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A.T. Still Library Newsletter ■ A.T Still Memorial Library Newsletter — May 2020
A.T Still Memorial Library Newsletter — May 2020
AT Still Memorial Library Newsletter
From the University Librarian
Hal Bright

May 2020 from the university librarian

Congratulations to all our A.T. Still University graduates. The library congratulates you on the culmination of all your hard work and studies, and wishes you well on your future endeavors. I hope the library has been an […]

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ATSU Missouri library's skeleton crew

May 2020 Missouri campus librarian update

The Missouri campus library has been working from home for the past several weeks, as have many other members of the A.T. Still University (ATSU) community. We miss our students and our offices, but we […]

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From the Arizona Campus Library
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3D printed face shield

ATSU library steps up to help during the Coronavirus crisis

In mid-March, the library was asked by A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (ATSU-KCOM) Dean Margaret Wilson, DO, dean of ATSU-KCOM, if 3D face shields for ATSU’s Gutensohn Clinic, Northeast Regional Medical Center, the […]

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Figshare: research data management tool

Figshare is an online platform for academic research data management and research data dissemination. It accepts all file types, and files are viewable through a browser. Figshare enables you to upload, share, cite, and discover […]

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May 2020 new e-books

Current diagnosis & treatment : surgery / [New York] : McGraw-Hill Education, 2020. Nolte’s the human brain : an introduction to its functional anatomy / Philadelphia, PA : Elsevier, Inc., [2021]. Legal and ethical issues for health […]

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Website & Guide News
an example of LibGuide options

Now that online learning is our temporary ‘new normal,’ A.T. Still Memorial Library would like to showcase a useful tool utilized by librarians and many A.T. Still University (ATSU) faculty: LibGuides What are LibGuides? LibGuides […]

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The A.T. Still Memorial Library announces a growing collection of resources to support your needs for accurate information about the novel coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19. Find it here, or from a link in the Discovery […]

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3-D Print Shop News
3D printing contest winners

A.T. Still Memorial Library’s 3D printing contest has ended, and we have our winners! Model designs were to be used in healthcare, either for education or in general. Judges graded the proposal and model for innovation, creativity, […]

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