To celebrate National Medical Librarians month, the McGoogan Library invites you to have some fun and join your colleagues on an electronic Scavenger Hunt. There are six questions which will test your skills in finding information through the library’s website. Answer all the questions and be placed in a drawing for one of two $25.00 Amazon gift cards.
The hunt will be open through October 31 at midnight. We have included hints, so get to work, have some fun, and thank you for your participation!
Follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R938MXQ
The library’s catalog will be down on October 17, from 2 p.m until approximately 4 p.m. for an upgrade. However, the online journal and ebook search functions will still be available.
The 2015-16 McGoogan Library Annual Report is now available. It details the accomplishments by library departments, committees, and individuals throughout the year. Topics include:
- 3D printing
- Improvements to the physical library
- Digitization projects
- Digital Commons update
- New liaison program
- Embedded librarian program
- University of Nebraska Consortium of Libraries (UNCL) accomplishments
- Events such as pet therapy and author readings
- Cost sharing
- Professional activities
The McGoogan Docs (Order Articles/Books) system will be down on October 14 from 8 a.m. until approximately 10 a.m. for a scheduled update. During this time, you will be unable to order or retrieve items. If there is an urgent patient care request, please call 402-559-7085 with your request.
By Teri Hartman
Need help finding population health information resources, data, or funding opportunities? Interested in locating public health literature and guidelines? Give Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce a try. Known by its shorter name of PHPartners, you can search using keywords. Results include PHPartners Topics, Tutorials, News items, External Public Health Links, and Healthy People 2020 Structured Evidence Queries (SEQ). The Healthy People 2020 SEQ are structured PubMed searches you can use to locate literature supporting specific Healthy People 2020 objectives.
You are always welcome to ask the AskUS librarians for help (402-559-6221 or firstname.lastname@example.org ). We’re happy to search for population health resources and provide literature sources useful for your grant and manuscript needs.