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Announcements & News
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.
The NIH Library has a wide variety of services and staff to help you—virtually—with your teleworking information and research needs.
We want to thank our customers who participated in the May 2019 Information Desk survey. You gave us an overall satisfaction rating of 95%.
The NIH Library now offers full-text search capabilities of articles directly from the main search box on the Library’s homepage.
The NIH Library is making EndNote X8 available to NIH, HHS, and CMS staff through December 31, 2017. This license allows anyone directly associated with NIH to download or upgrade to the latest edition of EndNote, and can be installed on a total of three computers per user.
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.
Do you need help organizing or formatting citations in a manuscript you hope to submit for publication? If so, the NIH Library is here to help you.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our September 2015 Library Resource Collection survey. The results will be used to help make future collection decisions.
The NIH Library has extended our enterprise-wide license for EndNote for another year - now through December 31, 2016. This license allows anyone directly associated with NIH to download and/or upgrade to the latest edition of EndNote (X7 or X8 when it is released in the Spring of 2016).