What's New at the Library

UCSF Library News

  • Springer Ebooks Now Available

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    The UCSF Library is pleased to introduce the Springer ebooks database, a collection of Springer electronic books, including Landolt-Bornstein.

    This comprehensive collection covers a wide range of subjects, including medicine, biomedical and life sciences, behavioral science, business and economics, chemistry, physics, and many more.

    Search the entire collection or individual books.

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  • 24/7 Reference Assistance: Ask A Librarian

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    Have you ever needed to look something up at 2 am and discovered that Google alone just wouldn't cut it? Ever wonder if you're getting all the articles you need -- or the best articles -- on a given topic?

    The University of California Libraries now offer 24-hour chat reference assistance. Library staff from throughout the UC system, or around the world depending on the time of day, are ready to assist you.

    At this time UCSF librarians do not staff this service, but we'll be alerted whenever a question from a UCSF patron requires further assistance. We hope this is an effective new tool to help with your research needs, in addition to the many other ways we can help. If you try out Ask a Librarian, please let us know what you think.

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  • LGBT Life: Available from the UCSF Library

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    Updated weekly, the LGBT Life database is a premier gateway to the world's literature on issues of concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. Details are available about every article ever published in historical publications such as Christopher Street and ONE. There is also coverage of book chapters, speeches, and dissertations, making LGBT Life a significant research resource.

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  • My ILL Requests: Track Your Interlibrary Requests Online

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    UCSF students and personnel can now track their active Interlibrary Requests online using My ILL Requests. Find out if your request has been received or is in process by the lending library.

    In addition to viewing open requests, use My ILL Requests to initiate new requests from Melvyl or Citation Linker, request renewals, and cancel requests online.

    For more information about this service, view our My ILL Requests QuickGuide.

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