New on the Library Web Site
The Library’s new LibGuides publishing system helps us create new resource guides, tutorials, and much more content quicker than ever before. Here’s a look at some of the new pages and resources available. Please note: All links are Mayo Clinic ONLY.
Featured New Pages and Resources
Plagiarism: Understanding & Preventing Plagiarism helps readers understand what plagiarism is, how to prevent it, and how to detect it. Featured are Mayo Clinic’s guidelines, new articles in the scientific literature, and helpful web sites on plagiarism. Learn what resources the library has available for writers, publishers, and others across the institution.
Copyright Compliance in Mayo Student Coursework and Staff-Development helps Mayo Clinic staff and students determine the professional permissions requirements needed for making or distributing PDF’s, paper copies, or Mayo Clinic Libraries-related links for educational use at Mayo Clinic. This guide will take users through: Step 1: exceptions for asking for permission; Step 2: the Fair Use Balance Test; and Step 3: how to request permission when exceptions and Fair Use do not apply.
Mobile Device Resources & Information contains a wealth of information on the mobile applications helpful to health professionals and students, including apps available through the Mayo Clinic Libraries. Also includes tips for installing apps, eBooks for learning about using mobile devices, information on e-Readers, and the latest articles on mobile health in PubMed.
More New Pages and Resources
- Subject Guides
- Career Development
- Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender (GLBT) Health Resources
- Mobile Device Resources & Information
- Occupational Therapy
- Plagiarism: Understanding & Preventing Plagiarism
- Pre-Operative Internal Medicine Exam
- Radiation Therapy
- Respiratory Care
- Seasonal Influenza
- Travel Resources
- Course Guides
- Block III: Human Structure (Anatomy) (MMS)
- Block IV: Improving the Public’s Health (MMS)
- Psychiatry Clerkship (MMS)
- Help and Tutorials
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