Exciting News from the Library's Health Sciences blog!
The Libraries have subscribed to Elsevier’s ClinicalKey online service, which replaces the electronic content that was formerly offered through MDConsult. It offers a more robust (yet simple) searching interface and access to thousands more books and journals, as well as other sources, as noted in the following list.
During Winter Break, Drexel University Libraries locations will be closed on the following days:
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It’s that time again! To help you get through Finals Week, W. W. Hagerty Library will be open 24/7 for current members of the Drexel community.
W. W. Hagerty Library is open 24/7, starting on Thursday, December 6 at 7:30 AM until Friday, December 14 at 10:00 PM.
During this period only CURRENT Drexel students, faculty & staff can enter the building. DragonCards are required for entry.
We are starting to explore ways to make our website more efficient and helpful for everyone who uses it...including you! So, we need your help. Please take a moment to complete a short survey about our website. The survey will be available until December 17th.
It's almost impossible to complete a research assignment without using the Libraries' website.
The Libraries is excited to announce a new service – Laptop Access 24/7. This new service will provide laptop computers to students any time of day or night through a lending kiosk located in the Bookmark Café.
Celebrate the launch of this new service at our opening event and if you’re one of the first students to check out a laptop, you’ll receive a prize!
Laptop Lending Launch Event
Tuesday, December 4th
W. W. Hagerty Library’s Bookmark Café
Want to learn more? Check out our FAQ listed below.
We're in our third year of the Personal Librarian Program!
Each freshman is assigned a library staff member who serves as the student's primary contact for the library during the first year.
Welcome new students!
Drexel University Libraries Expands Access to Harvard Business Review Articles to Include Course Use
Drexel faculty may now assign Harvard Business Review [HBR] articles in courses, including placing articles on reserve, posting them to course management shells, and adding them in course packs, as the result of a new licensing agreement acquired by the Libraries.
The Libraries’ special license will extend course use to HBR articles on behalf of Drexel faculty university-wide. Previously, the Libraries provided researchers access to the HBR, but the publisher restricted use of articles for courses.