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New Accessmedicine books and editions September 2019

New ClinicalKey books and edtions September 2019

New ClinicalKey books and edtions September 2019

·         Autoantibodies (Shoenfeld, Yehuda) 3rd ed;

·         Chapman & Nakielny’s Aids to Radiological Differential Diagnosis (Rafiee, Hameed) 7th ed;

·         Evidence-Based Practice of Critical Care (Deutschman, Clifford) 3rd ed;

·         Genomic and Precision Medicine: Infectious and Inflammatory Disease (Ginsburg, Geoffrey) 3rd ed;

·         Goldman-Cecil Medicine (Goldman, Lee) 26th ed;

·         Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases (Bennett, John) 9th ed;

·         Mechanical Circulatory Support (Kirklin, James) 2nd ed;

·         Operative Techniques: Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery (Schemitsch, Emil) 2nd ed;

·         Orthotics and Prosthetics in Rehabilitation (Chui, Kevin) 4th ed;

·         Point of Care Ultrasound (Soni, Nilam) 2nd ed;

·         Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine (Cameron, Peter) 5th ed;

·         Textbook of Interventional Cardiology (Topol, Eric) 8th ed;


New Almanac of Higher Education published

New Almanac of Higher Education published

Learn how higher education is serving its students and the economy with The Chronicle's 32nd annual Almanac of Higher Education. The special issue provides the data you need to inform decision-making.

Find detailed tables and analysis on leadership, faculty pay, tenure, enrollment, online learning, diversity, state spending, and more, with special attention to certain colleges’ strategies for rapid growth and the reasons for declining enrollment among African-American students. 

The libraries provide a campus license to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Posted August 26, 2019


Install Office365 on your home computer

Install Office365 on your home computer

Start off the new school year with Office365 installed on up to 5 non-CU owned computers.

Look for Office 365 near the top middle of this page and click the link.

Sign into Office365 with your NetID and password

Look for the "Install Office" button near the top right.

Click on the "Install Office" button and then select and click "Other install options" for full versions of Word, Excel, etc.

Click on the orange "Install Office" button.


Read all the details at:

They also provide links to Microsoft tutorials.


Posted August 8, 2019
Revised August 11, 2019

Room Reservations at the Health Sciences Library:

Room Reservations at the Health Sciences Library:

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

  • After your reservation has been submitted, you should receive a confirmation email (be sure to check your Junk Mail if you don't see it within two minutes).

  • Reservations are limited to Creighton University student, faculty, and staff use.

  • Reservations must be made at least 2 hours prior to use.

  • Reservations may be made up to 14 days in advance.

  • 8 hours of reservations per day allowed, in 2 hour blocks.

  • 24 hours of reservations per week allowed.

  • You have 15 minutes after the Reservation start time to occupy the room, or you may lose your reservation.

  • To cancel a reservation yourself, use the link in your confirmation email.

  • Individuals or groups may use rooms not reserved on a walk-in basis, but must vacate the rooms for users with valid reservations.

  • For additional information or assistance, call the HSL at (402)280-5109 or (402)280-5138.

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