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Embellished Medical Title Pages at LHS-Chicago

A new exhibit at the UIC Library of the Health Sciences-Chicago titled “Embellished medical title pages: the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries” highlights decorative title pages from the rare book collection of the…

UIC Library celebrates Open Access Week, October 19-23

UIC celebrates Open Access Week, October 19-23, 2009, with three programs sponsored by the Library that explore the principles, advantages, and impact of providing unfettered access to research results. The open access movement…

English in Print: from Caxton to Milton

The Special Collections Department at the Richard J. Daley Library invites you to a new exhibit, on view October 2-November 30, 2009. The English in Print exhibit features 50 early imprints from the…

Updated RefWorks Quick Start Guide is Available!

New and updated sections on the RefWorks Quick Start Guide include: Exporting References into Cochrane and EMBASE Using RefGrab-It with PubMed Updated Write-N-Cite section and more! , field_56ba6f8fdb00c

Register for SciFinder Scholar Web version by November 16

The UIC Library now has access to the latest version of SciFinder Scholar in its new format, SciFinder Scholar Web (SFWeb) version. Users must register for SFWeb with their UIC email accounts by…

JBI COnNECT Update

There are two new nodes that you can search through in JBI COnNECT: Burns Care Mental Health Access is also available for Psych Evidence Matters, an evidence-based tool.  This new tool can be…

Celebrate freedom to read during Banned Books Week

Librarians and readers celebrate Banned Books Week (BBW) September 26 – October 3, 2009. Observed since 1982, this event reminds Americans not to take for granted our First Amendment right to free expression.…

Text a Librarian at 773-442-ASKS

You can text a UIC librarian at 773-442-2757 to ask where to find facts, how to start your research, which resources will help you in a particular course, and get answers to your…

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