Essential Doody Enterprise Resources Available from Rittenhouse

The wait is over! The 2021 Edition of Doody’s Core Titles (DCT) has been released, and is now integrated across Rittenhouse.com and R2library.com. The DCT health sciences list and collection development tools from Rittenhouse are now available for free to Rittenhouse academic library and hospital partners. 2021 Doody’s Core Titles DCT is a trusted and essential list released annually by Doody Enterprises, Inc. With the support and expertise of … Continue reading Essential Doody Enterprise Resources Available from Rittenhouse

Join us! Doody’s Telehealth Special Topics Lists: A Trusted Collection Development Tool During COVID-19

Join our upcoming information session! “Doody’s Telehealth Special Topics List: A Trusted Collection Development Tool During COVID-19” A Joint Presentation of Rittenhouse and Doody Enterprises March 24th – 2:00p to 2:30p ET The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many challenges for collection development. If your institution is providing resources for health sciences practitioners, particularly those involved in telehealth, there are free services and trusted tools available … Continue reading Join us! Doody’s Telehealth Special Topics Lists: A Trusted Collection Development Tool During COVID-19

Where in the world is Rittenhouse? February – April 2021

Check out the virtual library and retail conferences Rittenhouse will be attending from February through April! If you’d like to schedule an appointment with us during the meeting, contact your Rittenhouse sales representative or email marketing@rittenhouse.com. We’d love to see you there! Independent College Bookstore Association: February 16 & 17 CAMEX21 NACS Campus Market Expo: Feburary 22-26 Join our CAMEX Information Session! “Right-Size Your Textbook … Continue reading Where in the world is Rittenhouse? February – April 2021

Library Workflow, Technology, and Rittenhouse

Access. Discovery. Integrated Systems.  Three of the most important and prevalent topics of library operations in the technology-driven environment of the academic campus.  The need for a library to simply manage a collection is a thing of the past. Today, streamlining operations with systems integration, showcasing and improving access to collections, and providing evidence to support collection management and discipline specific profiling is at the … Continue reading Library Workflow, Technology, and Rittenhouse

Getting to Know Rittenhouse

It’s always a good idea to re-evaluate the benefits of working with your vendors. Your store’s needs can change—there may be new initiatives to consider, along with the original advantages that were taken into account. A good place to start is by identifying what’s currently most important for your store.  This can be done through an examination of your sales history and current textbook and … Continue reading Getting to Know Rittenhouse

Easy Print and eBook Collection Update

Your library collection development policy most likely states that your collection is continuously reviewed to ensure that it is up-to-date and useful to your patrons.  There are so many factors to consider when making acquisitions to add to or to update your library’s core health sciences collections: Is the library providing access to the most current materials that detail advances in research and medicine? With … Continue reading Easy Print and eBook Collection Update

Outcome-Driven: Content in Context

Examining the Professional and Education Information Landscape Water has a simple but powerful attribute of finding a way to flow, gurgle, and seep its way forward.  Surpassing seemingly insurmountable obstacles, changing landscapes, altering lives, the climate and often the course of human existence.  Anyone who has marveled at the beauty of the Grand Canyon can appreciate the humble power of the river in its belly, … Continue reading Outcome-Driven: Content in Context

Supporting the Nursing Boom

As with many other careers in health care, there is a need to balance the current supply of registered nurses in the United States with the expanding demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 15% increase in the need for registered nurses between 2016 and 2026. Contributing factors to this occupational growth include an increased emphasis on preventative care, growing rates of chronic conditions, … Continue reading Supporting the Nursing Boom

Nursing Education, Content and Libraries

Rittenhouse attended the 2018 National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) Annual Meeting to better understand nursing faculty and students’ thoughts and behaviors when it comes to accessing information and utilizing resources from their school library. Through a survey and focus group, we collected the following information about nursing faculty and students’ academic challenges and content needs. Below is an infographic summarizing what we learned, and how … Continue reading Nursing Education, Content and Libraries