Category Archives: Conversation Series

Photoshop Support at the Library

On November 6, 2013 I sat down with Jason Bennett, Web Designer Specialist at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, to talk about his role in providing support for Adobe Photoshop software. What Photoshop support do you offer? I teach … Continue reading

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Learning from Those Who Went Before Us: An Interview with M.C. Wilhelm, M.D.

Morton C. (M.C.) Wilhelm, M.D. is the Joseph Helms Farrow Professor Emeritus in Surgical Oncology at the University of Virginia School Of Medicine.  He is an accomplished surgeon and has contributed to many publications, including A History of Cancer Care … Continue reading

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Libra: Implications for the Health System

Libra is the University of Virginia’s institutional repository.  It’s a virtual place where members of the UVA community can deposit their scholarship in a permanent archive.  Designed for open access, Libra can also be used to expose scholarship to researchers … Continue reading

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A Conversation About Upcoming Access Changes to Online Journals

Jonathan Lord, Head of Collection Development & Management, and David Moody, Webmaster, talk about the reason behind upcoming access changes to the Library’s online journals.  The changes will come about on December 3rd when the Library switches over to the … Continue reading

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Epic and the Library: A Conversation with the Key Players

Kelly Near, Hospital & Community Services Librarian, Jeremy Bartczak, Metadata Librarian, and Anson Parker, Application Developer form a major part of the Library’s Epic Team. They are constantly looking for opportunities to apply their skills and knowledge to enhance access … Continue reading

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