Recent MLN Posts
- Guided Meditation sessions begin again on 1/18 January 17, 2018
- PHS @ the Library closed on 1/15 January 11, 2018
- New E-Books for the New Year January 10, 2018
- Four eServices Computers Removed Based on Data Collection January 8, 2018
- Introducing the Theater! January 3, 2018
- Browzine: The Best Way to Keep Up With Your Professional Literature December 20, 2017
- PHS @ the Library holiday closings December 12, 2017
- CMHSL unveils new Dashboard & Analytics Page! December 1, 2017
- More Medical Journal Podcasts November 22, 2017
- An Interview with David Martin November 20, 2017
- Fixing Instead of Breaking, Part Three — Blockchain, RA21, Privacy, and TrustWe continue to battle the tidal wave of data with a bucket brigade of individual privacy settings. Maybe it's time to pause and consider a state-level solution, ala Estonia. The post Fixing Instead of Breaking, Part Three — Blockchain, RA21, Privacy, and Trust appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Open Access Technology OptionsOrganizations launching open access journals have many choices to make. What are their technology options? The post Open Access Technology Options appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Guest Post: Institutional Alignment: The University Press ReduxA conference at the British Library provides ample evidence of the breadth of the university press sector and the absolute necessity of a clear institutional mission. The post Guest Post: Institutional Alignment: The University Press Redux appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Fixing Instead of Breaking, Part Three — Blockchain, RA21, Privacy, and Trust
Category Archives: News
Looking to learn a new skill or enhance your knowledge on a topic? The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library is your resource for free classes to help you find, organize, measure, analyze, and share information. Spring classes are available and … Continue reading
Video recordings for the UVA Medical Center Hour are freely available on YouTube back to 2009. Currently, the most viewed video is “Normal at Any Cost: Tall Girls, Short Boys, and the Medical Manipulation of Height,” which was presented by … Continue reading
Rising costs have made it necessary for the Library to discontinue access to a number of e-books and e-journals effective January 1, 2015. The Thieme E-Book Library (TEBL), a collection of over 80 illustrated medical textbooks, will be discontinued due to low … Continue reading
In 2008, the National Library of Medicine created the Disaster Health Information Management Research Center (DIMRC) to improve access to health information resources for disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. DIMRC is currently maintaining a page of links to trusted resources … Continue reading
The Claude Moore Health Sciences Library now has a new space in its lobby designed to promote casual face-to-face conversations. You don’t have to whisper, and please feel free to bring along something to eat or drink.
We recently made a few changes to our home page in response to feedback we received during usability testing. Thanks to all who participated in the testing, as we are always looking for ways to make our site more user … Continue reading
If you entered CMHSL five years ago, you would have quickly found our general collection of print books, as it was predominately housed in the center of the largest room on the second floor of the library. Today, you’d have … Continue reading
Back in the years just before and after the turn of the twenty-first century, the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library (CMHSL) was filled with stacks of journals and books. The photocopy room was busy with patrons photocopying articles from journals, … Continue reading