Category Archives: Software/Multimedia

New: 3D Human Anatomy Modeling

Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas provides a new way to study and explore anatomy. This online anatomy atlas allows users to view specific structures and layers from head to toe, rotate anatomical models, and explore systemic and regional anatomy. Visible … Continue reading

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Revamp Your Teaching with Open-Source Modules

How do you teach?  If you’re interested in adding innovation to your instruction, check out online modules made available by GW faculty! Online teaching materials and modules serve as  great teaching tools in medical education.  GW’s SMHS and CNHS faculty … Continue reading

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Potential Predatory vs. Legitimate Journals: Can You Tell the Difference?

Scholarly publishing has undergone a significant transformation with the rise of the Internet. Scholarly journals are now predominantly available in electronic format rather than in traditional print formats. This shift prompted the introduction of open access publishing – a movement … Continue reading

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New WEPA Interface

The WEPA print stations are being upgraded Saturday night and will have a new user interface when you next print!   The new screens will be more intuitive and offer more options.  You will be able to quickly add files to … Continue reading

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Announcing Launch of the Historical Collection!

Himmelfarb Library Artist Rendered Model Himmelfarb Library announces the launch of a new digital collection in June 2017 in the Health Sciences Research Commons, the Historical Collection. The focus of the collection is the people, places, and events that make … Continue reading

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Need data? Want graphics?

Want to compare health data between states?   Interested in exploring data via maps, rank,  tables and bar graphs?   Check out the new State Health Compare tool developed by the the  State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) at … Continue reading

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Exhibit: “Deaf: Cultures and Communication, 1600 to the Present”

What does it mean to be Deaf?  This question is explored by a Yale University exhibit that demonstrates deafness as both an audiological condition as well as a shared language and culture. Himmelfarb Library is featuring Yale University’s Harvey Cushing/John … Continue reading

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