We’ve retired the JEFFLINE name and adopted a new look that reflects the recent redesign of the Jefferson website. Most of our resources are still where you expect them to be, but some links have been relocated from the header and the footer to the left navigation area. As this new Scott Memorial Library website evolves, our goal will continue to be providing the services that help you succeed at Jefferson.
View a graphic illustrating the changes to the home page.
JEFFLINE began in 1987 when Scott Memorial Library brought a small subset of MEDLINE online, allowing Jefferson students and faculty to perform their own searches for the first time.
In the past year, Jeffersonians used this site to access forty databases 413,000 times, to make 272,000 help queries, and to download almost one million articles from over 13,000 journals. Many don’t even realize that they’re using the library’s services as they put these information sources to work from any location to teach, learn, research, and treat patients.
The library’s physical space continues to shift from a focus on paper-based collections to a focus on people—and we have never been busier. The Scott Memorial Library website will continue to be your source for information about the physical space as well as your gateway to a rich collection of online resources.