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The class schedule for January - March 2012 is now available. The Library continues to offer free training in PubMed@UCSF, Wiki@UCSF, EndNote, RefWorks, and the CLE.
In addition to these classes, UCSF students and personnel can register for multimedia and presentation workshops, such as:
We are extremely pleased to announce that the Parnassus Campus Library will be open on Saturdays once again as of January 7, 2012. Saturday hours for 2012 will be 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Continuation of Saturday hours beyond 2012 is contingent on future funding.
Updated 12/21/2011, 2:30 pm
The three largest tobacco companies in the U.S. have agreed to pay $6.9 million for UCSF's Legacy Tobacco Documents Library, an online collection of internal tobacco company documents first launched in 2002.
Happy Holidays from the UCSF Library! Please take note of our reduced winter hours and closures over the next few weeks.
December 23: The libraries at Parnassus and Mission Bay will close early. See details.
December 24 - January 2: All locations will be closed. The Hearst Reading Room will still be accessible to UCSF students for 24/7 study.
The UC Medical Humanities Consortium recently celebrated campus authors who published with its book series in 2011.
Recently published titles in the UC Medical Humanities Book Series include:
In 2011, RefWorks introduced its new user-friendly RefWorks 2.0 interface. The previous interface, named “Classic,” has continued to be available to users. Users who still use the Classic interface should be aware that it will no longer be available after December 31, 2011.
For an overview of RefWorks 2.0, view these quick online tutorials.
Red Book, the popular drug pricing resource, is available online for a brief trial period. Responding to requests from UCSF faculty, the Library has activated a trial through December 23. We are negotiating with the publisher for a possible subscription.
Red Book contains information on more than 200,000 prescription and over-the-counter medications, nutraceuticals, and bulk chemicals, as well as some medical devices and supplies.
The UCSF Library has launched a new blog, Mobilized, which delivers tips, reviews, and commentary on mobile apps and devices in higher education and the health sciences.
The authors of Mobilized are from various walks of life at UCSF. The blog strives to offer a variety of useful information and perspectives on making the most of mobile apps and devices.
Recent posts include:
The Library recently created two online guides to citation management tools such as EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero.
The EndNote, RefWorks, and Related Software guide offers basic information and comparisons between several reference management tools. Find out whether EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley, or Papers is right for you.
Matt Small is hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as “a gifted San Francisco bassist and composer whose alluringly original music draws on a rich range of classical, jazz, and indigenous music.” Small currently leads three distinct ensembles: The Crushing Spiral Ensemble, Matt Small’s Chamber Ensemble, and The Bedlam Royals. Saxophone and flute player Steve Adams teaches at Mills College and is a member of the Rova Saxophone Quartet.