How to Identify a Questionable OA Journal

We are at a crossroads in scholarly communications. The scholarly journal as we know it is possibly an outmoded format. We are no longer reliant on the mail to deliver print copies of discrete issues to be housed in libraries or in academics’ offices. Most academic libraries don’t purchase print journals anymore. Articles are . . . → Read More: How to Identify a Questionable OA Journal

Introducing…Touro Scholar

In partnership with Touro Libraries, the NYMC Health Sciences Library has recently launched an institutional repository called Touro Scholar. An institutional repository (IR) is an online archive of an institution’s intellectual output. This intellectual output may come in the form of journal articles, conference proceedings, posters, dissertations, research data and much more.

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Jovy O’Grady rejoins the HSL staff as Scholarly Communications Librarian

The Health Sciences Library is happy to announce the return of Jovy O’Grady (previously Rosario) to its staff. Previously Jovy was our Instructional Design Librarian who led the development of many online tutorials and other digital projects in the library, including social media and the library’s mobile site. She departed after the birth of . . . → Read More: Jovy O’Grady rejoins the HSL staff as Scholarly Communications Librarian