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Monthly Archives: May 2010 - p2

DynaMed users’ added benefit

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library provides University Health Sciences students and faculty with free access to the clinical reference tool DynaMed. As described on its website, DynaMed is: a clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and other health care professionals for use primarily at the ‘point-of-care’. DynaMed is updated daily and […]

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PubMed and finding citations

Today’s NLM Technical Bulletin offers a tip for those trying to find a specific citation using PubMed searching. Built into its search engine is a “citation sensor” which can “recognize combinations of search terms that are characteristic of citation searching” and match them to citations. By entering the entire title of a citation you are […]

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Choose Privacy Week

The week of May 2-8, 2010, has been designated “National Privacy Week” by the American Library Association and a handful of important allies. In today’s world we expect to have information at our fingertips but we are often unaware of the trade-offs that entails. As the ALA’s Privacy Revolution site points out: [M]ost people don’t […]

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