The third floor is almost ready to use again. There will be an inspection of the fire sprinklers on Tuesday, January 21 and then a cleanup crew will be sent in. The Del Webb Library’s third floor should be open by the end of next week.
The library has purchased BrowZine, a new application for tablets (iOS & Android) that allows you to browse, read, and follow thousands of the library’s top scholarly journals in a format optimized for your iPad or Android tablet!
To learn more about BrowZine, watch a 2-minute video called “BrowZine On-Campus“.
BrowZine delivers top journals in Biomedical and Health Sciences, Dentistry and Nursing such as JAMA, Nature, Journal of Public Health Dentistry and the American Journal of Critical Care.
With BrowZine, you can:
To learn more and start using BrowZine today, visit http://thirdiron.com/download/ or search for BrowZine in your device’s app store.
Getting started is easy! Download BrowZine to your tablet for free. When initially launching BrowZine, select Loma Linda University (or Loma Linda Medical Center for MC users) from the drop down list. Enter your LLUAHSC credentials (same as library login) and start exploring BrowZine!
Third Iron welcomes you to follow their progress on Facebook or Twitter and reminds you to watch for notifications when updates are available. We hope you enjoy using BrowZine!
Over the Thanksgiving break the ceiling tiles on the third floor of the library will be removed. Then during the Christmas break a new ceiling grid, new LED lights, and new ceiling tiles will be installed. On Wednesday, November 27th, the entire third floor will be closed so that the work can start. The third floor computers and the print release station are being moved to the basement, Room 101, and will be available for use there. The group study rooms will not be available on Wednesday, the 27th, or on Sunday, December 1st. They will be back in use by December 2nd and will remain in use until Christmas break begins, December 13th. When Christmas break begins the entire third floor will again be closed until the project is complete, January of 2014. We thank you for your patience as we continue to upgrade the library space.
Congratulations to Ashlee from Allied Health who won the University Libraries’ Scavenger Hunt for the Back to School Bash.
Photos from the Bash can be found at our Facebook and Instagram sites
The Scavenger Hunt contest is now over. Thank you for all that participated. We will be announcing the winner tomorrow, Sept. 25.
Follow the mining helmet on the University Library’s social media websites. Each site will indicate the next step and may require you to post a comment. The final location will feature a quick survey to gather entries. This contest is for LLU students only; staff, faculty and other non-LLU students are not eligible. The winner will be determined by a random drawing from those participants that fully complete the scavenger hunt before 7:00pm, Tuesday, September 24.
Sunday — Closed
Monday — 6pm-11pm
Recognizing our nation’s workers and their contribution to the country.
What is ClinicalKey?
ClinicalKey includes the MDConsult database but with expanded content including hundreds of additional eBooks, eJournals, guidelines, videos, images, First Consult, Procedures Consult, and more into one platform with a single-search interface. The University Libraries has purchased an LLUH enterprise-wide site license to ClinicalKey.
Please begin to transition from MDConsult to ClinicalKey now (from on-site) at www.clinicalkey.com. You will be able to find links to ClinicalKey from all of the same places you now can find MDConsult (the Library’s home page, the VIP Intranet Clinical Desktop, etc.).
For more information you need to know about ClinicalKey, such as remote access options and creating a personal account, please see the ClinicalKey tab on the Clinicians Library User Guide.
Why are we switching to ClinicalKey?
Elsevier is phasing out MDConsult and replacing it with ClinicalKey. They will cease updating the MDConsult platform December 2013 and only update content through 2014. Elsevier offered the Library several ways to migrate to ClinicalKey. The University Library chose the most cost effective option which is to migrate now, July 2013. MDConsult will continue to be available for Loma Linda University Health entities through August 9, 2013, after which it will no longer be available.
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