Recent MLN Posts
- Anatomical Theatre Web Exhibit March 10, 2017
- Meet the Author of “Flatlining: How Healthcare Could Kill the U.S. Economy” March 8, 2017
- Projection Now Available in Detmer Room March 7, 2017
- Cancer: The Road Ahead February 14, 2017
- #ColorOurCollections February 8, 2017
- New Exhibit: Frankenstein and the Secrets of Nature February 3, 2017
- Remembering Dr. M.C. Wilhelm January 31, 2017
- HIT Fair Fun Next Week January 26, 2017
- Medical Journal Podcasts January 25, 2017
- Alzheimer’s Disease Film Available Now January 18, 2017
- Ebooks, Innovation, and the Rebel WithinIn every publishing organization you need a rebel. Robert Harington talks with Peter Krautzberger, project lead for MathJax and rebel, about his views on Web publishing, ebooks and mathematics. The post Ebooks, Innovation, and the Rebel Within appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Living with an AI: A Glimpse Into The FutureArtificial intelligence is now a commodity appliance. What are the implications for Scholarly Publishing? The post Living with an AI: A Glimpse Into The Future appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Platforms, Networks, and Information LiteracyIn the kind of digital community envisioned by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, information literacy skills ought not to be treated as an afterthought. The post Platforms, Networks, and Information Literacy appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Ebooks, Innovation, and the Rebel Within
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The Health Sciences Library Hosts Activities Feb 1st, 9am – 1:30pm Drop by the Health Sciences Library anytime between 9am – 1:30pm, grab some refreshments and discover the following: Put on the gear and try out the library’s virtual reality … Continue reading
Best wishes to everyone for 2016! I like to say (frequently) that this Library is a “forward looking” library. That is not to say that what we have done in the past or what we are currently doing is wrong … Continue reading
The history of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library is directly linked to Thomas Jefferson, founder of the University in 1819. Mr. Jefferson personally selected the books for the University’s Library. He commissioned a Boston bookseller in 1825 to purchase … Continue reading
We are thrilled with our new partnership with the library and hope our collaborative efforts address needs of our colleagues across the health system for more information about basic statistics and introductory research questions. Research is a team science and … Continue reading
There was a time in the not-too-distant past when the Health Sciences Library maintained a large collection of video materials, mostly in magnetic tape formats now extinct: remember VHS, U-Matic, and Betamax tapes and the bulky equipment one needed to … Continue reading
Gretchen Arnold, Library Director, writes about the continuing evolution of the Health Sciences Library. She has been the director of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library since 2005, and has been a health sciences librarian since 1975. Please feel free … Continue reading
Jason Bennett, Technology in Education Consulting Assistant, at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, and UVA graduate in Comparative Religions, talks about his background in visual presentation as well as his role at the Health Sciences Library. Interviewer: How did … Continue reading
Background: The Health Sciences Library has been collaborating with the Brown Science & Engineering Library to support data management needs of researchers. We interviewed Andrew Sallans, Head, Strategic Data Initiatives and the Scientific Data Consulting Group, Brown Science & Engineering … Continue reading
The popular “First Aid” review books can now be studied online! The Library has arranged a 30-day trial for full access to McGraw-Hill’s First Aid E-Book collection. If you are studying for specialty board exams, prepping for third year clerkships, … Continue reading
Like all other departments in the University, the Health Sciences Library has experienced budget reductions in state funding. Since 2008 and including the just recently announced 2.5% additional cut for this year, the Library’s budget has been decreased by $531,497. We are managing these cuts through a variety of strategies which include leaving positions open and reducing spending in other areas.