Touro College now has access to an exciting new resource specifically formulated for point of care use!
What is DynaMed?
DynaMed is a clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and health care professionals for clinical/point of care use. DynaMed provides current evidence-based information that is accessible anytime, anywhere.
March is Women’s History Month! Indeed, the end of the month is nearing, but it isn’t too late to honor the women in your lives: mothers, sisters, wives, teachers and those women today, and in history, who followed their hearts and dreams, took risks, stood up against injustices and fought for the freedoms and rights that some of us benefit from today.
The Midwood Library (Avenue J) currently provides students access to the Bloomberg Essentials Program at Touro College. The Bloomberg Essentials Online Training program is designed to provide users with an introduction to the Bloomberg Professional Service. Continue reading →
Touro College Libraries provides access to several streaming video databases.
The videos available through the databases can be viewed online and shared with classmates, colleagues or students. You can create playlists with clips from several different titles to help visually illustrate your point, emphasize something that was discussed in class or give a really interesting presentation!
Although the state of the internet is far more advanced, and there is a far larger body of credible, useful information available to be discovered, many of the guidelines the Touro Libraries first put forth in the Fall 1998 edition of our newsletter are still sound advice. The original article, titled “Research on the Internet,” aimed to address the mistaken impression, if you’ll forgive the archaism, “that ‘surfing the web’ is the best way to retrieve information.”
If Google can sometimes seem like a mind-reading magical genie, Databases are more like that persnickety substitute teacher who insists you ask “May I” instead of “Can I go to the restroom?” But don’t let that scare you away! Although databases might be a little bit more particular about how you enter your searches, once you become familiar with a few key features, you’ll be able to pull up dozens of relevant, credible, academic articles in far less time than it would take to sift through millions of questionable Google results.
How do I access online articles from home? How can I read an e-book from a non-Touro computer? By signing into My Account on Touro Library’s homepage, you have access to online journals, article databases, e-books, and online videos from the comfort of home. Here is how to register for My Account: