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EBL Memorial Day Hours

Eskind Library will be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Memorial Day, 5/30/2016.

Zika Virus Health Information Resources

The National Library of Medicine has gathered national and international resources to assist public health departments, health care providers, librarians, and others seeking authoritative information on the Zika Virus. Information is available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

https://disaster.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/zikavirus.html.

Mosby’s Nursing Consult Retired

Effective December 31, 2015, Mosby’s Nursing Consult has been retired. All content is now integrated into the new Clinical Key for Nursing, www.clinicalkey.com/nursing/ .

Remote Library Resource Training and Search Consultation

The Eskind Biomedical Library is pleased to offer Remote Library Resource Training and Search Consultation for current students, staff, and faculty. This service utilizes Skype videoconferencing and allows us to answer questions and share screens in real-time. Please state in the comments box on the online training request form that you will require remote training. All of our meeting times will be based upon Central Standard Time.

New EBL Hours starting September 5

color image of the libraryStarting September 5, 2015, Eskind Biomedical Library will observe the following hours :

Day Hours Limited Services
Monday-Thursday 8am to 10pm 8am to 9am; 6pm to 10pm
Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 1pm to 6pm 1pm to 6pm
Sunday 1pm to 10pm 6pm to 10pm

Regular hours are listed on our website. A valid Vanderbilt or Meharry ID is required for entrance during Limited Service Hours.

Online resources such as journals and textbooks will be available through the Digital Library. Online tutorials are available for many resources, and requests for further help can be made through our online forms and will be responded to when we return. When the library is closed, checked out items you are returning can be left in the book drop outside the library.

AccessMedicine Now has Unlimited Access and New App

accessmedicineWe now have unlimited access to AccessMedicine and a new mobile app available for download. Click the link below for instruction on downloading the app and signing up for a free MyAccess personal account.

ACM-App and My Access Instructions

 

New EBL Hours as of Friday June 5

Starting Friday June 5, 2015, The Eskind Biomedical Library will observe the following hours :

Date Hours Limited Services
Monday-Thursday 8am to 10pm 8am to 9am; 6pm to 10pm
Friday 8am to 6pm 8am to 9am
Saturday 1pm to 6pm 1pm to 6pm
Sunday 1pm to 6pm 1pm to 6pm

Regular hours are listed on our website. A valid Vanderbilt or Meharry ID is required for entrance during Limited Service Hours.

Online resources such as journals and textbooks will be available through the Digital Library. Online tutorials are available for many resources, and requests for further help can be made through our online forms and will be responded to when we return. When the library is closed, checked out items you are returning can be left in the book drop outside the library.

New Resource at Eskind – LWW Health Library

LWW Health Library provides cases and clinical skills and self-assessment tools. Include required textbooks and multimedia assets—for use in medical sciences programs. The self-assessment tools included provides immediate feedback.

 

 

3D Printing Now Available at EBL

Starting on Ultimaker 2 (small)Wednesday, May 27, 3D printing will be available to patrons through Eskind Biomedical Library’s new 3D Printing Lab. Click the link below for information on submitting a file for printing.

http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/diglib/about/3d-printing.html

JoVE Publications has released 2 new mobile apps

JoVE Publications (Journal of Visualized Experiments) has released two new mobile apps and a newly optimized version of the JoVE website to allow for “seamless access” to content from any mobile device.

  • Interested Vanderbilt personnel must first create a free account at the JoVE Publications website using their Vanderbilt email address.
  • They may then download JoVE Mobile. To do so, search for ‘JoVE’ in the Apple app store; or on Google Play.
  • Once the app is downloaded, users may view JoVE articles and look for research-related videos on their iPhone, Android, tablet, and other mobile device.

These JoVE tools are freely accessible to Vanderbilt users via the JoVE.com website (accessible through the Digital Library).