In contributing to the development and delivery of scholarly communications programs and resources that impact the changing scholarly publishing landscape the ISU Library has played an important part in the launch of a new double-blind peer reviewed, open access journal called, Clinical Practice in Athletic Training: A Journal of Practice-based, Outcomes, and Action Research (Clin AT). Funded by a grant from the More to Blue Strategic Plan at ISU, and administered through the ISU Department of Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation, the vision of Clin AT is to provide an outlet for practicing athletic trainers to share their stories, successes, failures, and research in terms of patient services and practice advancement. Currently the journal will be indexed in Sycamore Scholars and Google Scholar, but plans are underway to apply for inclusion in proprietary journal indices, such as those found in EBSCO and ProQuest, after the journal has published additional issues.
The launch of Clin AT marks an exciting new chapter in scholarly publishing at ISU. Through ISU Author Services the Library is providing administrative support for the journal’s platform, PKP Version3, which is a multi-university initiative of open source software used to improve the quality and reach of scholarly publishing. Since the spring semester the Library Systems Department has been working closely with the Doctorate in Athletic Training program in setting up the configuration requirements and online workflows for submission management to Clin AT. Library Systems will continue to assist in updating and troubleshooting the software, and in training new editors in PKP online workflows.
Clin AT is the result of a strong and highly collegial partnership between the ISU Library and the College of Health and Human Services, and demonstrates ISU’s commitment in designing, maintaining, and promoting new forms of scholarly publishing and open access to information. To see the inaugural issue, please click on the link below:
Clinical Practice in Athletic Training: A Journal of Practice-Based Outcomes and Action Research (Clin Athl Train Pract)
ISSN: 2577-8188 ~ DOI: 10.31622 ~ http://clinat.indstate.edu
The library is holding a month long trial for for the Sage Video Collection – Criminology and Criminal Justice . We need your feedback.
The trial will be available through March 27, 2017.
Sage’s flyer has more detailed description of the resources, as well as highlights of features.
Send your questions and comments to Melissa.Gustafson@indstate.edu, our electronic resources librarian.
eBrary Upgrading to Ebook Central
Migration from eBrary (one of our 2 main e-book suppliers) to ProQuest Ebook Central will take place the afternoon of Wednesday January 11, 2017 (midday pacific time) NO DOWNTIME IS EXPECTED. The new interface is very similar to the old with all the features of eBrary: custom bookshelves, tagging, highlighting, citations, sharing, etc. Registered users should find their previously saved titles and links all working and redirected.
For more information regarding the migration view the 3 minute videos on features here:
- Overview & Searching
In addition, ProQuest has set up a LibGuide: Ebook Central with lots of details:
Questions: contact Melissa Gustafson, Electronic Resources Librarian, (812) 237-2057 or Melissa.Gustafson@indstate.edu
Business students often need to access our Commerce Clearinghouse [CCH] Internet Tax Research Database.
Students get confused when they are asked to login twice (first, login to the ISU proxy and, second, login to the CCH database). Also, the Internet connection seems to be poor. They often get an error message. If they just refresh the webpage, the error often resolves itself.
Here are the steps to successful access:
- Go to the library homepage at http://library.indstate.edu
- At the top of the window, click Find > Electronic Resources (Articles)
- Scroll to the top of the window. Under “Browse databases by subject”, click Business & Economics.
- The Business & Economics databases are displayed. Scroll down and click CCH Internet Tax Research Network
- If you are off campus, you may be asked to login to MyISU.
- The CCH Intelliconnect login appears. Click Create User ID.
- Follow instructions and create an account using your ISU e-mail.
- Go back to the CCH Intelliconnect login. Login with your new CCH username and password.
- You are in the database. Help is available from within the database by clicking the “Help” button at the top of the webpage.
About the database: The CCH Internet Tax Research Network provides tax news as well as federal and state tax information. Included are tax codes, regulations, court cases, rulings, legislative documents, treaties, IRS publications, as well as CCH explanation and analysis. Federal Tax Archives are available for all years since 1978; State Tax Archives are available for all years since 1994.