Charging Station Now in Health Sciences Library

A goCharge charging station has been installed in the Health Sciences Library Computer lab opposite the computer lab helpdesk.  The goCharge charging station provides a secure locker where you can charge your cell phones, smart phones and tablets.

  • Choose a locker and connect your device to one of the three appropriate cables for your device.
  • Close the locker and press the ‘C’ button.  After a beep sounds enter a four-digit code and press the button with a lock icon.  A beep code will sound to let you know that the locker secured.
  • To retrieve your device just follow the same procedures: press the ‘C’ button, enter your four-digit code and press the lock button.
  • If you forget your four-digit code, go to the Circulation desk for help.

There is no charge to use the goCharge system…

BCC Research: Market Forecasting

bccresearch Are you looking for market research reports? BCC’s market research reports explore major economic, scientific, and technological developments in industrial, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and high technology organizations.  Industry analysis and market forecasts for advanced materials, high-tech systems and components, nanotechnology and novel processing methods are at the forefront of the company’s expertise.

BCC Research provides the ability to download the report’s table of contents, a product brochure with short descriptions on what the report covers or the entire report. (Saving reports works better than opening in browsers).

Features include:

  • Just Released: see the most recently published reports by categories
  • Upcoming Reports: explore upcoming reports yet to be published and their target publish dates
  • Most Popular: review the most downloaded BCC Research Reports

Bookmark BCC Research or access it via the Health Sciences Library website on the HSL Library Databases page.

If you have any questions, please contact Edith Starbuck at 513-558-1433 or edith.starbuck@uc.edu

 

ClinicalKey Tour Video Available

If you missed the ClinicalKey visit last Friday November 21st, ClinicalKey has provided a 26 minute video tour showing you how to search, create a personal account, save content, move images into PowerPoint slides and more.  Click here to download a WebEx player and view the video.

A few key points to know about ClinicalKey: 

ClinicalKey is available off campus via the VPN only for UC faculty, staff, and students. 

  • If you have not installed the VPN Junos Pulse on your laptop, home computer or device, here are step-by-step instructions.
  • If you need help, please call UCit at 556-4357 or stop by the Health Sciences Library (HSL) computer lab for assistance.
  • Once installed, open the Junos Pulse client, click “Connect” and log in with your UC central log in.  Then go to ClinicalKey.

 Create a personal account or login using your Scopus personal account login to access ClinicalKey ebook content and other features.

  • Click on “Register” in the upper right corner, fill in the form, and submit.
  • Other personal account features include CME, using the presentation maker, save content to your account and more.

ClinicalKey is linked with UC’s full text journal articles.

  • Look for the UC Article Linker button when ClinicalKey does not provide the PDF full text.

Click here to download a WebEx player and view the video.

If you have any questions please contact Edith Starbuck at 513-558-1433 or edith.starbuck@uc.edu

 

 

Need to Checkout an iPad?

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Checking out an iPad at TheDesk@Langsam

In partnership with UC Student Government, UC Libraries now has iPads available for checkout by UC students.

The Desk@Langsam has 10 iPads available for checkout. Students can call to book an iPad (513) 556-1424 or visit The Desk@Langsam on the 4th floor of the Walter C. Langsam Library to request one. Booking in advance is highly recommended to ensure availability. The iPads can be checked out for five days, with one renewal if the iPad is not requested by another user.

The iPads are 16GB and Wi-Fi enabled. An Apple ID is recommended, but not required for use. The iPads are pre-loaded with several UC and other productivity apps, including UC Mobile, Mobile Learn (Canopy) and VMware View (access to UC Virtual Lab).  In addition, the iPads can be populated with personalized apps via any user Apple ID.

Visit TheDesk@Langsam today to checkout an iPad.

SSL VPN and Junos Pulse

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On August 11, 2014, SSL VPN will be modified so that the Junos Pulse client is presented when you log into the SSL VPN.

Mobile users (iOS, Android, etc.) have used the Junos Pulse client for several years and now UC is transitioning the SSL VPN to present Junos Pulse as the default client for SSL VPN connections.

This change will primarily only affect “new” SSL VPN users, users that have the “Network Connect” client installed will still be able to connect using the “Network Connect” client.

Click here to see Junos Pulse installation and setup instructions.  These instructions will also be available from the HSL Off Campus Access page.

If you have any questions or problems with setting up the Junos Pulse client, please contact UCIT Help Desk at 556-435.

(SSL VPN connectivity information provided by Bruce Burton, Director, Network  and Telecommunication Services, UCIT Enterprise Shared Services.)

Redesigned Health Sciences Library Website Coming Soon!

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On May 6, the Health Sciences Library along with all UC Libraries will unveil a completely redesigned website.

Available at http://libraries.uc.edu/hsl/ (same URL as current site) the new website is easy to read and navigate with an updated look and feel, an uncluttered homepage with most content viewable without scrolling, new information and streamlined navigation. User-requested features such as the posting of today’s hours, enhanced location maps and a prominent link to Off-Campus Access from the homepage are included in the redesign.

New content around the growing subject of digital scholarship has been added, as well as a website dedicated to the Libraries’ Special Collections. Also featured prominently on the site are links to HSL Research Guides, a Distance Learning guide, workshops, eJournals and frequently used Health Sciences resources.

The tabbed search box, available on the left-side of the homepage and throughout on many secondary pages of the site, will allow users to search for articles, books, journals, databases and quickly and easily.

For those viewing the site on a tablet or mobile device, the redesign is responsive to adjust to individual screen sizes.

The website redesign does not include the Library Catalog or online databases.

Feedback is welcome as the Health Sciences Library website is a work in progress and will continue to develop over the summer.

Watch for more information about the newly redesigned HSL site!

 

 

Announcing a Redesigned UC Libraries Website

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On May 6, the University of Cincinnati Libraries will unveil a completely redesigned website.

Available at www.libraries.uc.edu (same URL as current site) the new website is easy to read and navigate with an updated look and feel, an uncluttered homepage with most content viewable without scrolling, new information and streamlined navigation. User-requested features such as the posting of today’s hours, enhanced location maps and a prominent link to Off-Campus Access from the homepage are included in the redesign.

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