The National Library of Medicine is releasing a redesigned version of My Bibliography to better organize publications and allow eRA Commons users enhanced functionality to manage publication and product compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. My Bibliography 3.0 will be released soon. For more information, see the following NLM Technical Bulletins:
My Bibliography allows you save your citations, whether they are journal articles, books/chapters, patents, presentations or meetings. Import citations directly from PubMed or use the My NCBI templates to manually adde a citation. My Bibliography allows centralized managment of your citations so you can collect, manage and share your scholarly works.
To learn more about My Bibliography, refer to the following section of the My NCBI Help Manual:
To give a staff member or assistant Delegate status in your My NCBI account, complete the following steps:
* If you don't see the option to Edit Bibliography Settings, you may need to add a citation. To do so, click on the blue plus sign. This will allow you to search PubMed and add citations. You need at least one paper in My Bibliography to engage the Delegation function.
Problem: Delegate status shows up with my email but another username.
Solution: When accepting delegate requests, be sure that you are not signed in to anyone else's eRA Commons OR My NCBI account. This will confuse the system and delegation will not work.