Dan Cavanaugh is our new Historical Collections Specialist. He is no stranger to the library’s Historical Collections unit having worked on several projects there as an assistant over the past year. Prior to coming to the library, Dan worked in the field of educational publishing and in several cultural institutions around Charlottesville and Philadelphia. He has also earned master’s degrees in history and library science from the University of Massachusetts and Drexel University respectively. In his new position, Dan is excited about pursuing new opportunities to grow, preserve, and share the rich historical collections of the Health Sciences Library.
Recent MLN Posts
- New Artifacts on Display October 13, 2017
- Guided Meditation @ CMHSL September 15, 2017
- UVA Libraries Digital Collecting Project September 11, 2017
- Data, Analysis, Visualization, and Computing Workshops! August 31, 2017
- New Exhibit: From DNA to Beer August 23, 2017
- An interview with Dan Wilson August 17, 2017
- Recent Acquisitions August 11, 2017
- Welcome from the Director August 9, 2017
- Lunchtime Yoga in the Library July 31, 2017
- Library Conference Room Available for Self-reservations July 28, 2017
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- Transforming Research, in the Face of Uncertainty, Scarcity, and BiasLast week's Transforming Research conference in Baltimore, MD, gathered a range of speakers across the academic and professional spectrum. Charlie Rapple highlights some of the new research that was shared, and draws out some of the prevalent themes. The post Transforming Research, in the Face of Uncertainty, Scarcity, and Bias appeared first on The Sch
- Guest Post — JATS4R: Optimizing the Reusability of Scholarly ContentCanadian Science Publishing's Mary Seligy provides a primer on standards, XML and JATS4R, which is driving improved reusability of scholarly content. The post Guest Post — JATS4R: Optimizing the Reusability of Scholarly Content appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
- Retirement Wave To Hit Academic Librarianship