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Gretchen Arnold has been the Director of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library since 2007 and Interim Director 2005 – 2006. Ms Arnold came to the Library in 1986 and held various leadership roles in the Library. Prior to coming to the University of Virginia, Ms. Arnold worked in medical libraries at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Her academic interests include scholarly communications and the impact of new technologies on knowledge creation and dissemination. Her work at the University has been focused on forging and developing strong collaborations across the Health System and across grounds.
She believes that the library of the future will have a vital role in the mission of the institution. “There has never been a more exciting time to be a librarian”.
- Karen Falgore on MilliPub Club: Class of 2013
- Dan on Learning from Those Who Went Before Us: An Interview with M.C. Wilhelm, M.D.
- Joe Krenitsky on A Conversation About Upcoming Access Changes to Online Journals
- Kimberley on Thanks for Your Service: Adrienne Granitz Retires
- Ivan Login on Ellen Ramsey: Semester at Sea Librarian, Around the World Voyage, Spring 2013
Category Archives: New Resources
The new iPad mini is now available for checkout to anyone affiliated with the Health System. With a display size of 7.9 inches, you may find the mini to be more practical in your work environment than the larger iPad … Continue reading
Last night, in the comfort of my home with a classical music show from WTJU on the radio, I browsed several online journals on my iPad that I had selected from the University’s journal holdings for my personal bookshelf. I … Continue reading
The Health Sciences Library now has an Apple TV available for checkout for up to five days. Connect the Apple TV to an HDMI compatible HDTV, and you’ll be able to run, among other things, YouTube, Vimeo, Netflix (subscription required), listen … Continue reading
Take a look at these new additions to our online collections. Continue reading
All University of Virginia authors will now receive a 10% discount in author fees for all PLoS publications. Continue reading
The DMPTool allows you to create an editable document for submission to a funding agency Continue reading
Springer Protocols is the largest subscription-based electronic database of reproducible laboratory protocols in the Life and Biomedical Sciences — and the University of Virginia currently subscribes to it. It includes over 25,000 protocols from 15 subject collections in the areas … Continue reading
Need access to trusted, evidence-based health information on the go? Do you have an iPhone or iPad? Is Internet access sometimes unavailable to you? If so, you can now download a new iPhone/iPad app that delivers this content to you … Continue reading
If you consider yourself a more visual person, you may want to check out the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE). Recently purchased by the University of Virginia Library, JoVE is a peer-reviewed, PubMed indexed journal devoted to the publication of … Continue reading
PubMed Health, a new resource from the National Library of Medicine, provides the latest reviews of clinical effectiveness on a variety of health topics. By providing access to systematic reviews, resources from the Database of abstracts of Reviews Effects, National … Continue reading