NIH COVID-19 Research Portfolio Tool

On Wednesday April 15th, the NIH Office of Portfolio Analysis released a tool for identifying COVID-19 related research in PubMed as well as 4 pre-print (ahead of peer-review) servers: arXiv, medRxiv, bioRxiv, and ChemRxiv. New articles are identified and added daily. Over 6,000 publications have become available in the last 4 months since January 2020!…

Accessing Library Resources and Full Text

As more and more people are accessing library resources and subscriptions remotely, below are a few tips for making sure you can always get to the Emory licensed content.  If you suddenly start receiving error messages saying “Access Denied, this NetID does not have access to this resource” please be sure to clear your browser…

SPSS now available to remote download

In an effort to meet the research needs of Emory students, faculty, and staff, SPSS is now available for download on personal computers through Emory’s Software Express website: https://software.emory.edu/swe/  Both SPSS 25 and 26 for Win and Mac can be downloaded from the Software Express website. Click on the Software Express link and then sign-in with an University Net ID…

Catch Up on Your Writing: eBooks and Resources on Scientific Writing

The Emory Libraries are prepared to support you, wherever you are in the world. Our digital collection of titles on writing and publishing cover topics from medical writing, literature reviews, writing grant proposals, writing your dissertation, or finally putting that article together for publication.  Just sign in with your University NetID and password to access…

Journal of Visualized Experiments Science Education Library added to Emory Digital Collections

The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) Science Education Library offers a video library of demonstrations, laboratory techniques, and scientific methods in 8 fundamental areas: Basic & Advanced Biology, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Clinical Skills, Environmental Sciences, and Psychology.   The Science Education Library includes JoVE Core, which offers free textbook-based support with video tutorials in the areas…

CANCELED: Wed, March 25th – “Women and Healthcare: Lessons from the Italian Renaissance”

Due to Emory’s current policies and recommendations around social distancing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the following event has been canceled.  Emory University’s History Department is celebrating the publication of Prof. Sharon Strocchia’s recent book, Forgotten Healers: Women and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance Italy, on Wednesday, March 25, 4:30 pm-6:30 pm,…

Wed, Feb. 26 – “Having a Ball: A healthy dose of music, laughter, and patient inspiration”

Arts at Emory and the Center for the Study of Human Health is presenting an evening of music, humor and fun. Anne McSweeney (Social Worker/Educator) and Tom Willner (Playwright/Cancer Survivor) join forces to invigorate and re-energize healthcare professionals who work so hard for their patients. Using a fun, “back and forth” banter-style – this presentation…

Tell us what you really think about online learning!

Emory Libraries is seeking input about online learning tools that would help students understand concepts related to the use of library resources and services. Students, we want to hear about your online learning experiences and what types of online learning tools (e.g. tutorials, videos, infographics, etc.) would be most helpful. Faculty, we would like to…

New Collection Display: Compassionate Perspectives, Personal Narratives of Science and Health Care

In Spring Semester 2020 the WHSC Library is highlighting print and e-book titles on compassionate medicine in a temporary collection called Compassionate Perspectives: Personal Narratives of Science and Health Care.  All print books are available for checkout and can be found in the temporary collection display area behind the Information Desk upon entering the library. …