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Know Your Ebooks 2017-2018

Posted by on August 15th, 2017 0 comments

  This post updates you on the electronic books in the PHDL collection.  It’s a companion to the Know Your Journals 2017-2018 post. The PHDL provides brief descriptions for these titles. The descriptions allow for two things: Descriptions let users evaluate the usefulness of the resource to see if it applies to their research purposes… Read More »

Posted in: Education and Outreach, PHDL Resources



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On-Site Instruction in Our Nation’s Capital

Posted by on July 24th, 2017 0 comments

  Last week I had the pleasure of co-instructing at the District of Columbia, Department of Health (DC DOH) with Gisela Butera from George Washington University’s Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library.  As the partner library for the department, Himmelfarb provides document delivery as well as instruction to DC DOH.  The training session covered topics including: how to search PubMed for PHDL… Read More »

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Know Your Journals: 2017-18 Journal Collection

Posted by on July 14th, 2017 0 comments

  Here is a run-down of the electronic journals available through the Public Health Digital Library.  If you’ve seen notes on some of the journals while scrolling through the PHDL, here’s some explanation. Our total number of active journals is 248, these are the journals for which users have ongoing access. We have discontinued access… Read More »

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