Do you know what’s living on your device? Due to almost constant use, phones pick up bacteria and germs from everything you touch. Clean your phone or tablet at the library while you study.
You can now print from any device by simply uploading documents to the Pharos Print Center via a web browser or from your smartphone.
Finding health sciences curriculum resources can be a difficult task. Many people turn to PubMed first, but this may not be the best choice in many situations.
Heading home for the holidays but still need to get your research done? Don’t worry, you can still get access to library resources from wherever you are using your UVM NetID.
Dana now has new e-book titles on Applying Quality Management in Healthcare and Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine, as well as an e-book update. Check them out!
Second year medical students have their sights set on the upcoming USMLE Step 1 exam. Dana has a wide variety of books to support students in preparing for Step 1.
New and Updated in November, Dana keeps track of the most current books and editions available. They are accessible through CatQuest.
Now up in Dana’s Main Hallway, Health Disparities, by Angie Chapple-Sokol, explores the health and well-being of black Americans, and the equities and disparities they experience, by looking at the social determinants of health in society and pointing to the socioeconomic disparities that surface.
Here are some tips for keeping yourself secure when navigating online, both on and off campus. Hint: make sure to take advantage of UVM and the UVM Medical Center’s resources!
There are nine parking spaces reserved for those needing parking close to the Howe Library. #uvm #uvmlibraries