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Please join NNLM for the upcoming, 4-part series in April 2022 called How PubMed Works. How PubMed works (HPW) is divided into 4 unique sessions. You can sign up for one, some or all. The dates and links for each session are below. All sessions are held in WebEx. April 6, 2022 Introduction April 8,… Read More »
Due to upcoming system upgrades on nnlm.gov, your current transcript of NNLM classes will not be available after Friday, April 30th, 2021. Your NNLM Class Transcript lists all NNLM classes you have registered for since December 2016. If you want to keep a copy of the classes you’ve taken over the past 5 years, follow… Read More »
Have you received your membership certificate yet? If not, expect it before the end of the month. University of Iowa Hardin Library staff and students have been carefully tagging envelopes and inserting the corresponding certificates so that you will receive your new NNLM membership certificate, proudly proclaiming that your institution is a member of the… Read More »
It seems as if it was just yesterday when the GMR office sent out notices to check your membership profile on the NNLM Membership Directory, found on the previous iteration of the NNLM website. You know, the directory that was pulled from DOCLINE? If you were a “Full” member, you could go into DOCLINE® and… Read More »
NIHSeniorHealth.gov might look like a simple website to the more internet-savvy of us, but it’s the simplicity of this resource that helps older individuals navigate the site to find the quality health information in the unfamiliar digital age. The homepage features categories frequently accessed by seniors, including bones and joints, memory and mental health, and… Read More »