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April 2012

Tellus Now Open Access.  The journal Tellus Series A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography and Tellus Series B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology are now available through Open Access.  These titles have been added to the NOAA Rice Library Series Holdings webpage.

March 2012

Rice Library Goes Mobile.  A selection of mobile apps for accessing journal publishers and bibliographic databases have been added to the Rice Library's Online Journal page.  Now you can take the Library with you.   Available for your use are: BioOne, JSTOR, Nature, Science, ScienceDirect and Web of Knowledge.  

November 2011

EndNote Training Open registration webinars are available free of charge with a trained EndNote representative in  the next few months. 

The Building Your EndNote Library course will get you acquainted with EndNote, teach you to set up your preference and demonstrate the four ways you can add references to your library:  manual data entry, online search, direct export and importing text files downloaded from online sources.   

The Using EndNote's Cite While you Write course will get you acquainted with searching your EndNote library for references, editing citation to suppress author names, years or add page numbers and changing styles instantly. 

The EndNote Web for EndNote Users course will get you acquainted with navigating the user interface with Web of Science, collecting and sharing your references, using Cite While you Write to insert citations and creating bibliographies in Word.

Please go to and select your local time zone to register.

January 2007

Inter-Research Science Center - Open Access Initiative.

In response to the drive for freedom of access to the results of scientific research, authors of manuscripts accepted for publication in Inter-Research (IR) journals, will be offered the option of having their work published as Open Access (OA) papers.  In addition, Inter-Research is providing Open Access to all journal content four (4) years after the original publication date for the following journal titles:

  • Aquatic Microbial Ecology,
  • Climate Research,
  • Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, and 
  • Marine Ecology Progress Series.

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