ClinicalKey Content Update:
Please note: A dosage error for hydromorphone HCL (in Child and Adolescent ≥50 kg) has been found and corrected in The Harriet Lane Handbook, 21st edition. The original text indicated that the dose was weight-based, and it is not. The correct text is as follows:
Child and adolescent (≥50 kg; NOTE: doses are NOT weight-based):
IV: 0.2–0.6 mg/dose Q2–4 hr PRN
Should you own a print version of the book and wish to receive a sticker with the correction to print page 915, please request the sticker here:
Need a study break? Ellis Library has lots of fun stuff in addition to resources for your academic classes. Take a look at a display of some of our DVDs near the Reference Desk.
Will you take home a 90s classic, a comedy, or a Disney flick? Maybe action is more your speed? We’ll supply the movies. You supply the popcorn.
Every year, the Daniel Boone Regional Library system hosts a community One Read. This year, the selection is Turner House by Angela Flournoy. Stop by our display near the Reference Desk at Ellis Library to find read-alikes and nonfiction titles on themes such as folklore and housing. All books on display are available for check out.
Grab a program with One Read event listings, including an author talk on September 27th at 7 pm at Launer Auditorium at Columbia College. We also have information on how to get a free public library card and how their materials (like audiobooks and DVDs of popular television shows) complement the academic resources available to you through Mizzou Libraries.
First of all, what is Zotero, and why might you want to use it? If you’ve ever worried about plagiarism after losing track of where the text you cut-and-pasted into your notes came from or whose idea you were paraphrasing where, a research tool like Zotero can help. It keeps all of your citations in one location, and it can format those citations in hundreds of styles (including in-text citations and your reference list). How much does this amazing program cost? Good news, Zotero is free and open source. Interested? Ellis Library offers workshops on using Zotero, and you can find lots of information in our handy guide.
To get Zotero, you can download the latest version from their website, or you can stop by the Ellis Library Reference Desk for one-on-one assistance downloading Zotero to your laptop. Technical help getting Zotero installed on your laptop is available during these hours:
Monday 9 am – 7 pm
Tuesday 9 am – 7 pm
Wednesday 9 am – 7 pm
Thursday 9 am – 7 pm
Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday noon – 7 pm
If you are planning on attending the Zotero session of LibWIS on September 15th, you must have it installed on your laptop before the session begins at 3:15 pm. Stop by the reference desk at one of the times above, or help will be available in the classroom from 3:00-3:15 pm.
Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment in World War II
Less than three months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and inflamed the nation, President Roosevelt signed an executive order declaring parts of four western states to be a war zone operating under military rule. The U.S. Army immediately began rounding up thousands of Japanese-Americans, sometimes giving them less than 24 hours to vacate their houses and farms. For the rest of the war, these victims of war hysteria were imprisoned in primitive camps.
Learn more about the book, events and more one read resources
Why a One Read?
For students, faculty, and staff, it is important to be exposed to and aware of aspects of the world beyond their own daily experiences. To facilitate this understanding, and also to strengthen our campus community, Mizzou Law started a One Read program in 2015. This year, MU Libraries is thrilled to join the program and invite all students, staff, and faculty to read a particular book relating to diversity, inclusion, and current issues of social justice.
We believe that a One Read program will strengthen our Mizzou community by providing a focus for yearlong conversations and events across campus. Over the past several years, our attention has been drawn by events around the U.S. to issues of race and the experience of “otherness.” These issues reflect the challenges of seeing the world from another’s perspective – an imperative skill at any University, and as a member of society.
Found an article online, but aren’t sure how to get the entire article? Did the website ask you to sign in or pay a fee? Want an easy way to request an article while searching on your phone? Request your article via Twitter using #MizzouPDF.
In your tweet, be sure to use an identifier like a DOI, PMID, article title, or any information you have about the article. Including your MU pawprint will make the process faster, but we can private message you back if you don’t want to include your pawprint. With the information you’ve given us, we will send the article through your university email. It’s simple to do! Here is a good example of how to tweet your article request:
This service is open to current MU faculty, students, and staff.
Remember, you can still request articles while in databases like PubMed, Scopus, EbscoHost, etc., by clicking on and selecting “Request a copy”.
Are you curious about the integration of homeopathic treatments with traditional medicine? Learn about the body’s natural energy state and how it corresponds to various health issues.
How does a holistic treatment approach influence nursing or pediatric care? Learn about integrative medicine and the science behind integrating alternative treatments with traditional medicine with this new book display. The book display is located on the second floor across from the information desk.
Kanopy is a web-based digital video delivery service that allows colleges and universities to stream more than 26,000 films. They have classic cinema, Indie Films and top documentaries.
You can browse the collection in Merlin by either doing an author search for kanopy or by going to Kanopy Streaming Films and Documentaries website
Available on ROKU or IOS or Android
Tutors from the Writing Center will be offering one-on-one writing support in Ellis Library again this fall. All Mizzou students can take advantage of this service. Tutors can help with all stages of the writing process: brainstorming, revising, polishing a final draft. They are familiar with a variety of writing styles and formats.
Writing Tutors’ Schedule
Ellis Library, Room 151-E
Sunday, August 27 through Finals Week
(no tutors during Thanksgiving Week)
Sunday 4:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday noon – 9:00 pm
Tuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sign up for appointments on the sign-up sheet which will be posted on the door to Room 151-E at the start of tutoring hours that day. Appointments are for fifty minutes.
Visit the Writing Center’s website to find out more about the writing assistance they offer.
We have reports that some students have received email messages that appear to be from the University of Missouri Libraries. The messages ask recipients to click on a link to reactivate their library accounts. These messages do not come from the Libraries. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK. If you have questions, you may contact a librarian at libraryanswers.missouri.edu/.
Below is a sample of the fake email message.
Your access to your library account is expiring soon due to inactivity. To continue to have access to the library services, you must reactivate your account.
For this purpose, click the web address below. A successful login will activate your account and you will be redirected to a database as random.Click here.
If you are not able to login, please contact Susan Jackson at email@example.com for immediate assistance.
University of Missouri