The NIH Library is here to help you—online—with your teleworking information and research needs. This week, we are sharing top-level online services, training, and resources available from the NIH Library. In the coming weeks, we will feature additional online offerings under each of these main areas.
- Ask A Question: contact us with your information questions
- Get Help: use our “get help” forms to request materials, suggest a resource, get editing assistance, and more (most of our library services remain available during this time)
- Find Your Librarian: contact your librarian for personalized assistance—each Institute or Center has their own dedicated informationist or specialized librarian
- Training classes: sign up for online classes in bioinformatics, databases, technology, writing and publishing, and other topics
- Consultations: contact us to get personalized help with using our resources, conducting a systematic review, getting help with your bioinformatics questions, and more
- Tutorials: check out our collection of on-demand, online tutorials which are ideal for self-paced learning
- Journals: access over 12,000 online current and historical journals, most with complete archives
- eBooks: extend your research with our collection of over 160,000 scholarly eBooks
- Databases: search over 50 reference databases including PubMed@NIH, Web of Science, Scopus, and UpToDate
Contact us today for assistance with your information and research needs.
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