Clinical Mobile Apps: UpToDate, Micromedex, VisualDX and more

by on July 1, 2021 9:00 am
Did you know Lane Library offers mobile app access to many of our most utilized clinical tools? Follow the set-up instructions for each app to download and access content through Lane Library. Each mobile app has a slightly different registration process. Most require you to create a personal account after accessing the resource through our… Read more Clinical Mobile Apps: UpToDate, Micromedex, VisualDX and more

Juneteenth African American Independence Day

by on June 15, 2021 11:39 am
Juneteenth commemorates the date June 19th, 1865 when enslaved people in Texas finally learned they were free. Learn more about this monumental yet overlooked event and participate in the celebration. Explore the Stanford Libraries Juneteenth Guide This informative guide shares resources you can use to learn more about the history and cultural significance of Juneteenth.… Read more Juneteenth African American Independence Day
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Bring Your ORCID iD Back to Stanford

by on June 14, 2021 9:00 am
Now that you’ve signed up for an ORCID iD and added your publications to share with everyone, it’s time to bring your ORCID iD back to the Farm. Your SUNetID is the link to so many of the services Stanford provides, and it’s also the gateway to let those Stanford services connect with your ORCID… Read more Bring Your ORCID iD Back to Stanford

Introducing Office Hours

by on June 7, 2021 9:30 am
Our Research & Instruction team is offering a new way to get quick answers to your questions via Zoom. Starting in June you can drop in to Research Office Hours every Monday or Thursday. We are also continuing our Bioinformatics Office Hours on Wednesdays. Research Office Hours Have a quick question? Drop by Lane Library’s … Read more Introducing Office Hours
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Intersectionality: Queerness and Disability in Medicine Upcoming Event

by on June 1, 2021 9:00 am
Register to participate in the Stanford Medical Abilities Coalition (SMAC) & Lane Library discussion group, co-hosted with the Pride and Allies ERG. Join us as we explore and share our experiences on the intersection of queerness and disability in medicine. Wednesday, June 23 from 11-12pm PST. Discrimination can intensify when an individual faces multiple, simultaneous… Read more Intersectionality: Queerness and Disability in Medicine Upcoming Event
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Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Marcos Figueroa

by on June 1, 2021 9:00 am
Every month, we are spotlighting an amazing member of our library staff. This month meet Marcos Figueroa, one of our Access Services Specialists. What do you do at the library? I have worked or helped in just about every department of the library. My current position is in the Access Services department, which handles circulation.… Read more Meet Your Lane Library Staff: Marcos Figueroa
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Explore Our Curated Guide of Resources on LGBTQ+ Health

by on June 1, 2021 9:00 am
(LGBTQ) Pride Month is celebrated in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan, which was a milestone event for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States. In honor of Pride Month, festivities and other activities occur globally to provide opportunities to reflect, celebrate, and increase awareness.  Lane Library recognizes… Read more Explore Our Curated Guide of Resources on LGBTQ+ Health
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Add to Your ORCID Record & Share Your Impact

by on May 20, 2021 3:30 am
After you’ve claimed your ORCID iD, it’s time to add to your ORCID record. Completing information about yourself and your work and education history in the “Biography” section can help people find and recognize you. Publications, datasets, and other research outputs can be added in the “Works” section. There are myriad ways to add works… Read more Add to Your ORCID Record & Share Your Impact
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Join us May 27 for Leaky Pipelines, Broken Rungs, Glass Cliffs and Ceilings: Women’s Leadership Challenges in Tech

by on May 18, 2021 9:41 am
Lane Medical Library’s quarterly collaboration with Stanford’s Women in Technology (WIT) will draw on Dr. Hannah Valantine’s recent talk on broken rungs in leadership.  We’ll explore the metaphors of leaky pipelines, broken rungs, and glass cliffs and ceilings as multiple barriers to women leaders.   In the spirit of barrier-free discussion, the materials and format are… Read more Join us May 27 for Leaky Pipelines, Broken Rungs, Glass Cliffs and Ceilings: Women’s Leadership Challenges in Tech
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Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with our Online Exhibit on Iga Mori

by on May 10, 2021 2:18 pm
Dr. Iga Mori was a first-generation Japanese immigrant and one of the first students of color at Cooper Medical College which later became Stanford University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Mori (1864-1951) received his MD degree in 1891 and worked as a physician and surgeon in Hawai’i and Japan before traveling to the University of Glasgow… Read more Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with our Online Exhibit on Iga Mori