Oh the weather outside is . . . well, actually it's pretty good for mid-December! But snow or no snow, the Fall term is over and the holidays are rapidly approaching. The libraries will again be closed during the week between Christmas and New Year, and will have reduced hours the week of December 19th.
Hahnemann Library Hours:
- Monday Dec. 19 through Friday Dec. 23: 7:45 am - 5:00 pm
Queen Lane Library Hours:
- Monday, Dec. 19: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Tuesday, Dec. 20: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Wednesday, Dec. 21 - Friday, Dec.
We're taking advantage of the end of classes and exams to do so systems upgrades. Our library system that handles circulation (including renewing books online) will be offline for a few hours the afternoon of Monday, Dec. 19th, and the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 21. If you need assistance with any related matters during those times, please call the library circulation desks:
- Hahnemann 215-762-7631
- Queen Lane 215-991-8740
Thank you for your patience and Happy Holidays to all!
The library's AccessMedicine subscription now includes clinical cases selected from the well-known LANGE Case File series, edited by Eugene C.
Keep breathing, you're almost there!
For prime study space this week and during finals, reserve a group study room in the Hahnemann Library.
The Hahnemann and Queen Lane Libraries will close at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, November 23rd and will remain closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving holidays. On Saturday and Sunday (11/26 and //27) Hahnemann Library will be open Noon - 6 pm; Queen Lane Library will be open Noon - 5 pm. 24-hour study areas at both libraries will remain open through the holiday and the weekend.
Haz-Map is offered by the Specialized Information Services branch of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), as part of its Environmental Health and Toxicology services. It can be used for questions like:
• What adverse effects may occur in workers using disinfectants?
• What job tasks are connected to heavy metal poisoning?
• Which work-related diseases tend to occur in plumbers?
For answers, try the option lists under Browse Haz-Map on the S
Sound the trumpets! Call out the marching band!
(Wait a minute, it's a library --- SSSSHHHHHHHHH!)
Beginning on Monday, October 10th, we'll go back to our normal academic year hours, remaining open Monday-Thursday until 11 pm, and Saturday and Sunday open 10 am to 10 pm.
The Library will be open on Monday, October 10th (Columbus Day), although with reduced staffing.
Not just what you paid when you bought it, but including your class notes, the draft of your thesis, the data for your research project?
We're sorry to report that there have been two laptop thefts from Hahnemann Library in recent weeks. PLEASE do not leave your laptop or other valuables (phone, iPod, wallet, etc.) unattended, even for "just a minute" -- it only takes a second for a thief to stuff your laptop in a bag and walk away.
Scanning documents, or pages of books just got easier! Hahnemann Library is testing out a new touch-screen controlled scanner. In just a few easy steps, you can create files in pdf, jpeg, word and other formats and send them to a flashdrive, your email, or a Google Docs account.
AARS GoldMiner® is a free, Internet-based search engine for quickly locating high quality radiology images from peer-reviewed journals.
To find an image from AARS GoldMiner’s®collection of nearly 250,000 images,
- Search a disease name, imaging finding, or anatomic feature.
- Use the advanced search feature to filter the results by imaging modality (CT, MRI, X-ray, etc.), patient age, and patient sex.
Results will include thumbnail images with a partial caption for each image retrieved.