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Biomedical Libraries Update: Checking Books Out

Patrons may now check out books from Matthews-Fuller Library (and any other Dartmouth Library) by signing in to their account and placing a hold on the item in our catalog. Please note that at this time, all holds must be picked … Continue reading

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New On Demand Workshop Series: Programming With Python

Have you been thinking about learning more about Python for data visualization? Get started with our new Programming with Python series. Over the course of 10 videos, learn how to visualize and analyze data, repeat actions with loops, create functions … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with Susan Jorgensen

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I’m the Access Services Supervisor at Dana, and I’ve been here for 17 years. It’s the longest I’ve done anything. I started off at … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with David Sandberg

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I started at the Biomedical Libraries in November of 1992. It was during Bill Clinton’s first run for the White House. I was a … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with Samantha Wiebkin

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I’ve been working at Matthews-Fuller since the end of February as an Information Access Assistant. Kind of wild to think that I’ve now worked … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with Shuling Peng

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I think it’s 18 years. It’s been quite long right? I worked for the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth before working for the … Continue reading

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Happy National Donut Day

As the weather in the Upper Valley gets warmer, it’s easy to remember to start stocking your freezer full of icy desserts and to want to drop by one of the many seasonal ice cream shops (Dairy Twirl, and Hatchland … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with Samara Cary

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I’m an Information Access Assistant at Matthews-Fuller, and I’ve been there since November. I was working at Baker-Berry before that since 2017. 2. What … Continue reading

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Getting to Know the Biomedical Libraries’ Staff: An interview with Chris Curtis

1. What is your job and how long have you worked for the Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries? I am a Document Delivery Assistant for the Biomedical libraries and have been so for 15 years. 2. What is your favorite part about … Continue reading

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PubMed has a New Interface!

Frequent visitors to PubMed, the world’s largest source for biomedical information, will have noticed announcements this spring about a new PubMed (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov). What can you expect from new PubMed? A more modern interface, more mobile responsiveness, and a new relevance … Continue reading

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