April 6, 2023
Mayo Clinic staff, faculty, trainees, and students have access to a wide range of journals and online resources through the Mayo Clinic Libraries page. Learn what's new in the collection.
Note: Journals and other online resources available through Mayo Clinic Libraries are only available to current faculty, staff, students, and trainees. You will need to login using your Mayo Clinic credentials in order to access the resources described in this article.
Mayo Clinic Libraries has added over 750 new journals to the electronic collection, with titles ranging from "Accounts in Chemical Research" to "Zoonoses and Public Health." In addition to these new titles, backfile access has been added to 85 other popular titles to ensure you can quickly find older articles when needed.
Mayo Clinic staff, faculty, trainees, and students have access to these journals through the Mayo Clinic Libraries intranet page. Access to the Nomad article finder browser plugin has also been installed on all Mayo Clinic workstations.
The new titles have been added to a collection of over 7,000 other electronic journals and specialized databases. Staff and students have access to these resources from anywhere in the world using their Mayo Clinic login credentials on the Mayo Clinic Libraries homepage.
Looking for more library resources? Try these tools:
- Libby: A collection of e-books and audiobooks available on your own device or browser.
- JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments: A collection of over 15,000 videos demonstrating clinical skills, laboratory methods and key science concepts.
- Current Awareness: An email-based journal alerting service.
- BrowZine: A journal reading app.
Other library apps also are available, including UpToDate, Micromedex, and VisualDX. Visit the guide to library apps for more information.