Our LinkOut icons in PubMed have a new look. See our PubMed example. When viewing the “abstract” display from the library’s link to PubMed, you will see our new icons for either online fulltext, “Eccles Online” or the physical print volume, “Eccles Print” which is available in the physical journal collection, located lower level of …Read More »
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Changes to PubMed interface to be aware of.
News of upcoming webinar to help librarians refresh and extend health literature searching skills to better support patrons. It is free and open to all interested librarians and library staff.
The blog iMedicalApps took on the challenge of evaluating the various mobile applications for searching PubMed in detail, which took a whopping seven pages for the final report. The blog’s editors conclude: Of the reviewed apps, only two are worth considering, namely Pubmed Clip and Pubmed on Tap. Of these, Pubmed on Tap is the …Read More »
The National Library of Medicine has updated its web page that explains “the various research funding support tags that are searchable in PubMed.”
Did you know that you can access PubMed resources from your mobile device? Learn how at the monthly “Spotlight! On National Library of Medicine Resources” online workshop on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010, at 8:30 am MDT, 9:30 am CDT. This workshop is free but registration is requested. And in July, learn about using Mobile MedlinePlus …Read More »