New E-resource: EMBASE Biomedical Answers

Attention Nursing students and Faculty! The database EMBASE, a major biomedical and pharmaceutical database indexing international journals, is now available at UNB Libraries.

• Over 32 million records, including MEDLINE titles
• Over 8,500 journals from over 95 countries, including MEDLINE titles
• Over 2,900 indexed journals unique to Embase
• Over 1.5 million records added yearly, with an average of over 6,000 each day
• Over 2.4 million conference abstracts indexed from more than 7,000 conferences dating from 2009
• Full-text indexing of drug, disease and medical device data

Zotero Workshop

Want to learn how to organize your research and manage citations?  Zotero is a free research organization tool that facilitates citing, organizing papers and sharing articles.

Zotero Workshop
July 15, 2019
1:00pm
Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab (room 112)

All students, faculty, and researchers are welcome!  We encourage everyone to bring a laptop, however there will be computers available.

Philosophy E-Resource: Past Masters

InteLex Corporation’s Past Masters series is the largest collection of primary source full-text electronic editions in philosophy in the world.  The series includes significant collections in the history of political thought and theory, religious studies, education, German studies, sociology, the history and philosophy of science, economics, and classics. 

InteLex acquires and develops definitive editions of the full corpora of the seminal figures in the history of the human sciences, including published and unpublished works, articles, essays, reviews, and correspondence.

Systematic Review Bootcamp

Learn how to write a systematic review from beginning to end.

Graduate students & Faculty you’re invited to this free 8-session workshop series. It will teach you everything you need to know to write a high-quality, publishable systematic review by the end of the summer.

Sessions will be from 9:00 AM – Noon (1/2 instruction and 1/2 hands-on application).

May 15: Getting started with your systematic review
May 22: Developing a search strategy (Part 1)
May 29: Developing a search strategy (Part 2)
June 5: Unstructured*
June 12: Article screening and grey literature
June 26: Unstructured*
July 17: Critical appraisals and their tools
July 31: Data extraction and synthesis

*Unstructured sessions will allow for additional in-person guidance and/or time to expand on any topics of interest.

If there is a session that you are unable to attend, we will record our lectures and make them available on D2L. Classes will not be live-streamed.

Please Register: Eventbrite √
(Course offer is based on a minimum number of registrants.)

Early Modern Maritime Recipes Project Launch

Please join UNB Libraries for the launch of the Early Modern Maritime Recipes project on Thursday, April 11, at 3:30 in the Milham Room (Room #100) of the Harriet Irving Library.

Led by Dr. Edith Snook (UNB) and Dr. Lyn Bennett (Dalhousie), and developed in partnership with UNB Libraries, Early Modern Maritime Recipes is a database that collects recipes circulating before 1800 in print and manuscript in the area now defined as Canada’s Maritime provinces. Dr. Snook, Dr. Bennett, and James MacKenzie (UNB Libraries) will introduce the EMMR database and its images, transcriptions, and essays.  This research was undertaken with funding support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, UNB Libraries, and Dalhousie Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

All are welcome and light refreshments will be served