McGraw-Hill was able to restore access to our subscribed collections. If you continue to experience problems, please let us know.
Thank you for your patience!
McGraw-Hill accidentally turned off access to some of our paid subscriptions. Sorry for the inconvenience! Hopefully they will fix this as soon as possible!
Tags: AccessEmergencyMedicine, AccessMedicine, AccessNeurology, AccessSurgery, Case Files Collection, Technical difficulties | E-Resource News | Permalink | Comments Off on *Restored* — AccessSurgery, Emergency Medicine, Neurology and Case Files | Posted Tuesday, June 2, 2020 by Bishop, Marlene
We are pleased to announce that our AccessMedicine subscription has been upgraded to an institutional site license with no restrictions on the number of users. That means no more lock-outs for AccessMedicine. Many thanks are owed to the School of Medicine for contributing funds to support this upgrade. We couldn’t have done it without you!
AccessMedicine is a dynamic resource that includes online textbooks, case studies, videos, drug monographs, USMLE review questions, diagnostic tools, and more. The online book collection is very popular and it includes top titles such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, Dr. Michael Levitzky’s Pulmonary Physiology, Dr. Patricia Molina’s Endocrine Physiology, and the Current Diagnosis & Treatment series, just to name a few!
As a bonus, we can now offer expanded access to the Custom Curriculum component of this resource. Instructors can register their MyAccess profiles for the added capability of developing and managing interactive learning modules where they can assign readings, give quizzes, and track students’ progress. See the Custom Curriculum web page for more information or contact the School of Medicine Librarian Liaison, Kathy Kerdolff, if you have any other questions.
Two new collections have been added to our arsenal as well:
AccessMedicine’s HemOnc Collection, which provides online access to top titles in Hematology and Oncology, and the Case Files Collection, which adds over 1,000 case files to our subscription.
We have also renewed AccessEmergency Medicine at a level of 3 concurrent users, and thanks to continued funding from the Department of Surgery, we are able to maintain our AccessSurgery subscription at a level of 10 concurrent users. The Department of Surgery has been funding extra users on that subscription since 2008! We couldn’t have done it without you either! To maximize the usefulness of those limited users, please remember to sign out when you are finished using those databases.
We hope you find all of these subscriptions useful in your teaching, education, and research!
Tags: AccessEmergencyMedicine, AccessMedicine, AccessSurgery, Case Files Collection, Databases, ebooks, Hem/Onc Collection | E-Book News, E-Resource News, Library News, Medicine | Permalink | Comments Off on AccessMedicine upgrade, new products | Posted Tuesday, July 5, 2016 by Bishop, Marlene