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Article by Katie DeFord, Rick Hansen, and Jeremy Klockars

You can now access the Red Book Online from the American Academy of Pediatrics on your Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. This important resource provides guidance on manifestations, etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of 200+ childhood conditions.

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Features:

  • Complete Text of Online & Print Editions
  • Influenza Resource Page
  •  Special Vaccine Shortage Updates
  • Current Immunization Schedules
  •  News & Alerts Regarding Infectious Diseases

Search categories then toggle between text and images for full context:

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To download, simply follow these instructions: 

NOTE: You have to be on the College or DHMC network, or VPN or Secure Access (if offsite).  Once there, you can sign up for an individual account, which then lets you use the app from offsite.

  1. From the Biomedical Libraries web page, Go to eBooks, scroll down to Titles by Subject. Under Infectious Disease, select Red Book Online.
  2. Click on “Sign-In via User Name/Password” (fine print) located on the top-left (under the red banner) and just to the right of “Institution: Dartmouth College Library.”
  3. Click the link “Sign In for Individuals.”
  4. For New Customers, select “New Customer Registration.”
  5. Type in your email.
  6. Create an Individual account.
  7. Fill out the registration form and click “Continue.”
  8. You will get an email shortly after registering. It will give you your AAP ID. Use your AAP ID and the password you created to login to the AAP web site in the future.
  9. From the App Store on your Apple device, or from Google Play on your Android device, you can download the Red Book app and login with the above information.

The system will ask you to access the site within your organization’s site license at least once during a 120-day span to validate that you are still eligible. A reminder will appear when you log in if you haven’t accessed within 120 days.

Please send questions or comments to: 
Matthews-Fuller.Library.Circulation@dartmouth.edu

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gear-upFor faculty, researchers, graduate and professional school students, “Gear Up!” is an information fair showcasing information management tools, apps, and research support systems to help you kick your research projects into high gear.

  • Tuesday Dec. 3rd from 11-1 in the MacLean Atrium, Thayer School of Engineering
  • Thursday Dec. 5th from 11-1 in the Life Sciences Center Gallery

Drop by at any time during the event (either, or both!) and learn about tools and services to help you with your research. Enjoy light refreshments, and get to know the software, tools, resources, and people that can help you with computing, publishing, statistics, copyright, grants, funding, managing your research information, and more. “Gear Up!” is produced by the Library, Computing, and the Office of Sponsored Projects.

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Please Note Our Upcoming Holidays Hours
December 20, 2013 – January 2, 2014

Dana Biomedical Library (37 Dewey Field Road)

Friday, December 20, 2013, 5:00pm through Thursday, January 2, 2014, 7:30am
No Access/Closed 
for Med/Grad Students, other Dartmouth IDs, or general public.
Access only for building occupants, 5:00pm Friday, December 20, 2013 through 7:30am Thursday January 2, 2014.

Matthews-Fuller Library (DHMC, 5th floor)

Monday, December 23, 2013, 6:00pm through Thursday, January 2, 2014, 8:00am
Closed: 24 Hour Access for Authorized Users Only

Regular hours resume at 8:00am, Thursday, January 2, 2014

* After hours access to the Matthews-Fuller Library is available to authorized individuals. You must be affiliated with Dartmouth College or with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to be eligible. Please use this form to request access, or stop by the library service desk, call 650-7658, or email Matthews-Fuller.Library.Circulation@Dartmouth.EDU. NOTE: The request process takes about 2 weeks. Please plan ahead!

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Clinical Chemistry:  Principles, Techniques, and Correlations
Matthews-Fuller Library
RB40 C576 2013
chemistry

Physical Examination & Health Assessment
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC76 J37 2012
physical 

It’s Not All in Your Head: Anxiety, Depression, Mood Swings, and Multiple Sclerosis
Matthews-Fuller Library
RC377 F37 2010
head 

Five Days at Memorial:  Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital
Dana Library
RA975.D57 F56 2013
5days

Schaechter’s Mechanisms of Microbial Disease
Dana Library
QR46 .M463 2013
mechanisms

Always There: The Remarkable Life of Ruth Lillian Kirschstein, M.D.
Dana Library

RA424.5.K58 D38 2011
always

Introduction to Global Health
Dana Library
RA441 .J33 2014
global
 

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Article by Katie DeFord, Rick Hansen, and Jeremy Klockars

Would you like to easily access the current issues of the Biomedical Libraries’ subscriptions to eJournals without trolling through databases?  After all, databases are designed for searching, not reading.  Dartmouth subscribes to the full features of BrowZine, an application that allows you to easily create your own Newsstand, browse & store, and access thousands of Dartmouth’s eJournals collection.  One of BrowZine’s nice features is your ability to have the articles you need at your fingertips and be able to access them anywhere, anytime!  You can save articles to DropBox, iBooks, Notability, and other services. As of right now, BrowZine doesn’t offer printing, but articles can be opened in other apps that allow printing depending which you have installed on your iPad.

browzine vs. web

Dartmouth’s subscription to BrowZine allows you to create your own journal shelf. Simply browse the Dartmouth College Libraries’ eJournal collection, choose the titles you want on your shelf, download articles of interest and save references.  Currently, not all of Dartmouth’s e-journal subscriptions are available using BrowZine.  See a list of participating publishers here.  You can sign up for a newsletter to receive new updates about product releases through BrowZine.

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Instructions for installing BrowZine:

  • From the App Store on your iPad, download the free BrowZine app.
  • For off-campus access you will need the Dartmouth VPN to access the collection. For instructions on setting up VPN on your iPad click here.
  • When installing BrowZine on campus (Dartmouth or DHMC/Lebanon), click “continue” when prompted with “VPN required at Dartmouth College.”
  • When you open BrowZine for the first time, you will see a list of schools; please select “Dartmouth College.”
  • BrowZine is also available at the Google Play and Amazon/Kindle stores for Android tablets. For more about BrowZine, see http://thirdiron.com/browzine/

Please send questions or comments to: 
Matthews-Fuller.Library.Circulation@dartmouth.edu

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