In June our #ResourceOfTheMonth was infographic tools. The benefits of infographics are that key research findings can be communicated in a very efficient and accessible way. The first resource that we highlighted was Infogram. The first resource is Infogram. With Infogram you can upload data from a spreadsheet into an infogram chart, infographic or map. […]
We would like your comments on the new self-service kiosk located in the library reception area. Tick one of the faces and add further comments if you wish. The medical library team look forward to receiving your feedback.
Maintenance work will take place on Saturday 3rd June. Library PCs, WIFI and printing will be unreliable all day. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Used an e-book before? Want more information, hints and tips? You have access to numerous medical e-books. Do you know how to find and download e-books to your devices? We are holding e-book drop-in session on Tuesday 23rd May 12:15 – 1:00 in the Sherwood Room There will be a range of devices so we […]
3 new e-books are available on PSA – “Pass the PSA” – Will Brown, “Essential Practical Prescribing” – G Woodfield and “Student Success in the Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA)” – N Sharma. Locate them using iDiscover
Our resource of the month for November was EndNote Web an online reference manager. Our resource of the month for November is the EndnoteWeb. It will help manage references, present them in the style required and save time — Cam Medical Library (@cam_med_lib) November 10, 2016 To get started with EndNote Web or for more […]
This week is ‘Ask a Pharmacist’ week and, if you were in the Cambridge University Hospitals, that would mean approaching the team at the Medicines Information (MI) department, who offer staff and patients advice on all aspects of medication use. Ebraheem Junaid (pictured) and the team are keen users of the Medical Library to supplement […]
Our resource of the month for June was Mendeley, reference management software to gather all your references in one place and help you share them with colleagues, insert citations while writing up, and generate a bibliography from those citations. We’ve been tweeting useful hints and tips throughout June, and these are gathered here in one […]
The Medical Library now has bluetooth keyboards which clinical students can borrow to use with their tablet or smartphone. They can be borrowed for an entire day, and you’re allowed to take them out of the library to use during lectures, seminars, or supervisions. They’re compatible with Apple, Android, and Windows devices, and we have […]
For e-book queries and to try the shiny new Bluetooth keyboards come to the Sherwood Room today between 12:30 – 1:15. Cast your vote for your keyboard of choice. Look forward to seeing you there. Brought to you by the University of Cambridge Medical Library.