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  • Memorial Day Weekend Hours

    The Hardin Library will be open the weekend before Memorial Day: Saturday, May 25 from 10am-2pm Sunday, May 26 from Noon-4pm The library will be closed on Monday, May 27 for the Memorial Day holiday. The 24-hour study is available whenever […]

  • Hardin Open Workshops | Learn Something New This Summer!

    Hardin Library is offering a wide variety of workshops this summer! Learn something new. Hardin Open Workshops Schedule and Sign Up  Summer workshops include: Keeping Current EndNote Desktop EndNote Collaboration Systematic Reviews […]

  • Benzi’s Observations on Galen | May 2019 Notes from the John Martin Rare Book Room @Hardin Library

    UGO BENZI (1376-1439). Expositio super libros Tegni Galeni. Venice: Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 1498 Benzi, also know as Hugo of Siena,  initially studied philosophy and medicine at the University of Siena. He […]

  • Final List of Subscription Cancellations Available

    by Linda Walton, Associate University Librarian  The UI Libraries has published a finalized list of cancelled subscriptions to journals, databases, and e-books.  These cancellation decisions were made after considering feedback […]

  • Congratulations to Hardin’s Spring 2019 Graduate Student Graduates

    Kayla Hodgson is receiving a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science in May, 2019.  After graduating, Kayla will start as the new Youth and Teen Services Assistant Librarian at the North Liberty Community Library.  […]

  • Congratulations to Hardin’s Spring Undergraduate Graduates

    Francis Bass is receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Creative Writing with honors. Francis will be moving to Philadelphia where he plans to find a job for pay and continue to purse a career as a professional writer.  […]

  • Springer Nature Protocols | New Experiments Research Tool

    Because the UI Libraries subscribes to Nature Methods, Nature Protocols, and Springer Protocols, we now have access to Springer  Nature Experiments at no extra charge.   Springer Nature Experiments combines search results […]

  • Faculty, P&S, Graduate Students | Time to Renew or Return Materials

    All annual loans due in June, 2019 may now be renewed for another year. You may renew your loans: by signing into my account by bringing your books to the library and asking for renewals by calling the library at 319-335-9151 You may […]

  • History of Medicine Society Presentations and Events | September 2019-April 2020

    University of Iowa History of Medicine Society Presentations and Events 2019-2020 All events open to the public. Thursday, September 26, 5:30-6:30pm, 2117 MERF Harold Adams, Professor, Neurology, University of Iowa Stroke and the American […]

  • Lou Barker & Jake Edwards | 2019 Library Student Employee Scholarship Winners

    Lou Barker is the recipient of the Dale M. and Mary Gail Bentz Libraries Student Employee Scholarship.   “I came to the UI for violin performance–the chamber music program here is really inclusive and brings in a lot […]

  • 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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The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) office for the Greater Midwest Region is located at Hardin Library for the Health Sciences at the University of Iowa. By collaborating, training, and funding over 1,100 health centers, health departments, community organizations, as well as medical, public, and school libraries in a 10 state region, the office supports the mission of the NNLM to advance the progress of medicine and improve public health through access to health information.