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No unsolicited donations, please.

No unsolicited donations, please.

Due to the reorganization of the university, library positions have been eliminated, and therefore, we no longer have the staff to process unsolicited donations. The library will only accept donations we need to add to our library collection.

The new donation policy for Creighton University Health Sciences Library follows:

1.     Before offering material to the library, check our library holdings to see if we already have a copy of the material you wish to donate. Go to our library’s home page and select JaySearch Advanced.


2.     Please provide an inventory of any materials you wish to donate. The inventory item list should include the title, author, and publication date.  For periodicals, please include the title, volume, number and year of each periodical issue. The title and the year range of back issues of a periodical title would suffice.


3.     We will only accept material published within the most recent 10 years, unless the material has a historical significance in a subject matter for a Creighton University department.


Again, we no longer accept unsolicited material, please contact Marcella Dial to make donation arrangements at 402-280-5139 or


Posted May 10, 2018

Thieme ebook library becomes Thieme MedOne Education

Thieme ebook library becomes Thieme MedOne Education

Thieme has moved their ebook collection to a new platform, MedOne Education.

From Thieme:

"(MedOne Education is) your resource for fully illustrated downloadable medical textbooks:

  • Offering medical students, researchers, and clinicians access to lavishly detailed full-color textbooks with stunning visuals

  • Covering every course in the medical school curriculum, making MedOne Education an ideal supplement and study companion

  • The MedOne app provides mobile access for online and offline access to all content

  • Create customized study playlists of your favorite content collections from personal files or external links"


Free (with registration on web site) MedOne Education apps are available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Library staff will begin changing links in the libguides. Old links should automatically redirect to the new site for a few months. Please contact if you have questions or problems with access.

Posted April 30, 2018


Wiley Online Library change

Wiley Online Library change

The library did not have the budget to renew the previous "big deal" package of Wiley journals this year. We have renewed "ala carte" subscriptions to the most used Wiley journals. Sadly, many heavily used titles could not be renewed with the funds available. One can request articles from these discontinued journals via interlibrary loan for access within a day or two in most cases.

Posted April 30, 2018

An item for your graduation to do list

An item for your graduation to do list

Before you leave campus, register for ExamMaster, BoardVitals, AccessMedicine, and ClinicalKey. Upon graduation your NetID will no longer grant you access to the library databases. However, if you register on these vendor's platforms you should have 90 more days of access. You will be able to use their licensing review question banks to prepare for NAPLEX, NCLEX, and etc. Good luck Class of 2018!

Posted April 23, 2018

New AccessPharmacy titles

New AccessMedicine editions

Using HSL Small Group Rooms

Using HSL Small Group Rooms

Beginning Wednesday, November 8th, 2017, groups of two (2) or more will be able to reserve our Small Group Study Rooms, from 4 hours to one week in advance (they cannot be booked in advance for individual use).

This applies only to the following roomsBICR 239A, 239B, 239C, 240A, 240B, 241, 242, 243, 244, and 244A.

Reservations will be limited to Creighton University students, faculty, and staff (a CU email is necessary).

Individuals or groups will still be able to use rooms not reserved, but may find their checkout time truncated if a room has an existing reservation.

Individuals will be able to reserve any combination of rooms for group use for a total of two (2) hours per day, up to eight (8) hours per week (Sunday to Saturday).  FYI, groups will need to coordinate their reservations to get a room longer than two hours in a row.

After a reservation has been submitted, a confirmation email should be received.
You will have one hour to confirm your reservation, or it will be automatically canceled.

You will have 15 minutes after the Reservation start time to pick up the key to your room.
Failure to retrieve the key in that time will result in cancelation of the reservation.

Visit our LibGuides page for more information, or go straight to the reservations page here.

Access to building

Access to building

The fences around the old hospital are making it difficult to get to our entrance. The only access to the front door is by walking south on the sidewalk between our building and the dental school from Burt Street. Monday through Friday before about 6 pm; you can access the building from the doors on the south side of the garage under our building. If you park in the visitor's lot west of the dental school you should walk east along Burt Street. Please call us at 402 280 5109 if you have questions as there will be changes as the demolition around the hospital progresses.

Posted June 19, 2017
Revised July 30, 2017

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