Rejuvenate your research! Join us for a Research Spa Day to meet with experts supporting researchers and the scholarly community, including a light lunch and free chair massages!
This year’s Día de Muertos is from October 31 until November 2, 2019, and SACNAS has graciously created an ofrenda on the upper level of the Eccles Library for everyone to visit and add to the alter. Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday when family and friends can gather and celebrate their loved …Read More »
I am delighted to announce that Elizabeth T. Frakes, MSIS, will be joining the Eccles Health Sciences Library faculty as an Assistant Librarian for Clinical Services October 1, 2019. Elizabeth comes from Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she has given extensive training on systematic reviews, literature searching, and biomedical databases. She has assisted clinical staff …Read More »
Eccles Library Digital Publishing showcases, highlights, & provides access to the vast digital collections, educational platforms, & scholarly output of the University of Utah and beyond.
On August 21st, the Library’s subscription to DynaMed will migrate to a new platform. You can see a preview of the interface here. Fast Facts About the new DynaMed platform Eccles Library currently has a license to DynaMed Plus. After August 2st, the library’s access to the expanded content and enhance functionality of DynaMed Plus …Read More »
The Eccles Library Open House is September 18, 2019– with free pizza!
On Thursday August 15, 2019, the Eccles Health Sciences Library Interlibrary Loans & Document Delivery system (ILLiad) will switch log in authentication from individually created account names and passwords over to the Campus Information System (CIS). After this date, all Eccles ILLiad accounts must be accessed using your uNID and CIS password. You will be …Read More »
Starting August 10, 2019 we will be permanently changing our Saturday hours to 9am-3pm.
This exhibit seeks to share the experience of a graduate student journeying into the field of Neurobiology. The exhibit will introduce the viewer to some of the fun and fundamental concepts of neurobiology, and how these beautiful and specialized structures called neurons construct our reality.
The Eccles Library is excited to announce that JAMAevidence is now available to University of Utah faculty, staff, and students. Do you teach Evidence Based Practice? Host a Journal Club? Just want to learn more about EBP and critical appraisal? Then, JAMAevidence is the tool for you! It is designed to support learning and instruction …Read More »