You guessed it! The Eighth issue of the Check-It-Out is now available. Take a look and provide suggestions for future issues.
|From the University Librarian||Read about our cool new tools, staff changes, and lastly learn about Marsha Ham, the inaugural director of the Teaching and Learning Center!|
|Missouri Branch Updates||Jean Sidwell, Missouri Branch Director and KCOM Liaison Librarian, discusses the latest happenings!|
The Arizona Campus joins the 3D printing movement and we welcome Marsha Ham, based on the Arizona Campus, who started August 1, 2015, as the Inaugural Director of the Teaching and Learning Center.
Clinical App, you say? Yes, indeed, use the app divided by specialties (Medical, Dental, etc.) to access information quickly and to provide evidence-based answers when working with patients.
|Browzine on the Web||
Our journal reading app now has a Web interface. A pleasing design, constantly updated ToC and subject rooms make our Scholarly Reading Room a must see.
In an effort to make resources more easily accessible, the previously separate Arizona and Missouri catalogs were combined. Hal Bright and Mary Sims, who led the project, discuss what this means for University.
|The Chronicle of Higher Education||Did you know we have an institutional license to the Chronicle of Higher Education? You didn't? Well - you do now and learn all about it here.|
|Who's Who in the Library||
We say goodbye to long time staff members, Catherine Ryczek and David Owens, and we welcome our new colleague, Adrienne Brodie, who is the Library Assistant on the Arizona Campus.
Margaret Hoogland from the Missouri Branch was awarded $1500 from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine for, “Connecting Kids and Health Information via Community Partnerships.”
|This article was originally published as part of the Midwestern University's Library Newsletter and it discusses the disconnect, which frequently occurs, between the library and rotating students. Thank you to Natalie Reed for letting us share this story with the ATSU community.|
|New Databases||Want to learn more about our new databases? This is your chance!|
|New Resources Books, Journals, etc.||Are you curious about the current and new resources the Library provides? This is the place to check quarterly and be the first to know what is happening.|
|Medical and Health: Research and News||Do you want to see the most frequently emailed articles from the New England Journal of Medicine? The latest Cochrane reviews? The most recently update UptoDate topics. This page is constantly being updated via RSS feeds to check it out now and when ever you want to see what is new from many of the Library's resources.|
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