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NLM’s DOCLINE Customer Service staff has noticed a growing number of ILL requests being posted to DOCLINE-L. According to DOCLINE-L guidelines, the list is intended for communication about DOCLINE and matters relating to its use. ILL requests should not be posted to DOCLINE-L. With over 1,400 subscribers, DOCLINE-L is a powerful communication tool for the… Read More »
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E-Science is a very timely subject for libraries. PSR, with the University of California Davis, hosted an E-Science Day in December, 2011. Here is another offering to consider attending: You are invited to join the faculty and staff of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library for the Priscilla M. Mayden Lecture on Wednesday, February… Read More »
Beginning with the 2012 issues, the NLM Technical Bulletin has been redesigned with a new look. Even though the content will be designed and organized differently, you will still find the same useful information about new and existing NLM products and services. Published articles are not copyrighted and are freely reproducible. The redesigned homepage is… Read More »
The National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library and a component of the National Institutes of Health, announces the release of an extensive selection from the papers of American surgeon Henry Swan (1913-1996), who pioneered the use of hypothermia for heart surgery, on the Library’s Profiles in Science website. With this addition, the… Read More »
Tox Town’s new Southwest Scene is now live in both English and Spanish. This scene was developed in conjunction with Diné College in New Mexico, and highlights locations associated with environmental health concerns impacting the Navajo and others living in the Southwest region of the United States. New Tox Town locations found in this scene… Read More »