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The National Library of Medicine (NLM), is pleased to announce the release of LiverTox, a new resource for health care practitioners and researchers studying liver injury associated with prescription and nonprescription drugs, herbals, and dietary supplements – http://livertox.nih.gov/ LiverTox provides a searchable database of about 700 medications available in the United States. Drug-induced liver injury… Read More »
Three new “Quick Tours” (short video tutorials) have been added to the National Library of Medicine’s LinkOut for Libraries Training and Educational Resources web page: Uploading Icons demonstrates the different ways to upload an icon image into the Library Submission Utility. Contact Info shows how to add, edit and delete contact information in the… Read More »
iPad as a Carputer by ivyfield on Flickr Edit: Recording now available at https://webmeeting.nih.gov/p20269142/ When you want to know how well your car is operating, you look at its dashboard. Similarly, you can develop data dashboards to monitor program progress and provide “at-a-glance” updates to your stakeholders. Come join us on Wednesday, October 17, 2012… Read More »
MOOC! by AJC1 on Flickr Have you heard the term MOOC (pronounced ‘mook’) and been uncertain if people were discussing a type of distance education or the sound a preoccupied cow makes? A massive open online course (what the MOOC acronym means) is a free asynchronous online class, such as our Pacific Northwest Region Moodle… Read More »