Access the most current medical information that the library has to offer online. It isn’t even necessary to come into the library to “check out” these 78 eBooks covering 38 subject areas!
Now on display at the front of the library, Dana's Anatomage Table is available for all to use, anytime. This Table offers life-sized virtual dissection and is used as an advanced visualization system for anatomy education.
This Fall, Apple will release a new version of its operating system, called Catalina. The only version of EndNote that will work with Catalina is EndNote X9. Contact a Dana Librarian if you need help upgrading!
Have you searched for something in Google today? Odds are, the answer is yes. What can you do to boost your odds of success when searching Google for complex topics? Find the answers here!
On July 10th, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that they will require anyone receiving an award to register for a free ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers) id starting in FY 2020.
Starting Tuesday, September 3rd, Dana, in partnership with the Graduate Writing Center, will once again offer a drop-in Graduate Writing Clinic at the library: Tuesdays 3:00-5:00 pm.
As we begin to welcome our students back, the exhibit table and new book shelf at Dana Medical Library are brimming with many current popular reading titles!
Dana Medical Library now has a new e-book title on the core knowledge in orthopaedics along with updated titles on pediatric cardiology, histology, physiology and ocular pathology, among others. Check them out!
Set yourself up for success and schedule an individual Research Consultation and/or EndNote help session with a Dana Medical Library librarian.
How many of us wanted composting in the Howe Library? The exciting news is now Cyber Cafe has a composting bin. Way to go! #uvm #uvmlibraries