PubMed - Articles in PubMed are considered peer reviewed and there isn't a limiter to use in the database. EBSCOhost (includes Cochrane, SPORTDiscus, Food Science Source, AMED) - Click on Advanced Search under the search box and select Peer Reviewed. Google Scholar - There isn't a limiter in Google Scholar. You will have to look at the publisher page and "about this journal" or similar to find ... read more
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You may renew books, journals, or media items in person, or through the library catalog. Bones and models are not renewable and must be returned by the due date/time to avoid fines. To renew in person, please have a valid ID (Logan ID or state issued ID). You do not have to have the materials with you at time of renewal. To renew online, choose View Your Library Account in the library catalog.
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The most thorough way to find if an article is peer reviewed is to visit the journal publisher's website, locate the journal title, and read the section about the journal which will indicate if submissions to that journal go through a peer review process. In addition, articles from PubMed are peer reviewed. Use the peer reviewed limiter in other databases to limit your search to peer reviewed arti ... read more
PubMed is an abstract database that indexes thousands of journals. Journal publishers providing links to full text when available. Some of these are free, but most are paid subscriptions. You have access to free articles and those that Logan pays for a subscription. Look for the Logan Online or Logan Paper icons to access free text. More instructions are located in the PubMed tutorial. We can also ... read more
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View the professional websites list on the Getting Started in Your Chiropractic Profession for links to sites with demographical statistics. Also contact Linda Kenny, Director of Logan's Career Development Center, for access to chiropractic density statistics.
Nothing, it is free.
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The Logan catalog is a shared catalog system with other academic libraries and is not the same as a Logan's email or My Logan. When you enter your name, do not put a period between your first and last name. Example: jane doe (do not enter as jane.doe). Your campus ID is your 9 digit student number followed by L. Example: 123456789l
Printing is free!
The library and the computer lab have different hours. Please see the Location & Hours page for a list of both. When the library is closed, the group study rooms are locked.
No, this is not an option available through PubMed.
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Checkout periods are different for various materials. Please see Policies & Fines located on the About the Library page for a complete list.
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You may place a hold on circulating copies of books, media, or journals through the library catalog. You may not place a hold on a book that you have an additional copy checked out in your name. Bones and models and reserve items can not be placed on hold.
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Visit the Licensure & Boards research guide from the LRC website under "Resources For."
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In some cases, we do have circulating copies of reserve books that can be checked out. Please see the library catalog to find out if we have additional available copies.
There is not a time limit on reserve books, they are due back same day by closing time and can not leave the LRC. You may have more than one reserve book at a time. Holds can not be placed on reserve items, however you may ask who has the item checked out (please note that this only applies to reserve books).