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The Medical Center Library is located in the Mudd building (between the hospital & TSCHE):
24-hour Duke Health ID access - seven days a week!
- ePrint is a Duke printing service.
- Names and IDs for all currently enrolled School of Medicine students have been added to our system.
- The ePrint station is located next to the Service Desk. Students can independently access it without monitoring from Library staff.
- Additional ePrint stations are available throughout campus, including the Trent Semans Center.
- A quick video on how to print efficiently and faster while reducing toner and paper use can be found here.
Numerous study carrels are available on level 2R & level 3 for individual or group study. First come, first served.
Study rooms may be reserved by faculty, staff, and students for 2 hour blocks per individual or group. Rooms may be scheduled for up to 1 week in advance (including the day of the reservation). After a 15-minute grace period for arrival, the space becomes available to others. Book online
If you want to know which books you currently have checked out, log in here with your NetID and Password.
In addition to numerous computers located on Level 2R (which require Duke Health ID and password for access):
- Patient Information Network (PIN) Stations are located on Level 2R.
- A scanning station is located on Level 2R. You can save your scans to a USB drive (USB drives are available for purchase at the Service Desk), send to the printer, or send to e-mail.
- Feel free to bring food and drink to the library.
- Vending machines are located on Level 1.
Access to citations in MEDLINE with links to participating online journals.
Searchable database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information for mathematical sciences literature.
Web of Science
Provides bibliographic data, full-length author abstracts, and cited references for peer-reviewed journals.
An online information community for independent and society journals in the field of theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics.
Interdisciplinary database of scholarly articles. When using Google Scholar on campus, "Get it at Duke" links will appear to facilitate connecting to Duke's online collections. You can also add these links so they appear when using Google Scholar from off campus by setting your "Scholar Preferences" to Duke University Libraries.
SmartSearch is a “discovery” tool that indexes content from top biomedical journals and databases, providing a fast, streamlined search through a single search box. It now has the capability to also search the vast print book collections of the Duke Libraries.
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