New Product for Learning (and Teaching): USMLE Easy

In an effort to increase our students’ USMLE scores and facilitate self-directed learning and formative feedback, NYMC has subscribed to the USMLE Easy Board preparation resource.

USMLE Easy includes:

More than 11,000 questions covering Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 3 with detailed explanations. Adaptive learning technology that creates a personalized study . . . → Read More: New Product for Learning (and Teaching): USMLE Easy

Subscribe by Email and Never Miss a Post

Do you know that you can subscribe to FYI, the Health Sciences Library’s blog, and receive notification by email when something new is posted?

Simply go to the FYI main page, look for “Subscribe to receive new posts by email”, as shown below,  enter your email address and click Subscribe.

 

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Two Librarian positions available in the Health Sciences Library, NYMC

Due to two recent internal promotions in the Health Sciences Library and one employee relocation, we currently have two excellent opportunities for the right candidates. Please share widely.

The two positions are: User Services Librarian and Digital Services Librarian, both in the User Support, Education, and Research (USER) Services division of the library. Descriptions of both positions can . . . → Read More: Two Librarian positions available in the Health Sciences Library, NYMC

Free Interlibrary Loan requests extended through March 1st

The Health Sciences Library is happy to announce we are extending our pilot project for free interlibrary loan and document delivery through March 1st, 2015!

Please take advantage of this opportunity for your research and study needs.  Our goal is to better support researchers, faculty and students in obtaining resources the library does not hold, delivered in a convenient and timely fashion. Continue reading Free Interlibrary Loan requests extended through March 1st

Single Service Desk to Better Serve Your Needs

We’ve made it even easier for you to get help in the Library. We now have a single service desk, instead of two separate desks for Reference and Access Services.  A librarian will be available at the Access Services Desk and on call to serve your needs.

For your convenience we also offer our . . . → Read More: Single Service Desk to Better Serve Your Needs