News & Events: October 26, 2015

NEW TRIALS – Two new library trials are now in progress. Give them a try and let us know what you think!

DynaMed – The University Libraries has a trial to the DynaMed database through 1/15/16. To access the trial, go to,uid&profile=dynamed. This link will work on and off campus. The database is also in the A-Z list, and is under the Nursing/Health Science Databases category. Description of the database from is a clinical information resource used by physicians to answer clinical questions quickly and easily at the point of care. It includes thousands of topics that provide clinicians and educators with the evidence-based information they need to make informed decisions. Topics are updated daily as new evidence becomes available. Please provide feedback to Linda Todd, Life Sciences Librarian, at – The University Libraries has a one-month trial subscription to through 11/19. To access the trial, go to (using this link allows for both on- and off-campus access). is a tool that searches musical theater repertoire based on voice type, age, tempo, key, and much more. Links are provided to find recordings and sheet music. Please send feedback to Thad Garrett, Instruction and Marketing Librarian, at

OPEN ACCESS PANEL DISCUSSION: Scholarly Publishing and the Open Access Ecosystem – Wednesday, October 28 • 6:30 PM • Pearl Bailey Room, Busboys & Poets (Brookland) – What do scholarly authors and researchers need to know about Open Access? Join us for our final International Open Access Week event as Dr. Rikk Mulligan, ACLS Public Fellow and Program Officer for Scholarly Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, leads a faculty panel including Dr. Trevor Lipscombe, Dr. James Greene, and Dr. Jennifer Paxton.

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