The first book display of the year is all about thinking, thoughts, and how to make better decisions. Start the year off right by sinking your teeth into some literature that delves into decision making, intuition, and consciousness.
Some titles on display are Blink by Malcom Gladwell, Extraordinary Thinking by Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, and How Doctors Think by Jerome Groopman. Come by the library and check it out.
To celebrate the coming holidays, we have gathered cookbooks from around the world. Explore all the different kinds of cuisine the world has to offer, from raw recipes to Italian pastas. Some recipe highlights are: minestrone soup from the Moosewood Cookbook, black-eyed pea and millet dish from Vegan Soul Kitchen, poached pike from Culinaria France, and caraway anise sweet bread from A Celebration of Herbs.
The new book display is all about mysticism, shamanism, spiritualism, and medicine. The library has gathered some books from our collection that delve into the intersection of healing, supernaturalism, and religion. Some subjects that these books go over are old wives tales, Santeria healing, shamanism and the history of witchcraft. Stop by the library and check out these enticing titles.
The UpToDate app now works with our institutional subscription. Setup is fast and easy, so give it a try today!
- Access UpToDate from the library website while ON CAMPUS and set up an account. Use the Log In/Register link in the upper right.
- You will receive an email with instructions on how to download the app and get started.
- In order to maintain uninterrupted access to UpToDate Anywhere, you must re-verify your affiliation with your organization once every 90 days. To re-verify, log in to UpToDate from a computer connected to the NUNM campus computer network.
Questions? Problems? Contact the library staff.
Do you want to stay current on the latest medical literature? Look no further than PubMed Journals! PubMed Journals allows you to find and follow your favorite journals, browse articles, and keep up-to-date with trending articles through your journals feed.
You can access PubMed Journals if you have a NCBI, NIH, or Google account. If you don’t have an NCBI account yet, it’s easy to sign up! To make an account, just create a username, password, and enter in your email address. So simple!
Every year, libraries across the country celebrate Banned Books Week, and we wanted to join! This year’s theme is DIVERSITY! Authors of color receive the majority of book challenges every year, which further silences their voices in other mainstream media. We hope to bring their words and voices to the forefront. The library has a small selection of books on display that have been challenged for various reasons: LGBTQIA issues, people of color, gender diversity, people with disabilities, and ethnic, cultural and religious minorities.
While you are checking out our display, you can also play our Guess the Banned Book in the Jar game! A frequently challenged and banned book has been put through the shredder…Oh no! Can you guess which one it is? Enter your answer for a chance to win a gift card from Powell’s Books. One winner will be picked from all of the correct answers on Monday, October 3, 2016.
Last spring we asked for your feedback and suggestions about how to make the quiet space in the library more comfortable and pleasant. You spoke, and we listened! We replaced the big wooden table that wasn’t being regularly used with 6 lounge chairs and 3 tables.
We also brought in rolling whiteboards to help with your studying. Dry erase markers and erasers are available at the front desk for in-library use, or you can checkout whiteboard supplies for a full day.
Finally, remember those paper cranes you folded in the spring? The library staff created a beautiful hanging mobile with those cranes, and it is now hanging above the new seating area. Come take a look at the amazing art piece you helped create and maybe try out the new chairs! This might be your new favorite spot on campus.
Do you want your latest presentation to get noticed? Does your poster need some oomph? The library can help! During our spring survey, you requested color printing in the library. And now it’s a reality! Color printing services are now available at the NUNM library for a small fee.
Regular copy paper: $0.50 per sheet
Presentation paper (24lb.): $1.00 per sheet
Please see someone at the front desk if you have questions or concerns.
Do you wonder how copyright and fair use works? Do you need to know how to cite a website in AMA citation style? Do you need help with time management and study habits? Look no further because the Library Guides are here. Over the past few months, the library staff has been creating guides to help you in your studies. The subjects of these guides range from test anxiety and essay tips to copyright and fair use. The four library guides that we are debuting today are AMA Citation, Copyright for Students, Test Taking Tips and Study Skills. Keep an eye out for more guides that are on the way!
June is LGBTQ Pride Month, and we are celebrating with a special display. Come check out a book from our StudentsAWARE Health Equity Collection. This year the display is dedicated to our brothers and sisters killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting on June 12, 2016. Evening & Weekend Library Supervisor Jenny Kim hand-lettered 49 hearts with their names in commemoration of their lives.