Introducing PubMed’s Sleek New Interface
PubMed, the National Library of Medicine’s premier database for biomedical information, has unveiled a new search interface.
Although PubMed searching is free to the public, Villanova University users should always access the database by starting at the Falvey homepage, clicking Databases A-Z and then choosing PubMed. This will allow you to link to full text articles included in the library’s online journal subscriptions.
The following YouTube videos will introduce you to PubMed’s new look and help you locate some of your old favorite search features.
Where did they move my cheese? Comparison of old and new PubMed homepages
(U. of Manitoba)
Saving records from PubMed and importing them into EndNote
(HINT: It changed a bit.)
The new Advanced Search, Part 1
(Health Sciences, U. of California, Davis)
More video guides to the new PubMed interface from UC Davis:
Latest EndNote Release Now Includes APA 6th Output Style
EndNote recently released version X3.0.1 for Windows, incorporating the APA 6th into its output styles. If you already have version X3 installed on your PC or laptop, you can download the update by clicking Start –> Programs –> EndNote –> Update EndNote.
If you do not have EndNote for Windows or if you have version X2 or older, you may take advantage of the free update available on the Falvey website. When on campus, download version X3.0.1 from https://library.villanova.edu/Help/FAQs/EndNote
NOTE: Download will work on campus only! If you wish to install the program on an off campus computer, please borrow the CD available at the Falvey front desk.
Version X3 for Mac is also available at https://library.villanova.edu/Help/FAQs/EndNote or on CD at Falvey front desk.