Category Archives: library services - p3
With little noticeable fanfare, Google recently made a change to its interface that has important implications for anyone with online content. Now when you search using Google, it looks at the terms in your search and identifies the things in it. Based on previous searches on your topic, the Google search engine may offer a new […]
The Summer 2012 issue of eSynapse, Eccles Health Sciences Library’s newsletter, is now available online.
As a regular reader of the iMedicalApps blog, I was excited by the title of a recent posting: “If you don’t have an iPad, go to the medical library and borrow one.” The post goes on to highlight three U.S. schools that check out iPads to physicians: Nova Southeastern University (NSU), Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), […]
Eccles Library is accepting applications for a evening Library Supervisor. This position is full-time with benefits; apply online at the Human Resources website.
Published three times a year, this newsletter provides valuable information about library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.
News of upcoming webinar to help librarians refresh and extend health literature searching skills to better support patrons. It is free and open to all interested librarians and library staff.
Example of how to use a external link policy for a library website.
Eccles Library will be on reduced hours beginning Sunday, December 18, 2011 through Sunday, January 8, 2012.
Need a place to study late at night, or at other times when Eccles Library is closed? In response to the high demand for extended library hours during the week before finals, ASUU and the J. Willard Marriott Library have collaborated to accommodate the needs of students. Beginning at noon on Sunday, December 4th, the […]
Successful outreach and promotion of library resources and services involves forming partnerships with other departments and organizations, as well as using social media and the latest Web 2.0 tools to educate and inform new and underserved patron groups.