- Always start from the WHSC Library's homepage.
- Avoid Multiple Logins
- if on a single user computer, consider leaving the browser window open
- if on a single user computer running Google Chrome, change settings “On Startup” to “continue where you left off.” Browser will then authenticate across multiple browser sessions
- Bookmark and start from Emory's instance of PubMed to ensure that you see the "Find It @Emory" icon. Do not use the publisher's icon provided.
- Use BrowZine to stay current with your favorite journals. More information about BrowZine can be found on the Library's news blog.
- Go to Emory's instance of PubMed.
- Type in the article title into the search box.
- Click on the "Find It @ Emory" button.
- Click on the Full text link and login with your University NetID and password.
You can also use BrowZine to drill down to the article you need. Please see the "Stay Current with Journals using BrowZine" section for more information.
The following are some of the many modules available in Nature Masterclasses:
- What Makes a Great paper: An Overview
- Elements of Writing Style
- Titles and Abstracts
- From Introduction to Conclusions
- Selecting a Journal for Publication
- Submitting Your Paper
- Understanding Peer Review
- Data Management
- Data Presentation.
Please refer to the "Locate Article" section above.Find the Right Journal for Your Article
There are some steps one should take in determining to which journal to submit an article. Credibility of a journal is one of the most important factors. Under the Library's Writing and Publishing section, there is a segment on Assessing Journal Credibility. The other factor to consider is how often a topic or related topics are published in certain journals. By performing a search on a topic, both Web of Science and Scopus allow for sorting by the number of times a topic has been published in journals.
The WHSC Library also subscribes to Nature Masterclasses, which has 13 modules about how to select a journal. One of the modules explores "Criteria for selecting a journal." Available to Emory faculty, staff, and students, register with your Emory University email for access to the modules.
Books and Journals
If you would like to make a recommendation that a book or journal be added to the WHSC Library's collection, please send a message via the Ask a Librarian form. Please include why you think that item should be added to the collection.
The Library accepts recently published books which meet the following criteria:
1) Fall within the scope of the collection (health and life sciences)
2) Have been published within the last ten years
3) Are in good condition
The Library also welcomes rare books, and those of historical significance to the health and life sciences.
Please submit a list of potential gift materials to assist in making a decision about your donation. Send this list to Maria Flowers Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Collection Services.
Since more than 95% of the library’s journal subscriptions are now available online, the Library will no longer accept donations of volumes and/or issues of print journals.
Deed of Gift
Please complete these Deed of Gift and include it with your donation. Once the deed is signed, the gift then becomes the property of the library.
Because of restrictions by the Internal Revenue Service, library staff cannot provide an evaluation or appraisal for tax purposes. Donors requiring appraisals for income tax purposes must obtain these at their own expense from appraisers of their choice prior to donation.
The WHSC Library has a number of spaces that can be used for meetings. The rooms are not designed to serve as classrooms for courses, but for group meetings or collaborations. In addition, study rooms cannot be reserved.
Please login to 25Live with your Emory NetID and password to see availability and to request a room. The rooms available in the WHSC Library include: B_63 (Collaboration Classroom), and B_65 (Computer Classroom). If you have any questions, please contact us at Ask a Librarian
Some of BrowZine’s key features include the ability to:
- view journal(s) table of contents
- save articles to read later on one’s device
- receive notification when new articles/issues are available
My Bookshelf allows users to create one’s own “library” of online journals. Up to 64 journals can be placed in My Bookshelf. BrowZine supports majority of publishers; the comprehensive list of publishers can be found here.
Create Collections of articles using the My Articles feature. BrowZine will sync all of your articles across devices.
Find the Add To My Articles button by selecting the Expand button found on the right of the screen.
To use the BrowZine app:
- download the appropriate app: iOS or Android.
- after installation, select Emory University from the list of schools.
- enter your Emory University NetID and password.
- select a subject of interest or search for a specific journal and add it to your Bookshelf after creating an account.
For questions regarding BrowZine, please contact Ask A Librarian.