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In a special presentation on April 16, Drs. John Greenspan, Paul Volberding, Molly Cooke, and Jay Levy discussed their experiences surrounding the early AIDS epidemic in San Francisco. These prominent UCSF faculty members engaged in a fascinating and candid conversation—with each other and with the audience— to offer their own perspectives on this history. The video recording of this presentation is now available to stream via the Internet Archive.
Picture Atlantic is an indie alternative band with an explosive sound and an openhearted approach to songcraft. With hints of MUSE, Neon Trees, and Jeff Buckley, their youthful exuberance is apparent on every track. Picture Atlantic is a staple of the Bay Area music scene and a regular on Live 105’s Soundcheck. They were recently named one of the Top 100 Best Unsigned Bands by AbsolutePunk.net. Listen to Picture Atlantic.
Join Editorial Director for PLOS journals, Theodora Bloom, PhD, and UCSF Professor Joe DeRisi, PhD, in a facilitated dialog with the UCSF community on the revised PLOS data policy. Carly Strasser, PhD, California Digital Library, will be the moderator.
Data Sharing & the PLOS Data Policy [register]
Join the UCSF Library for a dive into Open Educational Resources with Nicole Allen and Nick Shockey of the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC).
EXPLORING OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES AT UCSF [register]
Learn to use bioinformatics and genomics tools at your own pace with OpenHelix!
Join us on Wednesday, April 16th for a special program featuring prominent UCSF faculty. This is the second lecture in a series launched by UCSF Archives & Special Collections.
Learning from Our History: Lessons at UCSF from the Early AIDS Epidemic [add to calendar]
Curious about the technology available to you in the Library? Our Learning Technologies experts would like to invite you to a Multimedia Clinic.
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Join us this Wednesday for the annual Women's History Month edition of Music in the Library, featuring Nikki Borodi. Nikki is a musician, clown, aerial acrobatic, yoga instructor, and artist of countless dimensions. After many years in New York City she is happy to be in the Bay Area. Writing music with voice, ukulele, and piano, she enjoys experimenting while joining her many creative loves. Nikki is in the works of writing a circus rock show. Listen to Nikki Borodi.
Want to track who’s citing your papers? Are you trying to understand the breadth of UCSF’s research output?
Scopus is available from the UCSF Library on a trial basis through the end of 2014. Scopus allows researchers to see who has cited their work in the past, and to follow new citations going forward by setting up alerts through email or RSS. It allows research officers to develop a profile of UCSF research output, both for specific years and over time.