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    Update from ACS Publications Library Relations

    S Rouhi

      ~Apologies for cross-posting~

       

      UPDATE FROM ACS PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY RELATIONS:

      http://pubs.acs.org/4librarians

       

      ACS Publications Library Relations would like to alert you to updates on the

      following:

       

      ACS on Campus: Purdue and Chicago

      2010 Charleston Scholarship Winner

      C&EN Archives Free Access

      ACS Combinatorial Science FAQs

      C&EN's Analytical SCENE

      Better Ways to Browse: Print/Grid Views

       

       

      1. ACS on Campus: Purdue takes place November 15-16, 2010 at Purdue

      University in West Lafayette, Indiana. ACS on Campus: Chicago hosted by

      Northwestern University will take place November 18-19, 2010. Sessions will

      address issues in Scholarly Communication and Alternative Careers in

      Chemistry. If you would like to attend or learn more about the program,

      please view the agendas and RSVP at http://pubs.acs.org/r/acsoc

       

      2. Congratulations to Lisa Rose-Wiles, Science Librarian at Seton Hall

      University, and the 2010 ACS Publications Charleston Scholarship winner.

      Lisa's winning submission was an open letter in response to the following

      scenario: The University Librarian is a musicologist and wants to cut

      science budgets to allow for more humanities resources. What does a science

      librarian do? Read her winning open letter here:

      http://pubs.acs.org/page/4librarians/charleston-scholarship.html

       

      3. C&EN Archives Free Access -- Academic customers with the complete ACS Web

      Editions package will have free access to the new C&EN Archives from

      November 4 - December 31, 2010. The new high-res PDF pages of C&EN (from

      1923-2009) are fully integrated with ACS book and journals on the ACS Web

      Editions Platform. Test drive this new product at

      http://pubs.acs.org/cen-archives

       

      Note:  A system-generated email was sent to the administrator account for

      ACS¹ All Publications customers, indicating the addition of C&EN Archives to

      your subscribed content.  This confirms your access through the trial

      period, but does not reflect any decisions to add access to C&EN Archives

      past December 31 2010. For more details on adding C&EN Archives access at

      your institution in 2011 please email LibraryRelations@acs.org

       

      4. Questions about ACS Combinatorial Chemistry (formerly the Journal of

      Combinatorial Chemistry)? - Name/scope changes to journals can be confusing.

      Read our FAQs on the Librarian Resource Center regarding the relaunch of

      this existing ACS journal:

      http://pubs.acs.org/page/4librarians/acscs/faq.html

       

      5. Chemical & Engineering News launches second news channel, Analytical

      SCENE -- Analytical SCENE is a stream of articles about analytical research

      and business containing content from C&EN as well as original reporting.

      Read more here: http://pubs.acs.org/cen/analytical/

       

      6. Better ways to browse -- PRINT AND GRID VIEW

      In addition to the traditional list view of Journal Table of Contents, Book

      Chapters, and Search Results, we¹ve added two additional views, the Grid

      View and the Print View: http://pubs.acs.org/page/demo/tocViews.html Alert

      your users to this new browsing option!

       

      Visit pubs.acs.org to test drive C&EN Archives, view the latest website

      enhancements, and play with the new print and grid views.

       

      Questions about these announcements or anything else? Contact

      LibraryRelations@acs.org or visit the Librarian Resource Center at

      http://pubs.acs.org/4librarians

       

      Best,

      Sara Rouhi

       

       

      Associate Manager, Library Relations | ACS Publications

      1155 16th St., NW | Washington | DC 20036

      http://pubs.acs.org/4librarians 

       

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