University of Nebraska Medical Center

Tag: online resources

New authentication system

The McGoogan Health Sciences Library is transitioning to a new authentication system, OpenAthens, in an effort to improve security against unauthorized use of licensed resources (journals, ebooks and databases). The anticipated completion date for the transition to OpenAthens is Sept. 30. After that date, users will be prompted to log into library resources through OpenAthens […]

Oct 1, 2020

Temporary access to LWW Health Library resources

Until May 31, 2020, UNMC has access to some collections from the LWW Health Library collection. These collections include textbooks, cases, self-assessments and procedure videos. The collections available are: Medical Education Clerkship/Clinical Rotations PA Core Education PA Rotations/Specialties Advanced Practice Nursing Board Review Series Internal Medicine

Apr 2, 2020

A “how to” guide for linking articles and other library resources in Canvas

The library’s online collection consists of thousands of online journals, books, and clinical resources. While on-campus access is seamless, direct off-campus access to articles, book chapters, etc. requires an extra step for authentication. We’ve made it easy for you to create a link to these materials. Our Linking to Library Resources guide contains a widget […]

Mar 26, 2020

VisualDx license ending

Access to VisualDx will end on March 31, 2020. The Department of Family Medicine provided the majority of funding for the subscription, and they have decided to end their support for the resource. Due to increasing costs and the availability of similar resources, the subscription has been canceled. You can find other resources for visual […]

Mar 2, 2020

Access to Procedures Consult ends March 31

Effective March 31, Procedures Consult will no longer be available. The vendor has discontinued this product as a standalone subscription. Similar content can be found in AccessMedicine, AccessEmergency Medicine, AccessSurgery, AccessPhysiotherapy, and The New England Journal of Medicine.

Jan 15, 2020