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August 17
How can I locate information on a subject?

  • To search articles in Pubmed, use the quick search in the library home page, and search for button.
    Press the button, and enter the relevant details in the new opened sfx window.
    You can also search for articles on the databases the Library is subscribed for.

    If full text isn't available,
    check for a print version in the Aleph library catalog
    order the article from the InterLibrary Loan.
  • Requests for librarian-mediated searches can be made at the reference office on the first floor. Requests can be made at the circulation desk whenever a reference librarian is unavailable.

    The reference librarians can be consulted by telephone (675-8223, 88223, 675-8795, 88795). After 15:00, call 675-8535, 88535, 675-8791 or 88791.
    Formal group instruction in the use of library resources and database searching is available by appointment. Appointments can be made with Drora​, in the Reference Office, on the first floor of the library (telephone 675-8795 or 88795;


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