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Earn Free CME/CE/AOA Credit on Library Resources

A number of library and hospital online resources offer free CME credits for searching and/or reading about clinical topics in the literature for point-of-care. A personal login account must be set up in order to start accruing CME credits… 405 more words

DATABASES

Readers and Writers: Library News

Libraries are an important part of the book publishing world, and it’s been a while since I mentioned them in a post, so here’s a collection of links to library news, services, and more. 295 more words

Information

Springer Materials database trial : Change of URL

The URL for Springer Materials which we are currently trialling has recently been changed by Springer from:

http://www.springermaterials.com/

to

http://materials.springer.com/

The ezproxy link has been updated and off campus users should now use: 12 more words

Trial Resources

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Important note to be able to continue accessing this trial resource.

CABI Global Health

Trial access is now available to 2 April 2015 to the CABI Global Health database.

Access the trial via this link.

Please send feedback on the database to ilk21@cam.ac.uk. 150 more words

Database News

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This may be of interest to chemists.

Graduate Software Engineer

Apply online

Apply by email

Sectors:

Engineering, IT and telecoms

Job/scheme locations:

UK

Application closing date:

13/03/2015

We are looking for engineers who enjoy building great products and working in a fast paced environment. 182 more words

Education

LIST/VIEW March 4th, 2015

Here is what was discussed in class (as I remember it).

We worked in three separate documents today: our config file, demo_list, and demo_view files. Our config file added a couple new functions. 195 more words

Tips from NARIC on Perfecting your Database and Online Search Strategies: Getting to Know REHABDATA

In this edition of “Tips from NARIC” we introduce (or reintroduce) you to our REHABDATA literature database. REHABDATA, produced by the National Rehabilitation Information Center, is the leading literature database on disability and rehabilitation. 669 more words