We will be updating authentication to the ILLiad Interlibrary Loan request system to CAS authentication on January 12th and 13th. As a benefit, any reader who wishes to make a ILL request will be able to log into the system using their netid and password. To facilitate the change, readers will not be able to make any borrowing requests from ILLiad on Thursday, January 12th and Friday, January 13th. While it may not take both days to perform
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We are pleased to announce the opening of the new Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI), a collaboration between the University Library and Information Technology Services (ITS). The Center is located on the concourse level of the Kline Biology Tower, 219 Prospect Street.
The Cushing Center is an exciting place. One day in November, 3 groups were using the center simultaneously: a class of middle school students, visiting Medical School applicants, and a group in the conference room. The photograph shows one of the many school groups we have toured this fall, this group is from Foote School. Whether the group is here to further their studies on Phineas Gage or to learn about the functions of the left and right hemispheres and how they are used in writing, it is an exciting field trip for the class.
The Medical Library has purchased a new subscription to Medical*Online-E.
Articles from over 400 medical journals published in Japan are now available for PDF download.
Medical*Online-E provides access to and retrieval of medical journal articles, technical papers, academic association publications, and abstracts with the option of accessing the full article
Try Oxford Medicine Online for access to handbooks, medical textbooks, and medical specialty libraries from Oxford University Press including such titles as the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, Oxford Psychiatry Library, and the Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Surgery.
In addition to the full-text of the print counterpart, each resource contains all images and figures presented in full color and downloadable into PowerPoint, and links to references and further reading.
Science Classic provides access to the digitized full text archives of Science from its first issue in 1880 through 1996.
Key articles in the history of science from the late 19th through the early 21st centuries are now at your fingertips. The full-text articles available in the Science Classic archive are available in high resolution PDF format. References are available in HTML and dynamically linked to the full text when available.