The NIH Library offers a method to pre-populate the document delivery order from with citation information. To use this feature to start your search in PubMed @ NIH. Look for the NIH Library Fulltext Plus button. This service will populate the request form from the PubMed citation. The same service is available in Web of Science, Embase, Scopus and Google Scholar.
As noted on the NIH public access website, your peer-reviewed papers should be submitted to PubMed Central (PMC) immediately upon acceptance for publication by a journal. PMC will make these papers publicly available within 12 months of publication.
The EndNote styles collection contains more than 4,500 bibliographic styles for a variety of disciplines.
You may verify citations easily using PubMed (for journals indexed in PubMed). For help using PubMed, go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3827/#pubmedhelp.Finding_a_citatio….
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Orientations to the services of the NIH Library are available upon request for NIH staff.
The NIH Library is a biomedical research library whose collections and services are developed to support the programs of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and selected U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) agences.
NIH Library books can be renewed for an additional four weeks, if there are no holds for the books. Checked out books may be renewed three times before the material must be returned to the NIH Library Information Desk. Renew NIH Library books online or call the Information Desk 301-496-1080.
We are no longer taking reservations for the carrels. The NIH Library has five private study carrels for individual use. NIH staff can use them on a first-come, first-served basis. These study spaces are unlocked and valuables should not be left unattended. Carrels have a desk, door, and WiFi. The library has several other library workspaces located in the main reading room.
Whether at home or on the road, laptop or desktop, you can now use NIH Library electronic resources without using a VPN--all you need is your NIH login and password or PIV card. The remote access link will allow you access to all your favorite eBooks, databases, and journals. Once you have logged in, you will be taken directly back to the NIH Library website.
The orientations are listed on the library's website as they come up. We plan to hold one once a month in 2015. If they have problems registering, they can come to the class and add their name to the bottom of the sign in sheet.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an ILL renewal 5 business days before the due date.
Document Delivery FAQs If you need an article, book, or other item that is not available in the NIH Library's collection, the Library can get it for you through the Library's online request system, ILLiad.
The 3D Printing Service is a self-service and first come first served.
How do I search for literature in specific subjects such as AIDS, Bioethics, alternative medicine, toxicology or cancer?
The National Library of Medicine produces many databases which are devoted to specific subject areas. Many of these files can now be accessed within their web-based search interface called PubMed®. These are available on the Limits screen on the Subset pull-down menu, unless otherwise noted.
The Replicator 2 has one extruder, one color. We change the rolls of filament at the back to change colors. If you prefer a different color, we can change it, or if we don’t have the desired color, they can bring their own filament and we will put it on. The Replicator 2x has two extruders and can use 2 colors.
Print jobs are saved on an SD card less than 2 GB. If the card is bigger the machine can’t read it. Place the card in the reader and select the print from Build from SD card. If you do not have an 2 GB SD card, you can borrow one for up to 3 days from the Information Desk.
The highest resolution is .1mm. It takes significantly longer to print high resolution and Standard resolution is recommended for most jobs - .2mm.
Average print times are 8-12 hours. Prints running more than 30 hrs are not recommended.