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Skelly Bones, here, hard at work in the PCOM Library.

Did you know that you can put your scholarly work in the DigitalCommons@PCOM?

With the Author Dashboard, you can see how many times your works have been downloaded and where in the world your readers are located.

Currently, there are over 4,000 works in the DigitalCommons@PCOM; there have been a total of 157,500 downloads of PCOM scholarly works within the past year.


Library Research Seminar Series: Scopus and ORCiD

The Philadelphia Campus Library will be hosting a seminar on Scopus and ORCiD as part of the Library Research Seminar Series.

The session was previously announced to be held on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 but is currently being rescheduled.  

The event will be open to all and cookies will be served!

Contact Jackie Werner, Scholarly Communications & Research Librarian, for more information.


Open Science Panel

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Open Science Series and the Open Science Panel!

We hope you learned a lot about open science, including how and where to find information and your rights as an author.

Also, a special thank you to our PCOM panelists, Drs. Appelt and Rayalam, for taking the time to educate us on the topic. Stay tuned for more sessions from the PCOM Library!


Board Prep Guide

Are you preparing for boards? If so, check out the PCOM Library Board Prep Guide.

This guide provides links to the resources you need to study for the COMLEX, USMLE, NAPLEX, PANCE, and more. These resources include access to question banks, as well as a variety of electronic and print books.


Research Day

We are proud to announce the 7th Annual PCOM Research Day!

All members of the PCOM community are invited to celebrate research, innovation, scholarship, and creativity with a day of poster presentations on the Georgia and Philadelphia Campuses.

Philadelphia Campus Research Day will be held on May 3, 2017.

Georgia Campus Research Day will be held on May 16, 2017.

For more information please visit our blog.