March 16th, 2017 by Steven Dunlap
Do you know of a great book, an important journal or a very useful database? Please let us know. Go to the Lane Library Home Page, click on the red “Contact us” button on the right side, select “Suggest a Purchase.” The librarians consider every suggestion carefully. The more you can tell us about how the book, journal or database will contribute to your work or studies greatly aids our evaluation. How do you see yourself using the resource? (continue reading)
– Exam Review?
– Diagnostic or treatment decisions?
– Keep up in your field?
– Something else?
October 30th, 2015 by Steven Dunlap
On Monday November 2nd we will launch new and improved web pages for our DocXpress document delivery and Inter-library Loan service. Your existing accounts will still work, you will have the same great service, only better. We have re-designed the pages to improve your experience and save you more time.
In order to launch the new pages, we must take down the old ones first. The DocXpress pages will be down starting 9 a.m. on Monday, November 2nd. We expect to have the new pages up and running before noon the same day.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
October 21st, 2015 by Nicole Soares
Here at Lane Medical Library, we’re constantly innovating and improving our search technology to better meet your needs, and we need your feedback to make our best search engine yet even better.
Here are 6 reasons you need to try the beta version of our newest search engine:
- Our most comprehensive search engine yet
Lane’s newest search engine searches:
– all 25 million+ PubMed records
– the full contents of the Lane Catalog (ebooks, print books, journals, databases, and much more)
– all Grand Rounds videos
– and the full contents of the Lane website, including information about the wonderful classes Lane offers!
- Blazing fast results
Built using the open source Apache Solr platform, Lane’s most comprehensive search yet is also our fastest.
- The most relevant results appear at the top
Unlike PubMed, [Lane Search] uses relevance ranking to display your search results, which means less scrolling to find the search results you want the most.
- More ways to sort your results
New sorting options allow you to sort your results how you want. Decide if you want to organize your results by relevance, author, title, or year (new to old or old to new).
- More ways to filter your results
Choose from a variety of new filters to help you narrow your search to give you just the results you want to see.
- You can help us make it even better!
We need your help to improve our new Lane Search! You can help us by giving our new Lane Search a try and sharing your feedback.
Can’t wait to get started? Click here to try Lane’s best search engine yet and tell us what you think!
September 2nd, 2015 by Steven Dunlap
Lane Medical Library leaves the 20th century behind as we have replaced the old photocopy machine and the old scanning stations with 3 new scanning stations. You can find one these new scanners in the Consulting area and two will replace the old ones in the Redwood Room. You can scan PDFs to a flash drive or e-mail them to yourself.
You also have the option to use our Scan on Demand Service to have us create PDF files or a paper copy for a fee ($5 for articles within 20 pages and then 20¢ per page after 20). This will be particularly convenient for when the materials you want are off-site and we must page them. You can order the copy then log in to your DocXpress account to download it later.
December 14th, 2014 by Nicole Soares
Our Holiday calendar is now available.