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  • Longer hours begin Tuesday, January 21

    Hardin Library begins the regular academic hours on Tuesday, January 21.  The 24-hour study remains open to all University of Iowa affiliates whenever the library is closed. Monday-Thursday 7:30am-Midnight Friday 7:30am-8pm Saturday […]

  • Got EndNote Desktop? Got Mac? | Read this before upgrading to Catalina OS

    The latest Mac operating system, Catalina, runs only 64-bit apps. While the original version of EndNote X9 is a 32-bit app, the latest EndNote upgrade is a 64-bit app.   If you have EndNote Desktop on your computer and have not yet […]

  • Hardin Library closed Monday, January 20 for Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

    The Hardin Library will be closed Monday, January 20 for the University Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.  The library will re-open at 7:30am on Tuesday, January 21.  The 24-hour study is available whenever the library is closed […]

  • Return Billed Books | Get Credit for Charges

    Our library is mostly fine-free. If you were billed a replacement charge for an overdue book owned by University of Iowa, simply return it to any University of Iowa Library/UIowa Law Library and you will receive a credit for the […]

  • Mental Illness and Addiction Biographies | Remembering Elizabeth Wurtzel

    Author Elizabeth Wurtzel’s groundbreaking biography about depression Prozac Nation inspired many other confession-style biographies.  Ms. Wurtzel died from metastasized cancer on January 7, 2020.  Here is a selected list of […]

  • Longer January Hours @Hardin Library

    Longer interim hours at Hardin Library begun January 6.  The 24-hour study is open whenever the Hardin Library is closed.   Monday-Thursday (January 6-9, 13-16) 7:30am-9pm Friday (January 9 & 16) 7:30am-6pm Saturday (January […]

  • Lower Pioneer of Experimental Physiology | December 2019 Notes from The John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

    RICHARD LOWER (1631-1691). Tractatus de corde. Amsterdam: Apud Danielem Elzevirium, 1669. [16] 232 pp   Richard Lower was one of the foremost English physiologists of the seventeenth century. Soon after receiving his M.D. […]

  • New ebooks in ClinicalKey including New titles on Concussion, Addictions, Emergency Ultrasound

    Addiction Medicine: Science and Practice (Johnson, Bankole) 2nd ed Assessment and Treatment of Addiction, The (Danovitch, Itai) **NEW** Atlas of Facial Implants (Yaremchuk, Michael) 2nd ed **NEW** Atlas of Uncommon Pain Syndromes (Waldman, […]

  • Have time to relax? | free movies and music available online

    Do you have time to enjoy some music or movies?  We can help you with that. Selected Streaming Music BabelScores  read recent/contemporary music scores and listen to recordings.  Contemporary World Music includes sounds from […]

  • *New* Voice Search InfoHawk+

    The newest update to InfoHawk+ includes a voice search assistant enhancement in SOME  (chromium-based) browsers. Works in: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge Chromium, Opera, Amazon Silk How to use: *select the Microphone icon, *begin […]

  • Open Access to Research Data

    Written by Brian Westra, Data Services Manager This year’s International Open Access Week is emphasizing equitable foundations for open knowledge. Across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities there is a growing […]

  • Scholarly Communications and OA

    Written by Mahrya Burnett, Scholarly Communications Librarian       In the libraries, we spend the whole month of October celebrating Open Access (OA), and with good reason. As scholarly publishing continues to evolve […]

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