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Whether you’re new to WashU or returning to campus, Bernard Becker Medical Library is here to assist you with your education and research needs. Here are some of the resources and services we provide.
Becker Library has added a new quiet study area. The Center for the History of Medicine space on the 6th floor of the library is now available to School of Medicine students and faculty for quiet study – no reservations required. The library opened the space in response to student requests for more study areas [Read more]
Becker Medical Library and Washington University Libraries are pleased to announce a new Publish and Read agreement for journals published by the Microbiology Society. The agreement allows Washington University corresponding authors a full waiver of Article Processing Charges (APCs) to publish their works under a Creative Commons (CC-BY) Open Access license as of January 1, [Read more]
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of us have experienced a sharp increase in the number of events and interactions through video conferencing and collaboration platforms. In many ways, this has yielded several benefits; fewer logistical concerns and the ability to record an event for later viewing means that information can reach more [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.
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]