Recent MLN Posts
- Anatomical Theatre Web Exhibit March 10, 2017
- Meet the Author of “Flatlining: How Healthcare Could Kill the U.S. Economy” March 8, 2017
- Projection Now Available in Detmer Room March 7, 2017
- Cancer: The Road Ahead February 14, 2017
- #ColorOurCollections February 8, 2017
- New Exhibit: Frankenstein and the Secrets of Nature February 3, 2017
- Remembering Dr. M.C. Wilhelm January 31, 2017
- HIT Fair Fun Next Week January 26, 2017
- Medical Journal Podcasts January 25, 2017
- Alzheimer’s Disease Film Available Now January 18, 2017
- How to Reduce the Cost of College TextbooksOf the many proposals to lower the cost of college textbooks, the model called "inclusive access" may have the best chance, as it creates incentives for publishers and students alike. The post How to Reduce the Cost of College Textbooks appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Micro to Macro: Sometimes Scaling Up Helps Provide ClarityHow does a microprocessor work? To understand it, the Centre for Computing History decided to think big. The post Micro to Macro: Sometimes Scaling Up Helps Provide Clarity appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Ebooks, Innovation, and the Rebel WithinIn every publishing organization you need a rebel. Robert Harington talks with Peter Krautzberger, project lead for MathJax and rebel, about his views on Web publishing, ebooks and mathematics. The post Ebooks, Innovation, and the Rebel Within appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- How to Reduce the Cost of College Textbooks
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The FDA is proposing to update the Nutrition Facts label found on most food packages in the United States. The Nutrition Facts label, introduced 20 years ago, helps consumers make informed food choices and maintain healthy dietary practices. If adopted, … Continue reading
Listed below are recent additions to the Library’s growing collection of electronic books. Click on the linked title to browse a table of contents or read the full-text. Additional online books and journals can be found in VIRGO, the University’s online catalog. … Continue reading
Time is a valuable commodity to all of us. Therefore, we are adopting a new consultation-based service model for in-depth reference assistance and training. This model will ensure that you will always get the best-qualified person to assist you with … Continue reading
Separated from your iPhone 5 charger? We can help. An iPhone 5 charger is now available for checkout at the Service Desk. You asked for it, and we got it.
On August 1, access to the Joanna Briggs Institute Evidence Based Practice (JBI EBP) database became available. The Australia-based Joanna Briggs Institute is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading providers of evidence–based information and tools to help healthcare … Continue reading
These electronic books were recently added to our collection. Click on the linked title to browse a table of contents or read the full-text. A Guide to Neonatal and Pediatric ECGs Autism and the Brain Cancer Grading Manual Caregiving for … Continue reading
The nine specialty Archives Journals in The JAMA Network will change their names effective January 1, 2013, part of the ongoing evolution to more closely interconnect the scientific journals published by the American Medical Association. The journals will be renamed … Continue reading
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is a leading publisher in the field of pediatrics. With titles covering all areas of health care for children, AAP publications are among the most respected and frequently referenced in the world. Throughout the … Continue reading
Adrienne Granitz retires today after six years of service as the manager of the Library’s Service Desk. Adrienne’s library career included librarian at 4 elementary schools in Western Pennsylvania, at Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC), and the Roger Milliken Textile … Continue reading