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Altmetrics & NIH CTSA Funding

From bench to bedside: How altmetrics can help secure ongoing access to NIH CTSA funding Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 12-1:30pm MT History of Medicine Room (205), Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Join your colleagues for a group showing of this webinar. Experts Stacy Konkiel (Altmetric) and Sally Gore (UMass Medical School) discuss how […]

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February 1-5 is #ColorOurCollections Week

Join us at Eccles Library this week as we join the fun! We will have colored pencils you can borrow and pages waiting for you to color! Colored pencils can also be purchased at the Health Sciences and Campus Bookstores. For more images to color, download a coloring book from this growing list or public […]

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Job Opening: Evidence Retrieval and Synthesis Librarian

The faculty and staff of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) at the University of Utah invite applications for an Evidence Retrieval and Synthesis Librarian.

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#AskSolve

Ask and solve daily problems! How can you participate? Ask: Identify a problem by using #asksolve on Twitter. Ask: See a problem or design flaw? Tweet it and use #asksolve. Solve: If you have a solution, simply reply to another person’s #asksolve tweet. We hope that this hashtag will spark ideas for new solutions. You […]

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Class Matters: Book Discussions

The Office of Health Equity and Inclusion and the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library invite you to the first annual UUHS Community Read. As we explore various aspects of difference, please join us as we critically examine the impact of class on health by reading Class Matters. Sessions will be facilitated by faculty topic experts.

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