Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
Library Spaces Have Reopened
Posted On: Monday, August 17, 2020 - 23:11 by Beverly Murphy
Designated seats in the Medical Center Library & Archives are now available for individual reservation, Monday – Friday, from 9a to 4p for Duke Health badge holders. To reserve a seat, connect to Seat & Space Bookings and follow instructions. From this page, you may make a new reservation, take possession of your reserved seat, and check out when you are ready to leave.MORE
Library Services and Resources During COVID-19
Posted On: Monday, August 17, 2020 - 01:49 by Beverly Murphy
The Medical Center Library & Archives staff are working remotely and building access is restricted.
How can I get assistance?
You can contact Library staff through our chat function between 9a and 5p, Monday through Friday. Library staff are available to meet with faculty, staff, and students by phone, email, and WebEx or Zoom. Library classes are all held online.
Categories: Resource Updates
New ePrint System!
Posted On: Sunday, November 25, 2012 - 22:55 by Beverly Murphy
A new ePrint system is now available within the Medical Center Library & Archives. Names and IDs for all currently enrolled Physician Assistant, Pathology Assistant, Physical Therapy, School of Medicine, and School of Nursing students have been added to our system. This will allow students to independently access ePrint at the release station without monitoring from Library staff.
To use the Library's ePrint system, choose “OIT-ePrint” from the print options. If you are using a laptop, you will need to download free software from the Duke OIT Website.
Unlike most ePrint stations on campus, the Medical Library’s station is paid for jointly by the School of Medicine...MORE
Free Document Delivery Service to Continue!
Posted On: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 16:12 by Beverly Murphy
The Medical Center Library recently completed a 3-month pilot test to provide free scans of articles from its print in-house journal collection to Duke faculty, staff, and students. Based on the results of the pilot, we are pleased to announce that we will continue to offer this free service.
Please use the Library’s automated document delivery system at https://illiad.mclibrary.duke.edu/ to submit your requests.
As has been the case in the past, scans of materials from other Duke libraries and the offsite...MORE
Free Delivery Service for the School of Nursing
Posted On: Friday, January 13, 2012 - 12:13 by Beverly Murphy
The Library began a free, expedited book and audiovisual delivery service for the School of Nursing on January 3, 2012. This service was previously made available for the Physician Assistant and Doctor of Physical Therapy educational programs.
Requests for delivery of books and audiovisuals can be easily initiated through the Duke Library Catalog (http://library.duke.edu/catalog...
Free Book & Audiovisual Delivery Servicefor PA and DPT Programs
Posted On: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 01:13 by Beverly Murphy
On August 1, the Library began a free, expedited book and audiovisual delivery service for the Physician Assistant and Doctor of Physical Therapy educational programs. This service expands the previously established free photocopy service for these students, who due to their off campus locations, cannot easily visit the Library.
Requests for delivery of books and audiovisuals can be easily initiated through the Duke Library Catalog using the “Get this Title (place request)... MORE
Explore: Duke WordPress
Posted On: Monday, October 4, 2010 - 14:59 by Beverly Murphy
What is it? Blog Tool and Publishing Platform
Duke is now hosting WordPress. WordPress is a popular web-publishing platform for creating blogs, web-based presentations, and even entire websites. This fall Duke WordPress can be used for formal courses; however beginning in the spring, this tool will be offered more widely. Faculty are encouraged to use this for courses, blogs, projects, etc.
Not sure how you can utilitze WordPress? Don’t worry, there are lots of uses mentioned, an entire example section, and tips and tricks to help you get started. See CIT’s blog post for more information and ideas. Ready to create a course?
Categories: Explore Tools