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  • This year, National Library week is April 12-18, 2015 and National Library Assistants Day is April 14, 2015. This is a time to celebrate your local library personnel. Library staff […]

    Happy National Library Week!

    This year, National Library week is April 12-18, 2015 and National Library Assistants Day is April 14, 2015. This is a time to celebrate your local library personnel. Library staff […]

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  • Embase, an important biomedical database, is now available for all University of Iowa users. Sometimes called the “European MEDLINE,” Embase is another resource for supporting evidence-based medicine, the creation of […]

    Embase Now Available

    Embase, an important biomedical database, is now available for all University of Iowa users. Sometimes called the “European MEDLINE,” Embase is another resource for supporting evidence-based medicine, the creation of […]

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  • PubMed is the National Library of Medicine’s index to medical literature and includes over 22 million bibliographic citations in life sciences. This one-hour session will show you how to improve […]

    Free Open Workshops: PubMed

    PubMed is the National Library of Medicine’s index to medical literature and includes over 22 million bibliographic citations in life sciences. This one-hour session will show you how to improve […]

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  • Daylight savings time begins this Sunday at 2:00 am.  Set your clocks ahead one hour before bed on Saturday.  The National Institute of Standards and Technology has more information about […]

    Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday at 2 a.m. Spring forward!

    Daylight savings time begins this Sunday at 2:00 am.  Set your clocks ahead one hour before bed on Saturday.  The National Institute of Standards and Technology has more information about […]

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  • Do you have NIH-funded grants?  If so, this session, taught by Oliva Smith of the UI Office of Research, will show you how to use the NCBI My Bibliography module […]

    NIH Public Access Compliance: Working with NCBI My Bibliography and Progress Reports

    Do you have NIH-funded grants?  If so, this session, taught by Oliva Smith of the UI Office of Research, will show you how to use the NCBI My Bibliography module […]

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  • BERNHARD SIEGFRIED ALBINUS (1697-1770). Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. Leiden:  1747 This work is perhaps the most monumental and finest anatomical atlas ever published. The plates, although probably derived […]

    Notes from the John Martin Rare Book Room, 2014

    BERNHARD SIEGFRIED ALBINUS (1697-1770). Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. Leiden:  1747 This work is perhaps the most monumental and finest anatomical atlas ever published. The plates, although probably derived […]

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  • Russell W. Currier, past president of the American Veterinary Medical History Society will speak on: “2,000 Year History of Scabies:  From Humoral Beliefs to Contagion to Modern Understanding” Thursday, October […]

    2,000 Year History of Scabies

    Russell W. Currier, past president of the American Veterinary Medical History Society will speak on: “2,000 Year History of Scabies:  From Humoral Beliefs to Contagion to Modern Understanding” Thursday, October […]

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  • October is National Medical Librarians Month and Hardin Library is celebrating with a display in honor of our librarians. You can learn more about us, which departments we serve and […]

    October is National Medical Librarians Month

    October is National Medical Librarians Month and Hardin Library is celebrating with a display in honor of our librarians. You can learn more about us, which departments we serve and […]

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  • October is American Pharmacists Month!  The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) reminds the public, policymakers, and other health care professionals to  “Know Your PHARMACIST, Know Your MEDICINE.”  If you are on […]

    American Pharmacists Month

    October is American Pharmacists Month!  The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) reminds the public, policymakers, and other health care professionals to  “Know Your PHARMACIST, Know Your MEDICINE.”  If you are on […]

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  • Problems related to last night’s hardware upgrade for RefWorks have been addressed and testing has shown IP authentication and other functionality returned to normal. All users will need to clear […]

    RefWorks Issues Resolved

    Problems related to last night’s hardware upgrade for RefWorks have been addressed and testing has shown IP authentication and other functionality returned to normal. All users will need to clear […]

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