UCL staff and students - download EndNote software to your own personal computer

Exciting news! It is now possible for UCL staff and students to download EndNote software onto a home personal computer (PC or Mac) from the UCL Software Database.

By doing so you are agreeing to the terms and conditions for home use of software. You will receive an email once you have downloaded it to inform you of this, which includes that you have to remove it from your computer when you leave UCL.
EndNote will also continue to be available on Desktop@UCL computers and on the UCL Remote Desktop.
A couple of things to note: When you download the software it is version X9 that is downloaded and when you open it you are then prompted to do update to X9.2, which is the latest version.If you normally use the Find Full Text option to automatically attach PDFs to references in your EndNote Library, the settings for searching for UCL-subscribed papers are not included in the download. You will need to add them themselves following the instructions in our guide.  
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New Library courses booking system

We have a brand new training booking system. Please see  our new training page  to check dates and book onto courses.

Dynamed mobile access

Access via the, sign in now and use your OpenAthens details. Access via the mobile app: you must now create a Personal User Account:

New Dynamed

DynaMed Plus has undergone some exciting changes in August 2019, it has been rebranded under the name Dynamed. 
The next generation of DynaMed continues to offer the highest quality evidence-based information with a user-friendly, personalised experience that delivers accurate answers fast.
To access  Dynamedyou need to first register for a GOSH  NHS Athens account, click on sign in  and then on the OpenAthens link and then use your NHS Athens password.
What do I need to know? Your evidence-based, point-of-care tool will simply be called DynaMed.You’ll be able to personalise your DynaMed experience with improved topic and evidence alerts and a seamless mobile app integration. These personalisation features require you to create a Personal User Account (PUA).  If you signed up for email alerts without creating a PUA these alerts will not be carried over into the new system.For instructions on how to create a PUA in DynaMed Plus watch instruct…

The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology.

UCL Library Services recently acquired access to The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology.  Off campus access is available viaExplore.  Simply search our library catalogue for the title and click the option to “View Full Text” to see a prompt to sign on.

Access to the GOISH portal from a computer connected to the UCL network

GOSH member of staff can now access the GOSH portal from  a computer connected to the UCL network. A UCL computer or a laptop connected to UCL with EDUROAM or via   UCL guest access. If you require UCL guest access please ask at the enquiry desk.
Instructions are on the library webpage.

Certificate of appreciation for Heather Chesters

Congratulations to Heather Chesters, the Deputy Librarian, who has been awarded a Certificate of appreciation for her contribution to to the iBSc Paediatrics and Child Health Programme.