The 2021 annual report for eHLbc is now available! Download at: Year in Review 2021
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Did you know: eHLbc publishes biannual progress reports? These comprehensive reports detail strategic activities the consortium has completed in a six-month time span.
eHLbc welcomes a new Affiliate Member: the Work Wellness Institute!
600,000 BC and Yukon students, researchers, and health practitioners have continued access to over 745 thousand journals, ebooks, videos, and point-of-care tools thanks to eHLbc.
Change is coming! eHLbc member organizations will soon have a new tool at their disposal to manage electronic resource licenses.
The fourth in our series of eHLbc Learning Opportunities will be a dive into OVID's Evidence Based Medicine Reviews (EBMR).
EBSCO's Discovery Service (EDS) is a customisable solution that allows users to search all of a library's resources in a single search.
Earlier this spring, an eHLbc member survey indicated strong interest in regular eHLbc Learning Opportunities for member library staff
We are very pleased to announce that the eHLbc Year in Review 2020 report is now available at: https://eh
We are sharing the news that eHLbc member Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine has joined the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.
The Fall issue of the biannual eHLbc newsletter Vital Signs is now available! Read about:
eHLbc’s Year in Review for 2019 is now available!
The report shares highlights from the past year, an infographic on the value of collaboration, a summary of the All Member Group meeting, and plans for the year ahead. Also included are financials from 2019/20. We hope you enjoy.
To support libraries in providing fully-online service delivery models during the coronavirus outbreak, EBSCO is offering to provide all eHLbc members with access to MEDLINE Complete until June 30.
The Permissions Project, to expand and update the License Terms and Conditions page on the eHLbc website, is now complete.
As work and educational priorities shift in response to COVID-19, eHLbc recognizes that post-secondary members are moving rapidly to online modes of service delivery.
On March 2, 2020, the CLOCKSS Archive announced that 11 journals have been triggered for open access.
eHLbc has launched the Member Forum, a members-only discussion space on the eHLbc website, for community members to communicate informally on topics of common interest.
CABI (Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International) is making over 17,000 records related to the coronavirus outbreak open access for three months (as of February 2020).