Wiley negotiations: We now have university-wide access to all of the Wiley electronic journals subscribed to by either Becker Library or University Libraries. More info: Announcing Cross-Campus Access to Wiley E-Journals. Becker Medical Library Catalog and ejournals lists have been updated. WU Libraries catalog and ejournals list will be updated soon. This is definitely progress; unfortunately this agreement does not cover Wiley Online Library ebooks, for example, several Current Protocols… titles are still medical campus only.
Australian Journal of Zoology, v.60, 2012+; BioOne.
Australian Systematic Botany, v.20, 2012+; BioOne.
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, v.65, 2008+; BioOne; earlier volumes are freely available at Biodiversity Heritage Library
Canadian Journal of Animal Science, v.91, 2011+; BioOne.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science, v.91, 2011+; BioOne.
Canadian Journal of Soil Science, v.91, 2011+; BioOne.
Crop and Pasture Science, v.62, 2012+; BioOne.
Evolution Letters, v.1, 2017+; open access; Wiley.
Invertebrate Systematics, v.26, 2012+; BioOne.
Nature Ecology & Evolution, v.1, 2017+; Nature Publishing Group.
Nature Biomedical Engineering, v.1, 2017+; Nature Publishing Group.
Wildlife Researchv, 39, 2012+; BioOne.
Free databases you may find interesting:
- BETYdb Biofuel Ecophysiological Traits and Yields Database, “database of plant trait and yield data that supports research, forecasting, and decision making associated with the development and production of cellulosic biofuel crops”
- Cell Atlas, part of the Human Protein Atlas project; open access; “provides high-resolution insights in the spatial distribution of proteins within cells.”
- The 24th annual Nucleic Acids Research (NAR) database issue, Jan. 2017, is now freely available. Blog comment, by Todd Smith: BioDatabases 2017 – What’s out there?.
- PubMed Journals is an experimental site for getting journal tables of contents from PubMed. In addition to recent content, the feed in PubMed Journals highlights Trending articles and In The News links to major newspapers, etc. where articles in journals you follow have been mentioned. A My NCBI Account is required but there are so many reasons to use My NCBI I hope most of you use this already. [The how-to given in #3 on How can I link to fulltext from PubMed since I don’t see a Get It! button? describes one reason. Ask Ruth for more about My NCBI if you are interested!] More info about PubMed Journals. You will find other suggestions for getting journal tables of contents and other sorts of search alerts on the Research Alerts guide.