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Read the Spring 2018 issue of Plough Library's The Same Page newsletter (PDF).

New England Journal of Medicine

    In support of CBU's Physician Assistant program, Plough Library now has a subscription to The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) for all articles from 1990 to present. While NEJM is best known for publishing research that is scientifically important, accurate, and novel, NEJM content continues to guide clinicians through the evolving medical landscape and helps young physicians enhance their diagnostic skills. At the NEJM site , you’ll find: ... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at Jun 18

Memphis Business Journal - Now Available Online

Plough Library is now offering campus-wide, online access to the Memphis Business Journal . Students, faculty, and staff can read the full-text of MBJ articles, from both on and off-campus, using this custom URL: . Note: our subscription only allows for 10 simultaneous users. You may be presented with a message telling you to try back later if we’ve reached our maximum number of... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at Jun 13

LexisNexis Academic is now Nexis Uni

Paging all students and faculty! Before fall semester, be sure to check out Nexis Uni , the new research solution from LexisNexis designed with and for digital natives. Nexis Uni enables quick discovery across all content types, personalized discipline pages for those who set up individual profiles, and a collaborative workspace for group assignments. LexisNexis Academic has been retired, but the content offered in Nexis Uni is largely the same as LexisNexis Academic. Initially,... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at May 18

New Test Prep Database May 1st

As of Monday, April 30, we will no longer have access to the LearningExpress Library test prep database. Starting Tuesday, May 1, CBU will have access to a new database, Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC) , provided by Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL). In order to use the practice tests or resume functions, TERC requires users to sign up for a free account with a user name and password. Email is optional but recommended to access account and reset passwords. ... Read More
Posted by Deborah Babb at Apr 26