We 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.
Starting Friday June 5, 2015, The Eskind Biomedical Library will observe the following 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.
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.
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.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released the 2015 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Recommended Immunization Schedules for adults and children. The current birth to 18 years and “catch-up” and adult schedules are available on the CDC website. The February 6th edition of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report includes information about the 2015 changes to both schedules.
We are pleased to share that a Mondopad is now available at EBL!
The Mondopad consists of a touch-sensitive 55″ display and hardware/software supporting an interactive whiteboard with digital capture, document annotation, video conferencing, shared viewing/control, use of PC-compatible products, and web-based communication. It will enable collaborative activities including document review, brainstorming and note-taking, communication with remote sites, and large-format viewing and manipulation of digital media.
The 10 iPads available for check-out to medical center personnel can now be borrowed for 24 hours at a time!
These iPads can be checked out during full service hours, and must be returned to an EBL staff member or security guard at the front desk – never through the book drop!
More iPad details, including complete check-out policies and notes on protected health information and infection control, are available on our website.
Grant writers: If the environment section of your grant requires information about the Eskind Biomedical Library or Knowledge Management, please feel free to download and incorporate our synopses. EBL staff is committed to keeping the information up to date, and has just uploaded newly reviewed and revised copies.
Do you need a study break? Burned out on biomedical literature? Come and take a break in the new lounge area on the 2nd floor of EBL. Cozy up in an armchair with some leisure reading material from our new Book Swap. Selections include popular literature, sci-fi, mysteries, and magazines! You can even take them with you!
In addition to popular fiction and other leisure reading, we’re also making available some items that have been removed from our print collection, such as works on culture, history, and politics in healthcare.
Food is now allowed in this area as well!
Starting the week of September 8, we will be hosting a coffee/tea break each weekday from 2-3 pm in the 2nd floor lounge area as well. We hope to see you there!
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