NN/LM PNR Dragonfly: Look Again At Our Web Site!
nnlm at u.washington.edu
Tue Dec 4 12:32:08 PST 2001
Drum roll, please! The Pacific Northwest Region of the National Network of
Libraries of Medicine presents our redesigned Web site. Our home page is
still at http://nnlm.gov/pnr/ but you'll notice that its look is very
different. It has more than just a new format and new colors. There are
tabs near the top of the page to quickly direct our audiences to the most
useful information and services. We have provided navigational aids such
as "Topics A-to-Z," a search capability, and the "PNR QuickIndex" (which
takes you to frequently used resources with a click of the mouse).
You'll see that our new home page is titled "Are you a Librarian or Health
Educator?" This page features services and resources for our network
members, including links to the regional directory, document delivery
resources, and funding opportunities. In the "News" box, you'll find that
our newsletter, Dragonfly, and the HLIB-NW discussion list are
highlighted, along with other sources of timely information. A click on
the tabs for "Are you a health professional?" and "Looking for Medical or
Health Information?" takes you to links chosen for those audiences.
Our revamped site is up and running, but it will always be a work in
progress. A Web site is not a static object but changes and grows, much
like the organization it reflects. We will modify our site to reflect your
comments and to accommodate our constituencies' evolving needs. The RML
Web Group team - Susan Barnes, Michael Boer, Cathy Burroughs and Maryanne
Blake - looks forward to hearing from you! Send your comments and
suggestions to nnlm at u.washington.edu.
Dragonfly is the newsletter of the National Network of Libraries of
Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region. Produced by NN/LM PNR, under NLM
Contract N01-LM-1-3516. Maryanne Blake, Editor, blakema at u.washington.edu.
Michael Boer, Publication Manager, boerm at u.washington.edu. Dragonfly
is transmitted by e-mail via HLIB-NW and PNRNews.
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