New Resources Added to HSL’s Web of Science Subscription

 

The HSL has added new resources to our Web of Science subscription: Citation Connection databases, Journal Citation Reports (with a brand-new interface), and Essential Science Indicators.

The Citation Connection databases add a vast amount of content to Web of Science: more than 150,000 conference proceedings, 50,000 scholarly books, 3.3 million data studies . . . → Read More: New Resources Added to HSL’s Web of Science Subscription

Summer 2014 issue of FYI: News now available

Keeping our users, communities, and friends up to date regarding news of the Health Sciences Library of New York Medical College is challenging.  Everyone has their own preferred ways to keep up. FYI…Online Newsletter of the Health Sciences (this blog), and FYI: News, our semiannual newsletter in more traditional form, complement each . . . → Read More: Summer 2014 issue of FYI: News now available

Library Readings Supplement “Deadly Medicine” Content

The Health Sciences Library has launched a concurrent exhibit and collection of materials to supplement the content in the “Deadly Medicine” exhibit currently on display in the Skyline cafeteria space. If you haven’t been to see this exhibit, you are strongly encouraged to go. As quoted from the New York Times, this exhibition “should be . . . → Read More: Library Readings Supplement “Deadly Medicine” Content

Library Access for New Medical Students

Before classes begin in August, Class of 2018 medical students are encouraged to register for library barcodes to gain access to the Health Sciences Library’s collections. The library barcode provides access to the library resources when off-campus or on the public wireless network, and is used for book and reserve reading circulation. Early registration . . . → Read More: Library Access for New Medical Students

US Holocaust Traveling Exhibit “Deadly Medicine” at New York Medical College, July 15-September 3

To register for the July 16 reception or to book a group tour, please go to the calendar at  http://calendar.library.nymc.edu/deadlymedicinegrouptours.

Press release from the NYMC Office of Public Relations:

Contact: Jennifer Riekert, M.B.A. Director of Communications New York Medical College (914) 594-4552 jennifer_riekert@nymc.edu

New York Medical College Hosts United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s . . . → Read More: US Holocaust Traveling Exhibit “Deadly Medicine” at New York Medical College, July 15-September 3