Thursday, February 19, 2015

New mobile apps for JoVE


Hot off the presses: New JoVE mobile apps available FREE for Tulane users!

JoVE has just released two brand new mobile apps and a newly optimized version of the JoVE website that delivers seamless access to content from any mobile device. Researchers at your institution can now view JoVE videos on their iPhone, Android, tablet or other mobile device.

With JoVE Mobile, scientists and students alike can now enjoy the rich multimedia experience delivered by JoVE scientific video articles from the mobile device of their choice, anytime and anywhere. As loyal JoVE clients, all members of your institution can download the apps free of charge. To download JoVE Mobile, search for 'JoVE' in the Apple app store or on Google Play

Thursday, February 12, 2015

DynaMed Mobile App *** BIG CHANGES!!!!! ***

Effective today, users no longer need a serial number for the DynaMed app.

Instead, users can manage the app themselves from the Dynamed homepage.

Big changes include:
  1. Users will NO LONGER need to download the Skyscape/Omnio container apps. The new app will be “Stand-alone”. 
  2. Subscriptions will now be for 6 months instead of 1 year. 
  3. Users will need to reactivate every 6 months from a TU computer. 
  4. Current users who have a current key will still have 1 year from their most recent activation to move to the new app. 

Detailed directions, after the cut

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Med-Peds Grand Rounds Now Available: Transition of Care

Resources from Med/Peds Joint Ground Rounds for February 4th:  "Transition: Treating Childhood Onset Disease in the Adult Population" are now available:
http://libguides.tulane.edu/c.php?g=182693&p=1410758

Each week librarians at the Matas library attend grand rounds for selected departments in the School of Medicine. Articles and associated resources from the presentation are recorded and presented for your perusal.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

LiverTox: new resource on drug-induced liver injury

New from the NIDDK* & the National Library of Medicine, LiverTox is a free resource that provides a central repository of clinical information in support of clinical and basic research on the prevention and control of drug-induced liver injury.


http://livertox.nih.gov/

The site also provides guidance to clinicians and healthcare providers on the diagnosis and management of this important cause of liver disease. LiverTox contains approximately 850 drug and herbal records, with more records to come.

Access at
http://livertox.nih.gov/

*National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Matas Library hours for MLK, Jr. Day weekend

The Matas Library will be open during the following hours for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend:

Friday, January 16th: 8am-5pm
Saturday, January 17th: Closed
Sunday, January 18th: Closed
Monday, January 19th: Closed

Regular hours will resume Tuesday, January 20th. The 24/7 area will be available as usual during this time.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Health literacy training January 16

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to help patients access authoritative online health  information using iPads at the Ruth Fertel/Tulane Community Health Center

For more information: http://libguides.tulane.edu/patient_education/HealthLiteracyTraining

NEXT TRAINING
Friday January 16, 2015 1:00—2:30 pm
Rudolph Matas Library
Mezzanine classroom (M207)

RSVP to Elaine Hicks, MSLIS, MPH, MCHES
Public Health Librarian
ehicks2@tulane.edu | 988.2785 |

This project has been funded in part with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, under Contract No. HHSN-276-2011-00007-C with the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center Library