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A Doherty Library Information Literacy Tutorial
Goals
Through reviewing this tutorial, you will be able to find
which articles in a given set of PubMed search results
are...
Once you’ve constructed a
good search in PubMed, copy
the search string from the
“Search details” box (CNTRL-
C or right-c...
1. Open F1000 from the
Databases list or research
guide.
2. Under the search
box, select “PubMed.”
3. Paste the PubMed sea...
On your results page, click
“View only Recommended
Articles.” Now you can see
which of your PubMed
results are
recommended...
All F1000-recommended
article records have the
UST button for accessing
full text resources.
Go to askus.stthom.edu to get
help using library resources
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  1. 1. A Doherty Library Information Literacy Tutorial
  2. 2. Goals Through reviewing this tutorial, you will be able to find which articles in a given set of PubMed search results are reviewed and recommended in Faculty of 1000.
  3. 3. Once you’ve constructed a good search in PubMed, copy the search string from the “Search details” box (CNTRL- C or right-click:copy).
  4. 4. 1. Open F1000 from the Databases list or research guide. 2. Under the search box, select “PubMed.” 3. Paste the PubMed search string into the F1000 search box.
  5. 5. On your results page, click “View only Recommended Articles.” Now you can see which of your PubMed results are recommended, and read their reviews.
  6. 6. All F1000-recommended article records have the UST button for accessing full text resources.
  7. 7. Go to askus.stthom.edu to get help using library resources
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