Category Archives: Databases

Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy

Access more than 300 3D rotational narrated videos of real cadaver specimens – anytime, anywhere – from your computer, smartphone or tablet device.  The videos show moving structures:  muscles, tendons and joints, making the same movements that they make in … Continue reading

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Master referencing using Mendeley!

Mendeley is a free personal reference database program, which can be utilsed to maintain a library of references, download references from databases and integrate with Microsoft Word to insert references and create a bibliography in a document. The benefit of … Continue reading

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Words to watch: the emergence of new words and what this means for your research

Recently, the Macquarie Dictionary released new words submitted by the wider community, that have become part of the Australian vernacular. What these terms demonstrate, apart from the impact of social media and Netflix (!), is that common keywords change over … Continue reading

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Elsevier ScienceDirect Freedom Collection

The Elsevier ScienceDirect Freedom Collection provides access to the full text of articles from the journals published by Elsevier Science. Coverage is from 1995 onwards with access across all Elsevier subject collections. The main subject areas of the collection include … Continue reading

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Fixing Google Scholar, a few changes!

Some UNE staff and students may have been frustrated at times with Google Scholar turning them away by the Google Scholar CAPTCHA mechanism. In peak times of demand, Google Scholar has denied access to those wanting to access articles because … Continue reading

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