Integrating Policy with NCBI
Benefits of Integrating with NCBI
- Less manual data entry, improved data quality, increased ease of system use.
- Ability to populate citation data from PubMed, PubMed Central, and the NIH Manuscript Submission system (NIHMS), and to readily maintain accurate, structured and up-to-date bibliographic information.
- Improved data quality enhances the ability of the NIH to manage and monitor the results of its research portfolios
- Grantees can easily track compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy using a simple color-coded key in ‘My Bibliography.’
- Commons users can associate their ‘My Bibliography’ citations with a progress report in Commons; and designate delegates to maintain their professional bibliographies in ‘My Bibliography.’'
Getting Started With NIH Public Access Policy Compliance (Using My Bibliography) pdf
MyNCBI (Video; 2:18)
Video tour of MyNCBI homepage and its functions.
MyNCBI -- Overview (pdf)
- What Is MyNCBI
- Accessing MyNCBI
- Registering MyNCBI
- Signing In To MyNCBI
- Changing or Forgetting MyNCBI password.
MyBibliography (Video; 2:54)
A tutorial demonstrating how to use the My Bibliography component of My NCBI.
- Creating a Bibliography
- Viewing and downloading citations
- Sorting citations
- Managing compliance to the NIH Public Access Policy
- Deleting citations
- Sharing MyBibliography
- Confirming a MyBibliography connection for delegates
"MyBibliography has been enhanced to include an option to generate a PDF format report." See link for explanation and instructions.