18 NSU Health Professions Division Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division (HPD) Library The Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library (Press HPD Library) is located on the first floor at the north end of the Terry Building Complex in the Library/Lab Building. The Press HPD Library consists of a large collaboration area for group study, a designated quiet study area, and 50 study rooms. There are a variety of seating options available, from large tables to individual carrels and informal seating. Study rooms, located in the library as well as the adjacent Assembly I and Assembly II buildings, may be checked out for three hours and renewed based on availability. A paging system is offered for students waiting for an available study room. Additionally, one study room is equipped with a Mediascape collaboration unit with double monitor displays for collaborative group work, and a small teaching labmay be reserved for group instruction. Hours of operation for the Martin and Gail Press HPD Library and study rooms in Assembly I and Assembly II buildings: Monday–Thursday: 7:00 a.m.–midnight Friday: 7:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–midnight *From September through May, the study rooms in the Assembly II building are open 24/5 (Sunday–Thursday). The Press HPD Library print collection consists of 11,500 monograph titles, 715 archived print journal titles, and 88 active print journal subscriptions. The Press HPD Library provides all HPD students with remote access to online resources, including over 17,000 health-related full-text eJournals, 2,000 biomedical eBooks, and over 200 health andmedicine-specific databases. These resources may be accessed 24/7 through the Press HPD Library website ( nova.edu/hpdlibrary ) . Professional reference services are available to students in person as well as by phone, email, and online via screensharing software. Eight professional librarians are available to assist students with library resources and research-specific assignments. Each HPD college/program is assigned a subject specialist liaison librarian who works closely with faculty and provides instructional sessions for specific class assignments. The Press HPD Library also provides these free services to enhance student learning and study: • Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service obtains journal articles, books, and items not available in the NSU collection • notary service • binding, faxing, and scanning services • wireless printing stations • on-site technology assistance • I.D.E.A. Labs: – 3-D printing and scanning: 3-D scanning and printing services for students involved in curricular and faculty projects. – Virtual reality: Students can experience virtual anatomy, simulation and medical-related apps via immersive virtual reality headsets. – T he studio: Digital production room/studio for video recording and editing, along with cameras and other production equipment which can be checked out of the library. Additional resources at the circulation desk (limited checkout times): • laptop computers • iPads loaded with medical and production apps • medical/anatomy apps for checkout on personal Apple devices • print editions of required textbooks on reserve (for in- library use) • anatomy models and skeletons (for in-library use) • individual, small whiteboards and markers • chargers and extension cords • earplugs and school supplies (for purchase) • self-service Keurig coffee machine For more information, please call (954) 262-3106. See the University Libraries section of the NSU Student Handbook for information about NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center. Visit nova.edu /student-handbook for more information. University Health Care Centers The Health Professions Division Health Care Centers serve an important function and are an integral part of the training programs. They provide a vital community function by bringing health care service to areas whose medical needs traditionally have gone unmet. The Division of Clinical Operations oversees the administration and oversight of the university’s health care centers in Miami- Dade and Broward counties. The centers offer health care services to the community, some not available elsewhere, and community outreach programs in the form of free health care education and assessment for vision, medical, speech, behavioral health, physical and occupational therapy, and dental services. Specific information about the clinics and services available to enrolled students are included on the Health Care Centers website at clinics.nova.edu .