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From February 1, 2012 until April 1, 2012 print journal issues will not circulate. All article requests are to be placed via ILLiad (see homepage under “Services” header). Articles requested from issues that HSL owns only in . . . → Read More: FREE Article “Scan on Demand” Service!

NYMC faculty authors celebrate!

On Thursday, January 12, 2012, sixty attendees gathered at the 18th New York Medical College (NYMC) faculty author recognition event in the Health Sciences Library. This event toasts the scholarly publications of 418 authors in 1058 items during the 2010/2011 academic year. It is a true celebration and sharing among colleagues.

A complete photo . . . → Read More: NYMC faculty authors celebrate!

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Elegance and style mark this fyi.libmedia.nymc.edu x dress-lace simple, sheath-like evening lace dress that is bound to turn all heads. The tasteful, form fitting, knee-length dress emphasizes your curves in pencil relief using a black paisley, crocheted lace, full-length front panel overlay. It’s a dash of spice to the otherwise, very nice ensemble. The . . . → Read More: fyi.libmedia.nymc.edu x Dress-Lace.com Pencil Dress with Lace Panel

Unbound Medicine Added to NYMC Mobile Resources

 

uCentral from Unbound Medicine is an application that allows you to access medical information through your mobile device (iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Palm, Windows Phone, Windows Mobile).  Here’s some of the content you’ll be able to access using  uCentral:

5-Minute Emergency Consult CDC Yellow Book Clinical Evidence, 2nd ed. Control of Communicable Diseases . . . → Read More: Unbound Medicine Added to NYMC Mobile Resources

Personalized News Applications for Your Mobile Device

Today’s Tech Tuesday session will be on applications you can use to read news on your mobile device. Most of these allow you to select your news sources and link to your social media accounts in order to personalize and maximize your news reading experience.

Here is the handout for the class with links . . . → Read More: Personalized News Applications for Your Mobile Device