[Mla-cds] Question on Protocols (recipes for scientific techniques)
diana.ryan at jefferson.edu
Tue May 17 09:00:48 CDT 2011
There was only 1 responses to Liz' original post (thanks Leslie) and I'm
hoping to hear from more of you. We are long-time subscribers to Springer
Protocols and at one time had 7 online subscriptions to Wiley's Current
Protocols before the cost was killing us.
We've had a request from our Neuroscience Chairman to subscribe to Nature
Protocols, which he claims is the "gold standard" in his field. In doing a
general comparison between Nature and Springer I discovered they both have
neuroscience protocols and Springer appears to have many more overall than
I would like to hear from more of you who subscribe to any protocol product,
and especially anyone who has left Springer in favor of Nature or another
product and your reason for doing so.
Thanks in advance!
Diana Ryan, MLS
Director of Collection Management
Scott Memorial Library
Thomas Jefferson University
1020 Walnut St., Room M112
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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[mailto:mla-cds-bounces at colldev.mlanet.org] On Behalf Of Elizabeth R Lorbeer
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 4:59 PM
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Subject: [Mla-cds] Question on Protocols (recipes for scientific techniques)
Hello CDS Members:
I seeking the collective wisdom on what your library offers in protocol
products. Currently, my library has subscriptions to Cold Springs Harbor
Protocols, Nature Protocols, and select titles within Wiley's Current
Protocols. Also, the library just added a subscription to JoVE (Journal of
Visualized Experiments). I am curious to know what other libraries hold.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
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