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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!

Henry Stewart Talks: New Additions!

Below are details of the latest talks released to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, which contains over 2,100 specially prepared, seminar-style, animated lectures by world leading experts.

This month’s additions to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection include new talks and updated talks to existing series. Lectures include Carcinogenesis and Aging by . . . → Read More: Henry Stewart Talks: New Additions!

New Trial: Featuring First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017

The First Aid ebook collection features nearly 20 titles to help you prepare for exams. All titles can be downloaded directly to PDF so you can save them to your device for offline access.

On Campus Access

Off Campus Access

 Titles Include:

First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017

First Aid Cases for . . . → Read More: New Trial: Featuring First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2017

NYTimes.com access

All the News That’s Fit to Read from Anywhere!

The HS Library has acquired access to NYTimes.com.

We have 20 passes* for unlimited access to articles from 1986 to the present and pre-1923.  In addition, you have access to the daily newspaper reimagined for the Web (looks just like the print edition).

To . . . → Read More: NYTimes.com access