sciencecommons.org /
  • http:// precedings.nature.com /
  • http:// openwetware.org / wiki /Labs http:// openwetware.org
  • http://www.mynetresearch.com
  • http://www.mendeley.com
    • http:// www.biomedexperts.com/start/PersonDetailpage.aspx?pid =1664403
  • Scientific Output
    • Overview Bureau Onderzoek
    • UMCG ?
    • Google Scholar ?
    • Stolk RP ( Scopus , Web of Science)
    • Hillege HL Author in Scopus
    • Buskens E Author profile Scopus
  •  
  • Where do Libraries and Research meet?
    • Can we get our content into
    • any platform
    • at the right time,
    • in the right way
    • to be used by scientists, researchers and students?
    • Not Anymore : You Need to Get It From Us
    • Yes! : You Choose, Take It Away, In Your Own Workflow
    • “ ToolBox” : Take-Away & Tailor-Made”
  • Personal Start Pages: Netvibes
    • Make One Step By Step, it’s easy http:// www.netvibes.com
    • Public Page http://www.netvibes.com/CMB
    • http://www.netvibes.com/EDUCMB
  • NLM SEARCH WIDGET BLOG WEBSITE iGoogle Netvibes MyYahoo FACEBOOK MySpace Opera Windows Live Apple Dashboard Vista INTRANET http://eco.netvibes.com/widgets/229971/nlm-search-solutions
  • RSS
    • “ Syndication”
    • Read it everywhere, always and at all times
    • Automatic
    • Choose Yourself
    • Re-Use of Information, new services
    • Alerts
  • RSS Medical
    • MedWorm http:// medworm.com /
    • RSS4medics
    • FeedNavigator: http://www.terkko.helsinki.fi/feednavigator/
    • TicTOCS: http:// www.tictocs.ac.uk /
  • Searching
    • Toolbar
    • Opensearch plugins
    • Medical Search Engines?
  • OpenSearch Plugins
    • CMB overview (beta): http://www.rug.nl/bibliotheek/locaties/bibcmb/informatie/opensearch/opensearch1.html
  • Medical Search Engines
    • Federated & Semantic Search:
      • GoPubMed
      • PurpleSearch
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  • Thank You for Your Attention!
    • Guus van den Brekel
    • Email: [email_address] / [email_address]
    • Blog: http://digicmb.blogspot.com