NEW Journal Added! Mucosal Immunology

The Library now has access going back to 2008 to Mucosal Immunology. Mucosal Immunology is the official publication of the Society for Mucosal Immunology and is published by Nature Publishing Group. It aims to provide a forum for both basic and clinical scientists to discuss all aspects of immunity and inflammation involving mucosal tissues.

The Mucosal Immunology journal reflects the interests of scientists studying gastrointestinal, pulmonary, nasopharyngeal, oral, ocular and genitourinary immunology through the publication of original research articles, scholarly reviews and timely commentaries, editorials and letters. The content features basic, translational and clinical studies. Mucosal Immunology also aims to provide a primary method of communication for the SMI governing board and its members through the publication of society news and meeting and conference announcements.

One-Click-Access to PDFs in Pubmed with LibKey

We’re pleased to announce another enhancement to the user research experience – LibKey Link for PubMed. We’ve implemented LibKey Link to cut out a couple of steps in the old process, making it easier and faster for you to get the article PDF you’re looking for. Now you can go directly from search results to the PDF with one click.

If LibKey determines that it CANNOT route you to the PDF for any reason, it will automatically send you to our Document Delivery Service where you can request the article.

If you have any questions about LibKey Link, please don’t hesitate to ASK US.

Usability Testing of ONESEARCH Our New Search and Discovery Tool

The Library recently conducted usability research of our new search discovery tool ONESEARCH to evaluate the interface, determine whether the tool served MSK users in an intuitive way, identify problem areas, and share possible improvements. The resulting feedback will be relevant in guiding future enhancements to ONESEARCH. We want to thank all the participants that contributed their time and insight to this study.