Local changes to library computers and a new NIH MFA policy

As the university and medical center become more technologically independent, usage of library computers is also impacted. EBL staff will be happy to assist with your computing needs. VUMCids will no longer be allowed to log in to the library workstations. We have installed several autolog machines which do not require institutional credentials and provide… Keep reading

EBL acquires USP-NF Online

The Eskind Biomedical Library acquired the online version of the United States Pharmacopeia and National Formulary. Our subscription is limited to 20 user accounts. If interested, please contact the library for the subscription key. Once you have the key, you must register at uspnf.com The USP-NF Online allows for access to all published content since… Keep reading

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EBL reduced hours January 4 – 23

Greetings and Happy New Year to the Vanderbilt community. Recent developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused several changes in library services. The Annette and Irwin Eskind Family Biomedical Library and Learning Center is open with reduced hours and on-site services from January 4th through January 23rd. Please note: All library access restrictions and… Keep reading

EBL Winter Break 2021 Schedule

Beginning on Monday, December 20, The Annette and Irwin Eskind Family Biomedical Library and Learning Center will implement its reduced hours schedule through January 4, 2022. Monday, December 20 – Thursday, January 23:        7:30 am – 6:00 pm Friday, December 24 – Sunday, December 26:           CLOSED Monday, December 27 – Thursday, December 30:    8:00 am… Keep reading

Vanderbilt’s Cookbook Collection Spans Five Centuries

Celebrate the last week of National Cookbook Month by making an appointment with the History of Medicine Collections to view a cookbook from the 1650’s! Highlights of the collection are handwritten recipe books from the 18th and 19th centuries, and cookbooks by prominent southern and African American writers such as Marion Flexner and Edna Lewis…. Keep reading

Stressbuster/noun: a product, practice, system, etc. designed to alleviate stress

The Vanderbilt libraries are here to help you through exams. During exam week, stop by any library service desk for a stress-busting treat. Also, a reminder that tomorrow, Thursday, from 6 to 8 p.m. is the Pre-Exams Study Jam in Central Library, featuring research librarians, writing coaches and academic tutors, guided meditation, trivia, and more!… Keep reading

Cut Through COVID-19 Misinformation and Disinformation with Vanderbilt University’s Eskind Biomedical Library

Cut Through COVID-19 Misinformation and Disinformation with Vanderbilt University’s Eskind Biomedical Library Nathan Schutt, data analysis coordinator for the Nashville Promise Zone, interviewed Philip Walker, director of Vanderbilt University’s Eskind Biomedical Library, about how to sort through all the information on COVID-19. Walker has been a medical librarian for 16 years and has been the… Keep reading

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New JoVE titles added this summer

The Eskind Biomedical Library added three new titles to its Journal of Visualized Experiments collection. We now have a total of eight titles which are linked to various databases and found on the Journals page. JoVE Biochemistry (new) Biology Cancer Research (new) Genetics (new) Immunology & Infection Medicine Neuroscience

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