Introduction to the Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence-Based Practice Database


When: Thursday, July 10th from 10:00 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Where: Rodgers Library for Science & Engineering Scholars’ Station
What: The JBI Database is a collection of publications from  Australia’s Joanna Briggs Institute, one of the leading providers of evidence-based information and tools for the healthcare industry. The database contains seven different publication types–Best Practice Information Sheets,  Consumer Information Sheets, Evidence Based Recommended Practices, Evidence Summaries, Systematic Review Protocols, Systematic Reviews,  and Technical Reports.
Who: Diane Campagnes, Regional Manager for Wolters Kluwer Health, will demonstrate how to perform searches, techniques for managing the results, how to save your searches, export content and more. 
If you plan to attend please contact Mangala Krishnamurthy                        @ by 5:00 p.m. July 9th.

“Churchill Archive” trial

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Browse the complete Archive using a catalogue prepared by the archivists at the Churchill Archives Centre in Cambridge.

With over 70,000 entries you can locate references to individual people, subjects or events at the touch of a button.

Trial ends September 12, 2014

To share your comments and suggestions about this database please complete the database evaluation form or contact Electronic Resources via email @

Please share your comments and suggestions about the trial databases by completing a database evaluation form or contacting the Electronic Resources unit via email @

IMF New & Noteworthy

headerIMF eLibrary–the home to over 14,000 IMF documents, reports, and publications, and IMF data.

1IMF eLibrary

In addition to IMF content, eLibrary also comes with a number of helpful features such as easy browsing, full-text searching capabilities, and citation and sharing tools, just to name a few.

New content is added to the eLibrary on an ongoing basis. However we recently rolled out an impressive set of new tools for subscribers. See this post for more information.

2Visit us at the American Library Association Conference

IMF Publications will be exhibiting at the annual ALA conference in Las Vegas, June 26 to July 1. Stop by Booth 1526 to learn more about IMF eLibrary and new IMF publications.  You can also enter a drawing for an Amazon gift card. For a complimentary guest pass to the exhibit hall click here.

3Select IMF publications are available for free preview in the eLibrary. No subscription is necessary to browse these titles, just click here.

Mango Languages Webinar

Mango 101: Reaching Your Campus Community
Join us for a free webinar to learn best practices and helpful tips to successfully boost use and promote
Mango Languages across your entire campus.  
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
2:00 p.m. ET
[Can't make it? No worries! Check out our other webinars or videos]
Starring Client Care Specialist
Andrea Salinas
our very own Miss Mango. 

Andrea was born in Ecuador (South America), moved to Tanzania (Africa), and came to the United States at nine years old with little knowledge of any English. As a struggling ESL student growing up in three different continents, Andrea is a passionate advocate of language and culture learning.


IMF eLibrary Additions


We are pleased to announce some recent additions to the already impressive set of tools available to IMF eLibrary subscribers:


  • Annotations – users with personalized accounts can now easily annotate passages of text from IMF publications and share them with other users of the IMF eLibrary.  We envisage this tool facilitating discussion and stimulating debate on the fascinating research the IMF produces on topics such as financial crises, macroprudential policy, and inequality.
  • Microsites – the volume of content in the IMF eLibrary is vast!  To assist our users in pinpointing the most relevant information more quickly, we have put together a selection of subject and country-based microsites.  Simply click on the “Subject” and “Country” links at the top of the IMF eLibrary homepage to access curated content including publications, data, and video.
  • Suggested links – the next time you perform a search in the IMF eLibrary you may find a new feature called “Suggested links” appearing at the top of your search results.  We have made some improvements to search so the most relevant results appear first.
  • Single Sign On” (SSO) – this feature seamlessly enables navigation between IMF publications, data, and AREAER.  SSO makes it easier to create your own personalized space within the IMF eLibrary for saving searches, capturing content for use in custom book creation, and accessing the additional tools which personalization unlocks.

In the next two months we will be rolling out plenty more useful features including updated tutorial videos, improved metadata with additional country and topic information, Crossref-linked citations, related search results, and search results from other publishers such as the ILO and ADB.

Value Line Webinar for Professionals: June 20th



Preview The New Digital Platform For Professionals

Host: Jason I. Wiseberg, Executive Vice President – Sales

Date: Friday, June 20th, 2014

Time: 1:00 PM EDT

Who should attend: Portfolio Managers, Financial Advisors, Research Analysts, Traders, Corporate Investors, Lawyers, and Government Agencies

Please join us Friday, June 20th, 2014 at 1:00 pm EDT to view a demonstration of how to use our new digital platform that will streamline your investment strategies and bring Value Line’s proprietary research into greater focus. This webinar will introduce the following new features:

 The Digital Value Line report
 Watchlists
 Screens
 Charting

The new digital platform will be rolling out to all current online subscribers shortly so please join us to become familiar with the new enhancements that will help you maximize your research subscription.

Reserve your virtual seat today!

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