Pedestrian Bridge Repair Notice, August 10 &11 2019

Please note that the Eagle Row Pedestrian Bridge, crossing the railroad tracks and connecting the Biomedical Campus with main Clifton campus, will be closed for top coat installation August 10th and 11th, 2019. The map below shows the alternate walking route using Eagle Row, Clifton Road, and Michael Street. Destinations requiring an alternate walking path…

NIH to Require ORCID iDs in FY2020

The NIH, CDC, and AHRQ recently announced that beginning in FY2020,  ORCID iDs (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers) will be required for individuals supported by agency research training, fellowship, research education, and career development awards (https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-19-109.html).  An ORCID iD is a unique digital identifier for an individual that can be used to associate a person…

Lynda.com transitions to LinkedIn Learning

This summer Emory’s instance of Lynda.com transitioned to the LinkedIn Learning platform. In addition to the content available on Lynda.com, you will now have: Access to all LinkedIn Learning, including courses from popular certification programs Learning Paths – recommended courses for mastering certain skills Users will also have the option of connecting their LinkedIn Learning…

Welcome New Medical Residents and Fellows!

Welcome new medical residents and fellows! As you begin your studies at Emory, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library is here to help you along the way. We have branch libraries located at four EHC hospitals: EUH, EUH Midtown, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital, and Grady campus. Additionally, we have a team of clinical informationists available to…

“Elixirs & Extracts” exhibit showcases WHSC authors

In 2018, Woodruff Health Sciences Center faculty at Emory University published 24 manuscripts, with titles ranging from Seeking Symmetry: Finding Patterns in Human Health to Boo Boos & Butterflies “Elixirs & Extracts: A Celebration of Emory’s Health Sciences Writers” is a new exhibit at the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library, running throughout the upcoming Fall…

New Proxy Bookmarklet Gives Access to Full Text Faster and Off-Campus

Want to access Emory Licensed Library resources from any page and with less clicks? Try Emory’s new proxy bookmarklet.  Proxy link should work in any browser or mobile device and grants full text access in less clicks- on or off campus!  Just use the bookmarklet to reload any page through the Emory proxy server to…

New Journal Impact Factors released June 20th

The 2019 release of Journal Impact Factors are now available.  Access to the new Impact Factors are made available through Journal Citation Reports via the Web of Science platform.  These are the most recent Impact Factors reflecting journal citation data from 2018.  Journal Impact Factors are a proprietary measurement of journal quality based on the average number…

July 1 changes to the Library’s Website highlights Clinical Resources

On July 1st, the WHSC Library’s website will be modified so that heavily used clinical resources are easier to access.  These changes are being made after significant input and feedback from health sciences faculty, residents, and students. The Clinical Resources information will move to its own tab at the top of the site. Previously, Clinical…

Pedestrian Bridge Repair Notice, May 20- June 10 2019

Please note that the Eagle Row Pedestrian Bridge, crossing the railroad tracks and connecting the Biomedical Campus with main Clifton campus, will be closed for repairs beginning Monday, May 20 – June 10, 2019. The attached notice shows the alternate walking route using Eagle Row, Clifton Road, and Michael Street. Destinations requiring an alternate walking…

The “New York Times” digital edition now available!

Since May 1st, the Emory Libraries have made available continuous access to the digital, browsable version of The New York Times to Emory students, faculty, and staff.  Please visit the Emory University Libraries News blog for more information about how to access it online.