WHSC Library Summer Hours

The WHSC Library will begin summer hours on Monday May 9th.  Please see below for further details: May 7-8, 2022 WHSC Library will be closed for new carpet installation Beginning May 9, 2022: Regular Summer WHSC Library Hours Monday-Thursday: 8AM-10PM Friday: 8AM-6PM Saturday: 10AM-6PM Sunday: 11AM-10PM Monday, May 30, 2022: CLOSED in observance of Memorial…

WHSC Library Extended Exam Hours, Closed May 7-8.

The WHSC Library will offer extended hours on two Saturdays for the exam period on April 23rd and April 30th. April 23rd  9 am – 9 pm April 30th  9 am – 9 pm The library will then be closed for new carpet installation on Sat-Sun, May 7-8.  Summer hours will being on Monday, May…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, April 21 at 2pm: Significance testing is the reason that scientific results have poor reproducibility.

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Significance testing is the reason that scientific results have poor reproducibility. Date/Time: Thursday, April 21st at 2:00pm Register: https://emorylibraries.libcal.com/event/9080188 Presenter: Timothy Lash, DSc, MPH, Rollins Professor and Chair of Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health. In the last years, some in the scientific community have raised…

Emory Libraries launches “library voice” survey

Adapted from original post on Emory Libraries Blog, March 29 2022. Emory Libraries has launched a campus-wide engagement survey to learn how members of our community perceive and use the libraries’ services, programs, and spaces. Our last survey, distributed in 2017, provided valuable feedback from our most frequent users that helped us to shape our…

WHSC Library Reading Collection Highlights: Neuroscience

Now on display at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library are highlights from the neurology and neuroscience collections, in print and electronic format. From addiction, ethics, and athletics, to the shaping of our personalities and identities, explore the role of the brain from different perspectives in the fields of neurology and neuroscience. In print An…

National Library Week 2022

The National Library Week from April 3-9, 2022 is a celebration of libraries sponsored by the American Library Association to highlight all that libraries can do for their schools and communities.  Check out some fun facts and ways to connect with your Emory University Libraries: DID YOU KNOW? A growing body of evidence suggests that…

Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022: Providing Healing, Promoting Hope

The following is adapted from the original post created by Jennifer Elder, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies librarian for Libraries News, March 16 2022 The theme of Women’s History Month 2022 is “Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” This theme was chosen by the National Women’s History Alliance to acknowledge “the ceaseless work of caregivers and…

Nature Masterclasses at Emory: online training for researchers & scientists by the editors from Nature

The WHSC Library now offers an unlimited user subscription to Nature Masterclasses.  Nature Masterclasses is a suite of online professional development courses for researchers  and scientists created and presented by editors from the prestigious scientific journal, Nature. While Nature Masterclasses originally started with only the Scientific Writing and Publishing course it has now expanded to…

AccessDermatologyDxRx is now available at Emory University!

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library now provides access to AccessDermatologyDxRx from McGraw Hill, available to all Emory faculty, staff, and students. AccessDermatologyDxRx is an online medical resource that provides a complete spectrum of authoritative, trusted, and current information. Key features within AccessDermatologyDxRx include: Image Gallery: Thousands of images and artworks to facilitate diagnoses Study…