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BrowZine, Himmelfarb Library's iPad e-journals app, now provides integration with RefWorks so users can easily save citations. BrowZine is a new technology which allows GW affiliates to read their favorite Himmelfarb Library journals on their iPads. BrowZine allows users to select their favorite titles across multiple publishers and platforms in a single app.  BrowZine users are able to:

  • Easily read journals in a format that is optimized for iPads.
  • Create a personal bookshelf of favorite journals.
  • Be alerted when new editions of journals are published.
  • Easily add citation to RefWorks or save to Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox and other services.

To get started with BrowZine:

  • Download the free BrowZine app from the iTunes store.
  • Select ‘Settings' then select ‘George Washington University - Himmelfarb Library'
  • A login screen will display automatically; enter your last name and GWid (G#). If you need assistance with your GWid (G#), please email

For additional mobile resources from Himmelfarb Library, please consult our Mobile page.  If you have questions or comments, contact Laura Abate at

The wireless printing setup for Himmelfarb Library's black and white printers on the 1st and 3rd floors have been updated.  Users should uninstall these printers, and then install the updated set-up packets available on our Wireless Printing page.

For Windows 7

Installation Programs - Ricoh Printer

For Windows XP/VISTA
Installation Programs - Ricoh Printer

Printing packets for the Xerox and color printers are unchanged and do not require updates at this time.


A recent JAMA article,The Evolving Role and Value of Libraries and Librarians in Health Care, describes the positive effect that libraries and librarians can have on health care. In this article, Sollenberger and Holloway provide insight into recent trends in health sciences libraries and also describe studies which have demonstrated their positive value including changes in patient care decision-making based on information obtained from library information resources; improved efficiency and effectiveness medical evidence search skills; and librarians involved in patient safety and quality improvement initiatives.

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