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Access to CSU Veterinary journals search engine and online subscriptions (this can be two wishes)
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access site on internet, vs intranet access PDF's of articles
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examples of research protocols (in COMIRB format, for example) covering a variety/range of methodologies: focus groups, chart review/medical record abstraction, surveys, cognitive interviewing, etc very clear, obvious, user-friendly links to accessing online resources from other University of Colorado libraries (for those of us looking for things like history, anthropology, sociology) institutional subscription to a citation manager. (seriously. this is huge. we need this.)
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Café (lots of outlets and charging stations integrated) Some massage chairs--studying is exhausting, and most of us have FT jobs, we could use the relaxation Training Resources Online (if they already exist, perhaps make them easier to find)
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make linking to articles (thru Pubmed) easier. Access to more pharmacy resources (pharmacist's letter; the medical letter)
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Be able to sign in and have a saved list of journals that you want to review each month with the link to the most recent issue
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To decrease all the pop up windows when I am searching for articles.
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Cafe serving coffee and food open while the library is open. streamlined off campus journal access. Currently you have to put in the name, click the link, open another window, click it again, and usually just go to the journal website and find the article again.
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Keep study rooms for 2+ people only Subscribe to more scientific journals When searching for scientific articles, the Google Scholar links often do not successfully connect to the library's copy of the article.
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