2018 was a difficult year for the ITM library. 3 library staff left us, 2 remain. Nevertheless we managed to maintain basic library services - like timely document delivery - and avoid . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2017
In 2017 the ITM library was once again proud to present a whole range of new digital biomedical content. Major new e-resources include the Science Direct College Edition from Elsevier, with over . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2016
Mid-2016 the library changed position in ITM's organogram. After 10 years of being part of the director's services we moved on to the support services headed by general manager Jean-Christophe Donck. Assistant . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2015
2015 did not feature major changes in the library's organization, services or collections. Yet by the end of the year we were able to licence Nature Complete: i.e. the full content – . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2014
2014 saw the loss of a number of valuable library resources. Especially the loss of the Cebam Digital Library of Health substantially diminished our collection of online available journals. We also had . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2013
2013 started with a digital survey of our internal user community (ITM staff) consisting of 40 questions about knowledge, usage and appreciation of library services and resources. 84 colleagues responded and gave . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2012
2012 turned out to be a fairly uneventful year for the library's information resources. The number of journals, books and dissertations increased at a normal rate, but no new large e-journals or . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2011
At the start of 2011 the availability of online journals received a boost with the licencing of the CEBAM Digital Library for Health distributed by the Belgian Evidence-BAsed Medicine Center. Next to . . .
ITM Library - Annual Report 2010
Apart from a few additional titles, online journal subscriptions remained stable, with an overal availability range of over 8,000 online journals (including open access journals). But while e-journals have been outshining the . . .