University Libraries Alternative Operations Notice
The Knowledge Center, DeLaMare, and Savitt Libraries will be open from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday beginning July 6. Limited services will be available and librarians are available to assist you online.
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New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
A complete ranking system for US higher education institutions based on key academic progress and post-enrollment/graduation student financial outcomes normalized across a broad range of institution types for easy comparison. College ROI allows users to determine the value added contributions and benefit for each institution.
A publicly available web-based repository of objective, evidence-based clinical practice guideline content. Its purpose is to provide physicians, nurses, other clinical specialties, and members of the healthcare community with up-to-date, clinical practices to advance safe and effective patient care. This centralized repository includes evidence-based guidance developed by nationally- and internationally-recognized medical organizations and medical specialty societies. Formerly National Guidelines Clearinghouse.
Trial ends August 31, 2020.Please let us know what you think.
Osmosis is a video-based learning tool with over 1,200 content videos with comprehensive coverage of Pathology, Physiology, Pharmacology, and Clinical Reasoning. Note: Users will need to register/login for a personal account using their @unr.edu or @med.unr.edu email address.
PubChem provides freely accessible chemical information. Search chemicals by name, molecular formula, structure, and other identifiers. Find chemical and physical properties, biological activities, safety and toxicity information, patents, literature citations, and more.
Trial ends December 31, 2020.Please let us know what you think.
A web-based mapping and data visualization tool that provides historical and recent U.S. Census Data. This interactive interface grants access to census data ranging from 1790 to the most recently available data. Users can examine change over time and interpret patterns from the raw numbers.