IEEE, the world's largest professional organization advancing technology for humanity, has announced the launch of IEEE Collabratec, a suite of online tools that enables technology professionals around the world to network, collaborate, create, and discover new career opportunities - all within a centralised hub.
This new, integrated, online community is a global solution for connecting technology professionals by location, technical interests, or career pursuits. In addition to providing access to exclusive professional networking groups and communities, IEEE Collabratec offers private virtual work spaces where users can assemble global working groups; the ability for authors to collaborate online, enabling them to publish and research faster; a suite of tools for managing a personal research library and bibliographies; updates on resources, events, and experts that match and advance professional interests or career pursuits; and access to cutting-edge research and collaborative authoring capabilities integrated within professional networks.
IEEE Collabratec offers exclusive features for IEEE members including the ability to search community members based on membership grade and area of interest, as well as the ability to coordinate IEEE initiatives and events.
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STM publisher Elsevier has announced the launch of Elsevier OnCampus, a new medical student ambassador program. Elsevier OnCampus connects medical students across the United States, allowing them to share their experience using Elsevier solutions and their advice for surviving medical school.
OnCampus Ambassadors will earn points for completing activities that get the word out about Elsevier solutions including writing blog posts, posting photos/videos on social media using #ElsOnCampus, handing out Elsevier content on campus, hosting meet ups to discuss medical school survival tips, and more. Points are redeemed for Elsevier print books, eBooks, prizes and exclusive discounts.
All OnCampus Ambassadors will automatically receive an Elsevier Toolkit containing over $600 worth of Elsevier content. Elsevier Toolkits contain books such as Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology, access to ClinicalKey, and more. OnCampus Ambassadors will also have the opportunity to be featured in prominent Elsevier blogs, review new products and technologies and build their resume with leadership experience.
Elsevier OnCampus is actively seeking student leaders to be OnCampus Ambassadors. Applicants should be able to commit 10-15 hours per semester, have a passion for medicine, social media, interacting with peers, and be currently enrolled at one of the following medical schools: Indiana University School of Medicine; Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine; University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine; Rush Medical College of Rush University Medical Center; Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University; Drexel University College of Medicine; Temple University School of Medicine; Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia; Baylor College of Medicine; University of Texas Medical School at Houston; and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
For more information about Elsevier OnCampus or to apply, visit ElsevierOnCampus.com or email Elsevieroncampus@elsevier.com.
The new OCLC Community Center offers a place for library staff to connect online, share best practices, stay up to date on new product releases and contribute ideas to improve OCLC services.
Introduced to user groups at the 2015 ALA Annual Conference in June, the Community Center is now available to users of WorldCat Discovery Services, WorldShare Management Services (WMS), WorldShare Interlibrary Loan, WorldShare Collection Manager, WorldShare Record Manager and WorldShare License Manager. More OCLC services will be added to the Community Center in the future.
The Community Center enables library staff who use WorldShare and WorldCat Discovery services to find information they need in one place, including product updates, news, upcoming events and discussion boards. Users can provide feedback and suggestions to peers and to the OCLC product teams to help improve and enhance products and services.
The Community Center was inspired by the success of the OCLC Developer Network, where developers share ideas about a variety of OCLC services, and the WMS User Support Center, where libraries access news and information about WorldShare Management Services and share best practices.
Library staff can sign in with the same credentials used to access WMS, WorldShare services or the staff view for WorldCat Discovery to participate in the Community Center. Staff can create a profile and join the community related to specific services of interest.
The new Community Center makes it easy for users to contribute to discussions using listserv-like email functionality, offer feedback, and make connections with peers who use the same OCLC services.
Publisher Future Science Group (FSG) has announced the launch of Neurology Central, a new online community for neurology professionals. The portal, which is free to registered users, features breaking news within the field of neurology, essential information about clinical trials and drug development, and access to peer-reviewed content from FSG neurology journals.
Select content from leading journals published by Future Science Group, including Future Neurology, Neurodegenerative Disease Management, Pain Management and Concussion, is available for free on the site. The site also features multimedia tools, interviews with key opinion leaders, and site exclusive features such as opinion and special feature articles written by industry experts, conference reports, and video interviews. Initial exclusive content includes interviews with the leadership of Parkinson's UK that offer insight on both the Parkinson's Excellence Network and recent progress in Parkinson's research.
An Expert Panel comprising noted neurologists and researchers help to determine the site-exclusive content, which covers all areas within the neurological field, from neuropsychiatry to neurodegenerative disorders.
Publisher Future Science Group (FSG) has launched GenomicsNet, the first online community for those working in the field of genomics and personalised medicine. The new interactive portal is free to join and offers exclusive content from FSG's leading peer-reviewed journals, Biomarkers in Medicine, Epigenomics, Personalized Medicine and Pharmacogenomics, along with industry news, and a platform for members to share insights and discuss research. GenomicsNet is the latest in a series of niche scientific and medical eCommunities developed and managed by Future Science Group.
GenomicsNet is the only communal space where industry and academic professionals can come together to discuss the latest research and developments, share thoughts and opinions, and build valuable international relationships.
The site features sub-channels that allow users to quickly navigate to news and articles focused on niche topics such as Clinical research, Diagnostics, Ethics, Policy, Economics, Regulation, and Pre-clinical research. Future Science Group's editorial team supports and curates the site to ensure current and accurate news, reviews and discussions.