Nina E. Dougherty, M.A., Emeritus Librarian, who served on the faculty of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (EHSL) from 1974 for 25 years, passed away on Saturday, March 5, 2016.
Spring Break is nearly upon us! Please take note of modified hours:
Saturday 3/12 – Sunday 3/13: Closed
Monday 3/14 – Friday 3/18: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 3/19: Closed
Sunday 3/20: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. (regular hours)
Monday 3/21: Regular hours resume
Last week the Utah Library Association hosted a workshop focusing on failure, providing librarians the ability to gain a new perspective as to what failure is, and how we may learn and grow from our experiences when we fall short. The conference provided wonderful insights on failure as multiple speakers contributed their perspective on what failure is and how to overcome. Continue reading
Knowledge is power, and thanks to the proliferation of smart phones and wearable tech individuals can now gather, record, and access their own health data in increasingly powerful ways.
Yet with so many different health apps to choose from, consumers can be easily overwhelmed.
That’s why the College of Health, the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, and the Center for Medical Innovation have come together to create U-Bar, a new health app education center located in the Hope Fox Eccles Library adjacent to the University Hospital lobby.
Friends and colleagues enjoy reconnecting and hearing the stories of Steve Leitch’s newest photographs at the February 11th Artist’s Reception. The exhibit will continue to be on display through March 28th in the Art Gallery on the Main Level of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah.
For more information, please see “My Vision” – Collected Works of Steven Leitch.
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 altmetrics and other recently defined “collective impact” metrics streamline grant reporting and help PIs better understand their research influence overall.
Join the conversation on Monday, February 22, at the 2016 Pricilla M. Mayden Lecture, with invited speaker Iain Kerr. Continue reading
Please join us for the Artist’s Reception on Thursday, February 11 at 11:30am-1:30pm in the Library’s Art Gallery area.
Over two years ago, he was the second artist to display his work on the walls of the newly remodeled lobby of the Library. His work then, consisted primarily of Utah landscapes. In his current exhibition, Leitch broadens his repertoire to include images outside of Utah, still-lifes, seascapes, ghost towns, landscapes and an assortment of images quite different then his traditional exhibits. Continue reading
Attention graduate students! Get ready for the next Dissertation Writing Boot Camp by familiarizing yourself with the mechanics and thesis templates. All workshops and the boot camp are held at Marriott Library.
The Mechanics of Organizing and Writing Your Thesis / Dissertation
Thursday, March 10, 2016 @ 4-5 PM
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 domain images from Dream Anatomy!
A trend started by the Library at the NYAM’s Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health, #ColorOurCollections highlights great coloring content in library and special collections. Follow the hashtag and post your colored copies to Twitter or Instagram! Be sure to tag us @EHSLibrary!
Did you know? We have a digitized copy of Vesalius’ De humani corporis fabrica libri septem from 1555!