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Announcements & News
Are you interested in finding and analyzing your research publications but are unsure of where to begin? The NIH Library has the resources and the staff to help you.
The NIH Library is here to help you—online—with your virtual information and research needs. This week, we are highlighting research resources provided by the NIH Library.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we have been working with our leadership to ensure we are doing the right thing for our community.
AccessMedicine is a comprehensive online resource that provides instant access to leading medical textbooks, instructional videos, and study and self-assessment tools.
The ErgoFit workspaces give NIH staff a chance to try out computer workstations furnished with configurable ergonomic equipment designed to help users achieve a neutral, comfortable working posture.
It is my pleasure to share updates from the NIH Library with you. These are only a few of the many projects and initiatives we are working on.
InCites is a publication analysis tool that provides a range of productivity, collaboration, and citation impact metrics for publications in the Web of Science database.
Have you ever been doing online research and come across the NIH Library’s Full-text Plus! button? If so, you have experienced how the NIH Library staff is working behind the scenes to make sure you have seamless access to full-text content. We are always looking for ways to improve these services. Starting in October, we are introducing NIH Library Go, which will replace the Full-text Plus! button.
In conjunction with the NIH Research Festival, the Library’s open house will showcase why we truly are “Your Partner in Research.” New this year will be a demonstration of the data visualization touch screen provided by the NIH Office of the Associate Director for Data Science.