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Fall 2011 issue of eSynapse newsletter now available

The Fall 2011 issue of eSynapse, the newsletter of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, is now available online. Issue highlights include: From the Director — New Beginnings Library Champion — Don Blumenthal Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Eccles Library — Part II Introducing . . . Amy Honisett Research Support for You […]

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NCBI Classes Available

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is hosting two NCBI classes in the coming week. Peter Cooper from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) will be presenting BLAST and Genomes Updates. Peter will present these two sessions via Adobe Connect. Please join us in the Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 3100B. There […]

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Summer issue of eSynapse available online

The summer issue of our library newsletter, eSynapse, is now available online, and includes a great new logo!

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TOXNET and Beyond

The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is hosting  TOXNET and Beyond: Using the National Library of Medicine’s Environmental and Toxicology Portal webinar on Wednesday, June 1 and Friday, June 3. Stephanie Publicker, from Specialized Information Services, will present these two sessions via Adobe Connect. Please join us in the Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, […]

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April 6, 2011 LIFT Forum — Beyond WebCT: An Introduction to Canvas

This session of the Library Information Technology Forum addresses Canvas, the new learning management system scheduled to replace WebCT starting summer 2012 here at the University of Utah.

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EndNote – Removing the PII from DOI Field

For all you EndNote users who have wanted or needed to remove the PII (publisher item identifier) from the DOI (digital object identifier) field in the EndNote record — there is now a fix that allows for automatic removal. EndNote provides two different files that can be added to the EndNote program folder. To do […]

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Spring 2011 issue of eSynapse now available online

The Spring 2011 issue of eSynapse, the newsletter of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, is available online. Issue highlights include: From the Director: Bringing Context Back Into the Library Kirtly Parker Jones – Library Champion Introducing . . . Abby L. Adamczyk QR Codes in Use Around the Library! Cool Tools: Web 2.0 […]

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Join us for the January 19th LIFT Forum on Copyright Law

The Wednesday, January 19, 2011 Library and Information Technology Forum features Julie McAdams and Michele Ballantyne (both from the University of Utah Office of General Counsel) speaking about Recent Updates in Copyright Law. Please join us in the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2110 at 12:05-1:00 p.m. for this […]

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InfoFair 2010 – Archive Available

The InfoFair 2010 program archive is now available. The Snyder keynote address by Dr. Kenneth Mandl, the Meet the Experts panel discussion and MedlinePlus Connect program sessions can be viewed by clicking here. The archive is also linked on the InfoFair 2010 home page.

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InfoFair 2010 – The Personal Health Record: Possible, Portable, Private?

Eccles Health Sciences Library’s annual InfoFair up-to-date information on computer services, applications and resources as well as a glimpse into the future of computing in the health sciences. This year’s focus is on the “personal health record.”

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