Category Archives: essential news
This free lecture will teach about basic spine anatomy and proper posture. Learn how to keep your spine healthy (or get it healthy again!) while at work. Shawnee Haws received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2005, and is a certified Pilates instructor and educator. Her current clinical practice includes [...]
ILLiad, our interlibrary loan and document delivery request system, will be down for scheduled maintenance beginning at 7:00PM MT on Weds, May 22nd. Anticipated downtime is 2 hours.
The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah seeks a creative, energetic, personable and self motivated individual to fill the position of Teaching and Learning Librarian. The Teaching and Learning Librarian coordinates and administers the formal educational efforts of the library in a team environment. These efforts include working with academic faculty in [...]
The University of Utah is seeking a faculty member to provide educational leadership for University’s Interprofessional Education Program. This individual will join a dynamic, multidisciplinary group in contributing to the development of immersion learning experiences to meet the needs of health care trainees and professionals at the University of Utah, Hospitals and Clinics. Interested applicants [...]
As you may have heard, Google Reader will be retired at the end of June. Since Google Reader is a tool we at the Eccles Library have recommended using for RSS feeds in the past, we wanted to make sure you, our patrons, are aware of this and provide some options. Here are the four [...]
The Wednesday, April 10 Library and Information Technology Forum features Tony Sams who will present The U & You: An Asynchronous Human Library, a session focused on a project collecting student stories. Please join us in the Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 5100 B at 12:05 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The U [...]
Thomson Reuters is developing a new database, called Data Citation Index, that will allow researchers to search for data sets across many subject-based data repositories. Data Citation Index currently includes about 70 of the 500+ data repositories that exist worldwide. We recently started a month-long trial of Data Citation Index and we want to know [...]