Posts Tagged: getting started

Personalize a Library of Emory Full Text Journals and Articles using BrowZine

The BrowZine app makes it even easier to access Emory’s online journal subscriptions. To use the app: Go to the App Store or Google Play, search for BrowZine, and install it. (It’s free.) When you open BrowZine for the first time, you’ll see a list of schools – select Emory, then enter your Net ID…

WHSC Library’s New Workshops Calendar

The WHSC Library has a new look for workshops. You can filter our workshops for “onsite” or “online” training. The sorting feature at the top of our calendar page allows you to filter your results: In addition, the sessions are designated by color. The sessions with a green line indicate a class related to a…

Welcome to Emory

Whether you’re a new or returning student, we welcome you to Emory University.  Our full guide to WHSC Library resources, spaces, and service can be found on our Library Guide 2021-2022. Below are highlights of some of the ways we are here to assist you with your research projects and studies. We have:   Spaces for…

Welcome new medical residents and fellows! 

We’re glad you’re here and want to provide information about the library resources and services available to you. Resource tips: For ease of use, bookmark Emory’s instance of PubMed to quickly access full-text articles from our library subscriptions. (Look for “FindIt@Emory” button.) DynaMed is our point-of-care tool. To visually browse/search Emory’s journal titles, access BrowZine through our website or download the…

Welcome, Emory School of Medicine, Class of 2025!

This incoming class includes: 141 M1 students 101 women; 40 men: (71.6% female and 28.3% male) Age range: 21-29 (mean age 24 years old) 85% are “non-traditional” – (i.e. have spent at least 1 year out of college before enrolling in medical school.) 41 are self-described “underrepresented” minorities Residents of 30 states represented in this…

WHSC Library opens to full density, no entry appointments

Beginning July 1, Emory University shifts to a full density operating status. Appointments will no longer be required when visiting the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library for all current Emory faculty, staff, and students who have completed the registration process and received clearance in compliance with the Return to Campus Guidelines. Appointments will still be required to reserve…

New Chrome extension streamlines access to full-text

The University Libraries now offers a Chrome extension which streamlines access to full-text PDFs in journals licensed by the libraries. Currently, the extension works on PubMed and a number of direct publishers’ websites.     Go to the Chrome Store and search for and install the libkey nomad (as seen below) by clicking on “Add to Chrome.”  …

Need to Stay Current on the Literature? Try BrowZine!

BrowZine, available in a desktop version and as an app for iOS and Android devices, allows users to access Emory’s online journal subscriptions in a quick and efficient way. My Bookshelf Create your own “library” of online journals by using the My Bookshelf feature.  Up to 64 journals can be placed in My Bookshelf.    …

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…