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UCSF Library News

  • April 4: Apple Event on Podcasting and Ebooks


    On Monday, April 4, Apple will be sponsoring two training events in the UCSF Teaching and Learning Center.

    NEW! Podcasting and ePub
    Monday, April 4
    1 - 3 pm
    TLC Room 221-22

    Learn how to author engaging, multimedia podcasts and ebooks in this hands-on session.

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  • Genentech Hall Study Space Closed as of March 21


    Effective Monday, March 21st, Genentech Hall Room S-227 will no longer be available as a study space. This room is being converted into a much needed Teaching Lab that will be a shared-use facility for class-based instruction of wet bench methodologies, techniques, and projects. Construction of the new Teaching Lab is expected to be completed by this summer.

    The Library in the Mission Bay Community Center will continue to be open Mondays - Thursdays, 9:00am to 9:00pm, and Fridays, 9:00am to 5:30pm.

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  • A Journey from Earthenware to Porcelain


    A new exhibit presents Japan's ceramic journey from earthenware to porcelain, demonstrating the technical brilliance, refined aesthetics, and feeling for nature that lies at the heart of Japanese ceramics.

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  • Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy Now Available Online


    The fifth edition of the popular Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy is now available on the UCSF network via Netter Reference.

    Over 500 of Netter's classic anatomy images are included in this edition, and selected videos from Netter's 3-D Interactive Anatomy complement the images. Some features of the new web version include:

    • Labels for each image that can be turned on or off;
    • Images can be easily downloaded as a zip file for documents, presentations, and other teaching materials (for use at UCSF only; requires StuffIt program for use on Mac);
    • Images can also be saved into a "Lightbox" for use in a slideshow within the Netter site (requires Individual login);
    • Up to 200 copies of presentations with content from the Atlas may be printed.

    View Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy.

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