When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the campus shifted to remote work, Becker Library quickly opened up remote (proxy) access to its e-books, journals and databases – which was previously obtained through paid individual accounts – to be freely accessible to all School of Medicine faculty and staff (students already received free access). As it [Read more]
Student and trainee groups can now apply for modest grants through Becker Library’s Feuerstein Health and Wellness Information Center to help them actualize ideas for reducing stress, improving health and promoting healthier lifestyles among their classmates and peers.
As national leaders in systematic review support, Becker Library provides a robust service to the School of Medicine community. Before filling out the request, form, here are five steps to consider.
In conjunction with the University Libraries on the Danforth campus, Becker Medical Library is excited to announce that a campus-wide New York Times subscription is now available to all faculty, staff and students. Your subscription provides access to nytimes.com and the NYTimes mobile app at the Basic Digital Access level. Follow these instructions to create [Read more]
From the Director I am the first to admit that I vastly underestimated the staying power of the COVID-19 pandemic and the enduring changes that it has brought to our lives and work. The vision of everyone returning to work at the library is a distant memory, replaced by the new reality of a hybrid workforce [Read more]
Starting with the Jan. 25, 2023, grant cycle, all NIH grant submissions will be required to include a two-page data management and sharing plan. The plan outlines how the investigator will store, protect, and ultimately share research data generated from NIH funds. In response to this new NIH requirement, as well as growing data management [Read more]
The practice fell out of favor in the late 19th century before seeing a resurgence in the past few decades.
The collection includes approximately 7,000 works, including major texts in neuroscience and neurology.
Browse 10,000 open access articles from WashU authors and share your scholarly work in Digital Commons@Becker.
Learn more about our keynote address for Open October 2021, the future of annual meetings, a new practice guideline: Communication of Retractions, Removals, and Expressions of Concern (CORREC), and more. The Evolution of Preprints in the Life Sciences As part of Open October 2021, please join us for “The Evolution of Preprints in the Life [Read more]