Unbound Medline Demo

Drop by the Library to learn how to use Unbound Medline, a UCentral app that lets you easily connect to the full text of PubMed articles via smartphone, tablet and laptop.  A company representative will be in the Library, Room 109 on Friday, January 29, 2016 at 11 a.m. to provide a demo and answer . . . → Read More: Unbound Medline Demo

New Library Class – Ins & Outs of Embase!

 

Ins & Outs of 

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 10:00 — 11:00  Library Rm 108

Embase is a database containing over 30 million abstracts and indices from published, peer-reviewed biomedical literature, in-press publications and conferences; many of which are not found in PubMed. Additionally it offers superb indexing . . . → Read More: New Library Class – Ins & Outs of Embase!

Please Welcome our New Librarians

The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce that two new librarians have joined our staff.  Please welcome Rhonda Altonen, M.S., M.L.S., our new Research Services Librarian, and Melissa Spangenberg, M.L.S., Digital Services Librarian.

Rhonda has worked in a health sciences library for many years, first as a library technician and media specialist and . . . → Read More: Please Welcome our New Librarians

Library Facilities Update: On Access, Food, and Renovations

I hope you all are enjoying your 24/7 access to the Health Sciences Library. It appears to be working nicely and I appreciate all of your kind words of thanks. We’ve made some accommodations since the initial announcement based upon student feedback and other influences:

First of all please be aware that there is . . . → Read More: Library Facilities Update: On Access, Food, and Renovations

Article Linker Upgrade: Link 2.0

The library has upgraded and simplified our journal article linking interface.

These improvements will provide quicker, more reliable full-text access to journal articles (that are published in journals we subscribe to) and to our online article request form (for articles in journals we do not subscribe to).

Previously there was an extra step involved in accessing a . . . → Read More: Article Linker Upgrade: Link 2.0