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October is National Medical Librarians Month, and Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies (PULSIS) Assistant Professor and Health Sciences Information Specialist Bethany McGowan, who has close to ten years of academic medical librarian experience, notes that 2019 brings medical librarians two years into the current U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) Strategic Plan, more…

October is Health Literacy Month, and to commemorate it, we asked Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies Health Sciences Information Specialist and Assistant Professor Jason Reed to share what he does in his work to support Purdue University faculty, students, and staff. What Does a Health Sciences Information Specialist Do? by Jason Reed, more…

In late 2017, at a conference in Bonn, Germany, Jason Reed and a few of his Purdue University colleagues convinced government officials to play a game. If you are wondering why on Earth people from Purdue would do such a thing, Earth is exactly why they did. Here’s some context… The conference was the Bonn more…

Featured New Books (click here for more new books) A First Course in Systems Biology Eberhard O. Voit

Starting this fall semester, Purdue Libraries will offer a text message reference service, in addition to email and chat services. Get a brief answer to your simple question. TEXT Purduelib to 66746 to get started! Purdue Libraries’ reference service has many options available, whether the physical library is open or not. In fact, Libraries is more…

Congratulations to all Libraries faculty promoted in 2012! Promoted to Professor of Library Science Michael Fosmire Promoted to Associate Professor of Library Science Christopher C. Miller Catherine Fraser Riehle Maribeth Slebodnick

Purdue Libraries has made some changes to reserve policies across the libraries to lessen confusion for those using the reserve system and ensure that reserves are available to all students as equitably as possible. These will be in effect beginning  January 9, 2012. Reserves will continue to be held by request of the instructor behind more…

Click on the cover picture or title for additional book details, holdings, and status information. Independent and supplementary prescribing : an essential guide edited by Molly Courtenay, Matt Griffiths ; foreword by June Crown (click for more new books)

Click on the cover picture or title for additional book details, holdings, and status information. Drug design : structure- and ligand-based approaches edited by Kenneth M. Merz, Dagmar Ringe, Charles H. Reynolds (click for more new books)

Purdue Libraries are partnering with ITaP to update computer workstations in all libraries across campus. Through the end of August, ITaP will be replacing the existing computer workstations with ITaP computers. This will give patrons access to ITaP-provided software and support within libraries. During the transition, computer workstations may be unavailable in some libraries. Tentative more…