The Summer issue of eSynapse highlights two special people: Gerrie V. Barnett, College of Nursing faculty and this month’s Library Champion; and Jeff Folsom, Computer Professional and Systems Administrator for Eccles Library, who has a wealth of computer experience.
Do click on the link to the Mauger: A Father and Son Dabbling in Landscape article to see a collage of pictures of notable folks who attended the Friday afternoon reception. It was a lot of fun and instructive.
This issue includes the results of our eReader and Tablets user preference survey. Not surprisingly – the iPad was the favorite tablet and the Kindle was the favorite eReader. Click the table of contents link to learn more.
The table of contents also links to various announcements about library services (like JoVE), professional activities (NANOS, AAMC WRC, personnel transitions, library faculty output), and upcoming events and celebrations (InfoFair 2012, National Library of Medicine Changing the Face of Medicine exhibit, Library Grand Re-opening, etc.)
It is a big issue, filled with lots of information. Please enjoy the read!
Summer Issue Table of Contents:
From the Director – Cultivating Innovations and Discoveries
Gerrie V. Barnett — Library Champion
Introducing . . . Jeff Folsom
User Preferences for eReaders and Tablets (survey results)
National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC)
Cool Tools: Hootsuite and Protopage
Librarians Presented at NANOS 2012 and AAMC WRC 2012
Sally Patrick Receives Special Services to Libraries Award
Congratulations! Digre and Varner Receive the 2012 Rosenblatt Prize
Announcing Expanded Access to JoVE
Finding the Evidence for Systematic Reviews
GPO Notable Achievement Awarded to Eccles Library
Mauger: A Father and Son Dabbling in Landscape
A Triple Celebration
Eccles Library Professional Activity June 2011 to May 2012
Library Personnel Transitions 2011-2012
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Jeanne Le Ber; 801-585-6744 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thanks to Stephen Mossbarger for his help with the PDF documents
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Jeanne Le Ber, MLIS, AHIP
Associate Director for Education and Research