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Tag: mobile

Journals on our tablet or phone with BrowZine

Summer is time to catch up on your reading, no matter where you are. BrowZine is an app, licensed by the library, the allows you to read library subscribed journals on your tablet or smartphone. Simply download the free app, set your institution to University of Nebraska Medical Center, and log in with your UNMC […]

May 18, 2015

Resource spotlight: VisualDX

By Teri Hartman VisualDX is a clinical decision support tool that merges medical images with disease information that can be searched by symptoms, visual clues, diagnosis, or medication. This resource includes over 1300 diagnoses, and over 3000 images, with information updated quarterly. Access VisualDX through the McGoogan website or Nebraska Medicine library portal, through the […]

March 9, 2015

JoVE mobile app now available

***The library no longer subscribes to JoVE*** JoVE, a video-based journal, can now be accessed by the UNMC community on Apple and Android mobile devices. Additionally, a mobile accessible website is available. To access JoVE content in the app: Create a personal JoVE account on the JoVE website. A UNMC email address is required for […]

February 17, 2015

Resource spotlight: Ebooks

The McGoogan Library owns or provides access to a growing collection of ebooks in the health sciences. In most cases, the library will not purchase the print version of books for which we have electronic access.  We offer many ways of using and viewing our ebooks.  If you know the title, ISBN, publisher, or vendor […]

February 2, 2015

First Consult now available only via Clinical Key

The library had previously been able to offer First Consult through two platforms. Now with the original platform discontinuing, First Consult will now only be available via Clinical Key. Please note that the Clinical Key version of First Consult does not include the original differential diagnosis tool. As an alternative, try the DDx tool in […]

December 30, 2014