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What's New

Albany Business Review online - January 2014

The Marvin Library is very pleased to announce the addition of the Albany Business Review to its repertoire of digital news and business subscription. Forty years ago, the Business Review made its debut as a part of a trend toward local business journals across the country; evolved into the Capital District Business Review, and is now known as the Albany Business Review. This exciting business service is updated 24/7 and provides insight and analyses far beyond simply news. Weekly editions include data, lists, networking, and cutting edge cover stories (for example, see the cover of January 10-16, 2014 edition: "The Cutter & The Creator" - featuring a profile of Board of Trustees member Ken Colloton of Albany Med.) Whether it be trade associations, computer chip makers, law firms, construction management, or newly elected officials, the Albany Business Review monitors what counts in the business and entrepreneurial world.

To access simply visit the Marvin Library list of databases. You will find the Albany Business Review in alphabetical order, and also under "Business" and "News." To access from off campus, you will be prompted for your HVCC login credentials. Visit the Web site anytime, or from within the Albany Business Review portal, set up a personal account to receive two daily e-mails with emerging news stories.

Prepared by Valerie Waldin

JAMA, Science and Nature journals available online - August 2013

Three leading scientific and medical journals are now available from Dwight Marvin Library to current students and faculty both on campus and remotely. These subscriptions expand library resources supporting biotechnology, health sciences, and scientific and technological innovation. In addition to reports and research, each journal includes career information and job postings. The online journals include video, blogs, late-breaking news, and many features unavailable in the print editions.

Science is a weekly publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The journal includes peer-reviewed research articles and reports of significant advancements in scientific research. Access includes full text of each issue from 1997 to the present.

Published weekly by the London-based Nature Publishing Group, Nature includes peer-reviewed research and news of advancements in scientific research worldwide. Access includes full text of each issue from 1997 to the present.

JAMA is the highly respected journal published by the American Medical Association with news of medical research and clinical advances as well as patient education content. Access includes full text of each issue from 1998 to the present.

Access is available from the library Web site. Each journal also permits individuals to set up a personal account to gain access to newsletters, mobile app and other features. Personal accounts must be set up after accessing the journal from the library Web site. For assistance, contact library@hvcc.edu.