May is Mental Health Month

Mental health is an important part of a person’s overall health and should not be overlooked. If you are feeling sad, depressed, or anxious talk with a friend, professor, or colleague to discuss what your feeling and to help guide you in the right direction.  Remember that when times are tough you do not have . . . → Read More: May is Mental Health Month

New Computers!

Thank you for your patience last week as our Systems Department installed NEW PCs in the Library’s Novich Lab (Room 108). These are All-in-One PCs (the same as in the Mastronardi Information Center) with MS Office suite, Write-n-Cite for Endnote Online and Refworks installed.

Students will enjoy the larger screens as they work individually, in groups, . . . → Read More: New Computers!

Data Management Essentials

Data Management Essentials Thursday, April 20, 2017 3-4 p.m. Health Sciences Library Classroom 109

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The Health Sciences Library presents a new class on data management.

Funding agencies and publishers increasingly require researchers to articulate a data management process. In order to respond to these requirements, researchers will need . . . → Read More: Data Management Essentials

New Notice Features in NYMCat

NYMCat, the library online catalog, moved to a new platform this Fall. In the new system some notices, such as overdue notices you will receive automatically, and others you will have to activate. Those you need to activate are:

Item due: Receive an advance reminder e-mail the morning item(s) are due. Advance notice: Receive . . . → Read More: New Notice Features in NYMCat

NYMCat Now on an Open Source Platform with New Features (Updated 10/26/16)

The new NYMCat interface. Click to enter.

The library’s integrated library system (ILS) has migrated to a new open-source platform called Koha. That means we moved all of our user information and all of our item information over to new software and new remote servers over the summer. As of today we are saying . . . → Read More: NYMCat Now on an Open Source Platform with New Features (Updated 10/26/16)