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Current CD-ROMs, DVDs, Audio and Videocassettes, and Materials for Loan (2006 - present)

We have a number of CD-ROMs, DVDs, audio and videocassettes, and literature available for loan. For older materials, go to the Archived CD-ROMs, DVDs, Audio and Videocassettes, and Materials for Loan page.

These materials are ONLY available to staff of network libraries within the NN/LM Pacific Southwest Region. Requests are limited to 1 item per order. Because we have waiting lists for these items, they must be returned within 2 weeks from the date of receipt. There is no charge for borrowing them.

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Fill out the contact information below, then check the box next to the number(s) of the item(s) you would like to borrow. Once you have made your selection click on the SUBMIT button.


Please provide us with the following information:


ItemDescription
01.
What is a systematic review? What are the practice guidelines? How do I negotiate my contribution? Join our panel of speakers as they discuss what is really needed and resources for improving your skills. They will tackle these issues and discuss opportunities for librarians to be part of the team. (DVD)
02.
The goal of this webcast is to familiarize information professionals with current practical applications of mobile technologies in clinical and curricular support settings. Topics will highlight innovative uses of mobile technologies, address technology challenges, and provide best practice guidance for applying in viewers local environments. (DVD)
03.
This webcast will introduce information professionals to some of the emerging trends in biomedical research and healthcare environments that present new opportunities for partnership, collaboration, and support. Translational science, e-science, and electronic health records are characterized by large amounts of information and data. These offer new and expanded roles for information professionals in data management, curation, sharing and integration; new models for scholarly publication; new ways to collaborate with Clinical and Translational Science Award centers and their constituents; and new opportunities to educate health and information technology professionals in the meaningful use of health information via electronic health record systems.(DVD)
04.
NLM's Medical Subject Headings were first published as a separate publication in 1960. In 2010 we are observing the fiftieth anniversary for the Medical Subject Headings. (DVD)
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The goal of this webcast is to familiarize information professionals with electronic books and the associated collection management issues related to various platforms, pricing models, licensing agreements, term of ownership, resource management and access methods so that they have the knowledge to make informed decisions which will best serve their constituents.(DVD)
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The goal of this program is to clarify the terminology surrounding the emerging electronic health information environment and to illustrate how and why health sciences librarians can and should become engaged with the efforts to achieve the national 2014 goal of instituting an electronic health record for each person in the United States.(DVD)
07.
The goal of this webcast is to familiarize information professionals with current and emerging mobile technologies, innovative initiatives using mobile devices, useful mobile software applications, and funding options for projects using mobile devices.(DVD)
08.
The goal of this webcast is to identify ways to enhance the balance between work and life, provide an overview of the institutional, professional and personal benefits of encouraging balance, and outline considerations for implementing successful changes.(DVD)
09.
The goal of this webcast is to identify ways to enhance the balance between work and life, provide an overview of the institutional, professional and personal benefits of encouraging balance, and outline considerations for implementing successful changes.(VHS)
10.
Intended for early to mid-elementary school students. The video content is appropriate for unsupervised viewing by children. For most effective learning, we recommend that parents and children watch the video together. Produced by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, McCoogan Library of Medicine.(DVD)
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This class will help librarians and others involved in health information outreach design quality programs and garner support by taking the right first step: collecting community and needs assessment information about the groups of people who will be involved.
(DVD, 3 hours)
NOTE: Links to course materials and handouts are available at http://nnlm.gov/training/community/index.html.
12.
This webcast helps provide a basic understanding of disaster planning and service continuity, assess the effect of disaster on health sciences library services, and provide a basic template for disaster planning.(DVD)
13.
This webcast helps provide a basic understanding of disaster planning and service continuity, assess the effect of disaster on health sciences library services, and provide a basic template for disaster planning.(VHS)
14.
This webcast helps you understand webcast 2.0 terminology, recognize web 2.0 technology and their possible effects in library and health care services, recognize feature differences among available tools, and assess the efficacy of particular web 2.0 technologies for use in their own environments.(DVD)
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This webcast helps you understand webcast 2.0 terminology, recognize web 2.0 technology and their possible effects in library and health care services, recognize feature differences among available tools, and assess the efficacy of particular web 2.0 technologies for use in their own environments.(VHS)
16.
This webcast introduces significant models of scholarly publishing; explores the impact of open access on hospital libraries, academic libraries, and authors; and discusses practical examples of new models of scholarly publishing from both university and hospital perspectives.(DVD)
17.
This webcast introduces significant models of scholarly publishing; explores the impact of open access on hospital libraries, academic libraries, and authors; and discusses practical examples of new models of scholarly publishing from both university and hospital perspectives.(VHS)
18.
Enhance knowledge and encourage participation of information professionals in helping secure a firm position for libraries in their organizations through assessment and promotion.(DVD)
19.
Enhance knowledge and encourage participation of information professionals in helping secure a firm position for libraries in their organizations through assessment and promotion.(VHS)
20.
Career Exploration: Find Out What it Takes to Become a Medical Librarian! Includes links to informational brochures. (DVD)
21.
Information professionals will be exposed to new and emerging technologies and encouraged in their use for information management.(DVD)
22.
Information professionals will be exposed to new and emerging technologies and encouraged in their use for information management.(VHS)