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Summer 2019 letter from the university librarian

August 16, 2019
Posted In: AT Still Library News

From the staff of the A.T. Still Memorial Library, we welcome our new students and welcome back our returning students. The library is here to serve you and support your education in the health professions. Our emails are libaz@atsu.edu and libmo@atsu.edu.  

ATSU Online red button image I wanted to give you my first tip of the year: look for the red A.T. Still University (ATSU) icon. When looking for articles in Still OneSearch or PubMed, look for the ATSU Online red icon, which indicates that the library should have access to the full text within its collections. Clicking on the icon will lead you to the full text. To see the full text links in PubMed or Google Scholar, you have to affiliate yourself with ATSU; or you can start your PubMed search form the library web site.  

Good luck this year and let us know if we can help support you.

by Harold Bright, MERLS, university librarian

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