Monthly Archives: June 2010
Library Public Services in HSEB 2080 will be closed July 4th and 5th. Independence Day 2010 Holiday Weekend Hours Friday, July 2: 7 am – 6 pm. Saturday, July 3: 9 am – 6 pm. Sunday, July 4: Closed Monday, July 5: Closed Other campus libraries: Marriott Library Hours Quinney Law Library Hours
The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) offers resources and support materials to “help understand and implement Web accessibility” worldwide. Their new article, “How to Make Presentations Accessible to All” is essential reading.
As a member of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM), Mid-Continental Region (MCR), the Eccles Health Sciences Library wants to announce the upcoming “Wyoming Symposium for Health Information Professionals” July 14-16, 2010. Health care providers, information professionals and members of the general public who are interested in health information literacy are encouraged to […]
Another title in the ten new e-books purchased for our library is Cardiac Nursing by Susan L. Woods, with contributions by Erika S. Sivarajan and Sandra Adams Motzer. From the publisher’s summary: A classic in the field of cardiac nursing, this well-recognized text and clinical reference has earned the reputation as “The Red Reference Book” […]
Do you want to know how many times your article has been cited? Who is citing your work? Do you need to perform a topic search that includes a large number of journal titles (more titles than PubMed anyway)? Have you wondered about the relative prestige of scholarly sources? If so, Scopus is the database […]
We have recently purchased ten new eBook titles to add to the collection. The first is Alzheimer Disease and Other Dementias: A Practical Guide by Marc E. Agronin. This book is a concise resource on dementia subtypes, assessment, and treatment, as well as the psychiatric conditions often associated with it. As described on Amazon, it […]
The National Library of Medicine has posted more than four hours of video presentations from MLA 2010 on its website — all for free! The MCR News blog offers a short list of the latest additions, and you can find the entire list on the NLM website under “Distance Education Program Resources.” Check it out!