We have changed our URL. Please update your bookmark to http://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/medl
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Please note that the online books and journals on the Thieme Clinical Collections currently hosted on the MyiLibrary platform will be moved to the Thieme Connect platform. We are working on changing the url links for the titles in the collection to point to the new platform. If you need to access any of the content in Thieme Clinical Collections, please click here.
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The Medical Library is pleased to announce that VisualDx Mobile app is available for download on the iPad, iPhone and Android mobile devices. We are currently the only educational institution in Singapore to have access to VisualDx®, widely used by clinicians in the US for clinical decision support.
VisualDx aids in the identification of dermatologic, infectious, genetic, metabolic, nutritional and occupational diseases, benign and malignant growths, drug-induced conditions, and other injuries. Engineered for use at the point of care, the VisualDx system allows physicians to search by diagnosis, build a patient-specific differential, or look up drug-induced adverse reactions by medication. VisualDx clinical decision support provides instant access to concise disease information and high-quality medical images to assist in diagnosis, to direct testing, and to guide management and therapy decisions.
For information on how to install VisualDx Mobile, please click here or contact Caroline Pang/Maggie Yin on 6592-1990 or email email@example.com
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UpToDate, an invaluable point-of-care resource, is now available on mobile devices. We are officially the first subscriber to UpToDate Anywhere in Singapore. UpToDate Anywhere brings added convenience to the busy clinicians, medical professionals and medical students, is accessible on mobile app for iOS®, Android™, or Windows 8 devices.
To set up UpToDate Anywhere on your mobile devices, please refer to the user guide below or contact the Medical Library on 6592-1990 if you have any questions.
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We bring to you a new look for Library Xpress in 2015! Browse through the e-newsletter below!
Volume 10 Issue 1 features these informative articles:
- A spotlight for your research by Debra L’Angellier, Communication Librarian (Advertising, PR, Broadcast & Film)
- The final year report : your contribution to future student research by Lena Sam, Engineering Librarian (Environmental)
- Surviving your first year as a graduate student by Frank Seah, Senior Librarian (Instructional Services)
- “Sorry, this e-book is in use” : understanding academic e-books by Dianne Louise Cmor, Deputy University Librarian
- E-book corner at Lee Wee Nam Library by Lim Kong Meng, Head, Lee Wee Nam Library
- What’s that drug again? : living a life benefitting from translational medical research by Caroline Pang, Head, Medical Library & Maggie Yin, Medical Librarian, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
- Showcase your research materials with NTU Digital Projects by Goh Su Nee, Senior Assistant Director (Scholarly Communication)
- Become an expert Googler by Ong Siew Chin, Librarian (Library Technology Group)
- Your gateway to earth science by Leena Shah, Science Librarian (Earth Sciences)
- 3 quick ways to access library resources from using Chrome or Firefox by Kannadasan Venkatachalam, Assistant Director (Library Technology Group)
- Chinese information series (IV) – Chinese audiovisual resources by Ruan Yang, Head, Chinese Library
- The library is a service, not just a resource by Choy Fatt Cheong, University Librarian
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The library’s Service Desk will be closed on the following dates:
24 December 2014: Christmas Eve (Close at 1 pm)
25 December 2014: Christmas Day
31 December 2014: New Year’s Eve (Close at 1 pm)
1 January 2015 : New Year’s Day
Service Desk Hours
Monday – Friday: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm
Please click here for more information on the opening hours in NTU Libraries.
The library will revert to regular operating hours on Monday, 5 January 2015.
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There will be a power shutdown in the Mandalay building on Sunday, 7 December 2014. Electrical supply and air-conditioning will be interrupted on that day. To enable the contractor to carry out servicing work, the Library will close on Saturday, 6 December 2014 from 7 pm. Please note that the Self-check machine, photocopier, scanner and printer will be unavailable after 7 pm on Saturday. Library service operations will resume on Monday, 8 December 2014.
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