Category Archives: technology
The 2016 Games4Health Challenge is looking for 60 judges among UofU faculty and staff and various sponsors. As a judge, you would evaluate around 5 student team entries over a 10 day period in March 2016. All entries are in the form of two videos, one a 90 second Tease Video and the other a […]
If you’ve saved the “Reload via EZproxy” bookmarklet to your browser’s bookmarks toolbar menu, please update it. (Delete current bookmarklet, drag updated bookmarklet into browser toolbar bookmarks menu.) If you’ve not yet tried the “Reload via EZproxy” bookmarklet, give it a try with your standard Web browser. Note: The bookmarklet will not work with mobile […]
This is the last blog post honoring the International Open Access Week. This post will focus on EHSL collaboration with The GApp Lab to create an open source app.
Games4Health is an annual $60K competition for student innovations that drive healthier lives through games that people love.
Explore these free online tools that will make collaborating much easier! Share documents and files via Box You may already be familiar with Dropbox or Google Drive and the concept is the same for Box. The big difference is that Box is HIPAA and FERPA compliant. Because the University of Utah has partnered with Box […]
Open access and Open Educational Resources (OER) are hot topics in academia, and have been for several years. Earlier this week, we talked about what these concepts are and an example of how the Library is collaborating with Neuro-ophthalmology experts to create open access content. This post will focus on tools the Eccles Library has used to […]
In December 2014, the NIH released new requirements for the Biographical Sketch (biosketch) for grant applications submitted on or after May 25, 2015. Major changes include: page limit extending from four to five pages describing up to five of your most significant contributions to science for each contribution, listing up to four relevant peer-reviewed publications […]
Do any of the following statements resonate with you? I want my document to look professional (e.g. like a textbook or journal article). I want to focus on my writing and less on the formatting. I want an easy way to typeset mathematical formulas and equations. I want a table of contents that automatically updates. […]
Join Us. Drop In. Come on Over. Wednesday, September 9, 2015, 2:30-3:30 PM Synapse, Garden Level, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library Exercise and chat with your colleagues for a mid-afternoon break! Join us for refreshments and conversation. Share your favorite app. Featured Apps: Moves & 7 Minute Workout Presentation at 2:15pm by Liz Joy, […]
Another reason to upgrade your Internet Explorer version 8, IE8 Web browser. IE11 is latest version as of August 2015. Scopus will cease support of IE 8 on October 1, 2015. Scopus is one of the crucial research databases provided by campus libraries.