New EMBASE.com Release
Phoenix, AZ, May 19, 2006 – Elsevier Bibliographic Databases is pleased to present the recently introduced Release 6.0 of EMBASE.com to attendees of the 2006 MLA Annual Conference. Streamlined functionality and more powerful information management tools have now made EMBASE.com even easier to use.
Medical librarians and their user communities have always been able to rely on the power of EMBASE and MEDLINE combined in the single EMBASE.com platform to support the research process and the practice of evidence-based medicine. EMBASE.com delivers content that keeps up with the latest scientific developments and functionality that enhances every search session. New Release 6.0 features and functionality have been specifically designed to help users build on the results of previous sessions and share information with their colleagues:
Users can now save selected records from one or more searches to the "Clipboard" feature. Contents of a personal Clipboard can be saved for future use or added to an existing saved Clipboard. Users can name, save, e-mail, export or view an unlimited number of Clipboards.
Saved Searches in the "myInstitution" folder can be accessed and shared by an entire IP range. This means that anyone throughout an institution can make use of the searches that have been saved within this communal folder.
Name Saved Searches enables easier retrieval for future searches. Users can recall the named Saved Searches by simply typing in "#" and the name of the Saved Search, which enables them to easily set up a search to use in combination with other searches.
Elsevier is located in Booth 504 at the MLA 2006 Hall of Exhibits.
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Produced by Elsevier Bibliographic Databases, EMBASE.com is an integrated web-based service, providing access to current, comprehensive and validated biomedical and pharmacological information. Updated daily, it contains over 18 million bibliographic records with abstracts from EMBASE (1974-present) and unique MEDLINE records (1966-present); 600,000 records are added annually. The file covers more than 7,000 journal titles published in 70 countries (close to 2,000 more titles than EMBASE or MEDLINE alone) and features extensive linking to full text, gene and protein sequence databases and Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary. Broad international coverage including non-English language articles opens up access to hard-to-locate information.
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