Many publishers are granting libraries temporary complimentary access to online databases, e-journals and e-books in response to COVID-19, and Becker Library has arranged access to a number of additional databases to assist with online learning and instruction. Examples of newly accessible resources include Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination and AccessPhysiotherapy. Find a complete list [Read more]
Recently, SCOPUS began to index more book titles and chapters. This is great, but sometimes you may not want book chapters in your SCOPUS results. To exclude one or more document types from your SCOPUS search results: Find the “Refine results” section on the left of the screen. Scroll down and find “Document Type” click [Read more]
PubMed is updating how its full-text links work. Previously, the library’s “Full Text @ Becker” icon displayed in the top right corner of the abstract only when the full text of the article was available via the library’s subscriptions (provided you had accessed PubMed via the Becker website). Going forward, a “Get it @ Becker” [Read more]
The latest 2020 update to 5-Minute Clinical Consult is now available from Unbound Medicine. The next time you update your uCentral app you will automatically receive the latest 2020 update to 5-Minute Clinical Consult. Newly added content includes Internet Gaming Disorder and a new algorithm for Tinnitus. A variety of mobile medical apps are available [Read more]
Becker Library welcomes recommendations for additions to its collection. A Suggestion for Purchase form is available on the website. Faculty members are encouraged to request the purchase of required and suggested textbooks and books for student class work for course reserves. Journal and database recommendations are contingent on budget availability. If the budget is already [Read more]
Providing uninterrupted and accurate access to the library's electronic journals is a top priority for Becker Medical Library.
These e-books were the 10 most popular e-books at the library during the 2016-2017 school year. You can search for e-books on our e-resources search page. More information about e-books is available in the E-books Tips and Hints Subject Guide.