Librarian Newsletter August 2020
In this month’s Librarian Newsletter, we provide social media tools, highlight our humanities journals collection, and more.
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Very Short Introductions
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New & Noteworthy
Social Media Tools Available
All products on the Librarian Resource Centre now have social media posts and images for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Head to a product’s ‘Promote’ page to try them out on your own channels.
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Popular Series on Oxford Medicine Online
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We Want to Hear From You
As part of our Librarian Research Panel, you can participate in activities like surveys, interviews, and study partnerships to provide us with essential feedback for future initiatives.
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2021 Journals Collection: Humanities
The 2021 Humanities Collection contains 80 prestigious journals from today back to 1996. The excellent-value range includes the #1 journal in History, and over 30% of journals have Impact Factors.
Open Access: Immunotherapy Advances
We’re excited to announce the launch of Immunotherapy Advances, the first fully Open Access journal of the British Society for Immunology. Initial content is due to publish in October/November 2020.
Open Access: Molecular Biology and Evolution
Molecular Biology and Evolution (MBE) and the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution are thrilled to announce that from Volume 38 (1 January 2021) MBE will also become fully Open Access.