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.
Rather than requiring all incoming freshman to read one specific book for the Fall, UVM has implemented a new first-year reading program that assigns a variety of books based on each student’s Learning Community assignment.
Enjoy the privileges of summertime when you can take reserve titles out into the sunshine! These books are available to be checked out during the day and overnight!
Dana now has new e-book titles on comprehensive care for transgender patients, behavioral health, and facial trauma surgery, among others, as well as many e-book updates. Check them out!
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.
Get your UVM Alumni Card from the CatCard office to continue to borrow material from the University Libraries.
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Lulu instructs three interns for a infographic project using Illustrator at Howe Library Multimedia Lab. #uvm #uvmlibraries