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Ever wondered what the bright orange bar on the library homepage is all about? Well, wonder no more – it’s the popular links menu!

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We’ve put links to some of the most frequently used resources in one spot on the homepage. DynaMed, Netter Presenter to help you study anatomy, RefWorks, and popular databases like CINAHL and Web of Knowledge can also be found here. You can quickly link directly to the PBL Toolkits from this list, too. Visit the library website to check it out!

Is there a resource missing? Wondering why one resource is listed but not another? Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think at hhsl@tufts.edu!

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HHSL's New Homepage

As you may have noticed, the HHSL homepage has had a makeover! Aside from being more bright and cheerful, the page has some new features and a modified layout. The following is a brief overview of the changes – we’ll highlight some of the new features in more detail throughout the coming weeks, so be sure to check back.

  • The chat box is replaced with an Ask Us button in the header of the page. Click this to be taken to a page with all the ways to contact the library!
  • The images across the top of the page link to portals, which act as a “getting started” point for broad categories of interest to the Tufts Boston campus.
  • The orange bar in the middle of the page highlights our list of links to the most popular library resources.
  • Our navigation bar now highlights links to our social media accounts. Be sure to follow us!
  • The hours and library newsfeed are now more prominent in the right column.

How do you like the new look? Questions? Let us know what you think! (We are especially interested in hearing from Internet Explorer users, since we are aware that tweaks need to be made – feedback helps us troubleshoot more accurately and quickly.)

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