Following the latest biomedical literature can be a challenge, but NCBI’s new PubMed Journals will help you keep up-to-date. PubMed Journals lets you: Easily find and follow journals of interest Browse new articles in your favorite journals Keep up-to-date with a Journal News Feed containing new arrivals, news links, trending articles, and important article updates (retractions and… Keep Reading
A representative from Access Medicine will be at the Eskind Biomedical Library on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. Boxed lunches will be provided. The Lunch & Learn session will be held in the library’s training room. Please send your RSVP and other questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library is creating a popular magazine collection using Flipster. We would like your help choosing magazines for this online collection. Please vote for five titles that you would like in digital form. The survey closes December 19 at 11:00pm. Thank you!
New from NCBI – Find, Browse, and Follow Biomedical Literature with PubMed Journals, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/journals/. This new feature from the National Center for Biotechnology Information allows users to find, follow, and browse your favorite journals. There are also journal news feeds to keep users up-to-date. Following a journal requires an NCBI account. Please note – this… Keep Reading
A new tutorial on searching PubMed from a Social Sciences perspective is now available. This tutorial is useful for any interdisciplinary researchers who are looking at the field of health and medicine through their disciplinary lens, but may not be familiar with searching PubMed. See the tutorial now. The tutorial is available on the library’s… Keep Reading
View live broadcasts of Berlin Philharmonic concerts plus hundreds of archived concerts, music films, and interviews with great musicians. Click here to access.
Explore a collection of alternative press journals, magazines, and newspapers covering feminists, dissident GIs, campus radicals, Native Americans, anti-war activists, Black Power advocates, Latinos, gays, lesbians, etc. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
View a collection of documents detailing the activities of the Freedom Riders, an interracial group who rode buses in May 1961 from Washington, DC, bound for New Orleans to protest segregation in the southern United States. Learn more. (Off-campus access requires logging in.)
When on campus, alumni may access most of the library’s electronic resources available through Vanderbilt libraries. We are also able to offer remote, off-campus, access to a select group of specially licensed alumni databases . To gain remote access, alumni will need a VUNet ID. If you do not already have a VUNet ID, request… Keep Reading
A LexisNexis API (application program interface) is now available to the Vanderbilt research community. The tool is a backdoor portal to the current and historical information in the LexisNexis Academic database and allows for mass downloads of documents in XML format. Learn More.