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Following UCSF faculty’s lead, the Academic Senate of the University of California adopted an Open Access Policy on July 24, 2013, ensuring that future scholarly articles authored by faculty at all 10 UC campuses will be made available to the public at no charge.
UCSF students, it's the middle of finals, and we know you're tired from all that studying! Stop by the Library on Tuesday, December 10th to relax and recharge for a few minutes. We’ll have coffee, tea, and cookies on hand.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Parnassus Campus Library "Living Room" (near the lobby, main floor)
Sponsored by the UCSF Library.
The Library now provides EZproxy, a new way to access subscription library content from off campus. EZproxy works with MyAccess and allows UCSF users to easily view full-text articles, ebooks, and databases from off the UCSF network. You no longer need to log into campus VPN to access the Library’s online resources.
To use EZproxy, follow these simple steps:
DataShare is a new web-based product that aims to address the growing need for data sharing tools and services at UCSF and beyond. A collaboration between the UCSF Library, CTSI, and the California Digital Library, DataShare fosters a culture of open science, reduces barriers to data sharing, encourages good practice, and enables investigators to publish any type of research data in a way that supports discoverability, citation, and long-term access.
DataShare allows UCSF researchers to:
In late October, the UCSF Library celebrated Open Access Week with two notable lectures at Mission Bay and Parnassus.
UCSF's Open Access Innovators [view the lecture]
UCSF students, postdocs, and scholars present their innovative, open tools – Youreka Science, Journal Lab, and WikiPathways – and discuss how they improve research and scholarship at UCSF and beyond.
Beginning November 25, the UCSF Library will host an exhibition from the National Library of Medicine that explores the rise of AIDS in the early 1980s and the evolving response to the epidemic over the last 30 years.
Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture
Want to learn more about HTML5, Drupal, or Photoshop? Looking for how-to resources on programming languages, Google Analytics, or Microsoft Office applications?
As a result of feedback from our recent user survey, the Library has renewed access to Safari Books Online. Browse approximately 2,000 full-text resources on a variety of technical subjects, including:
Looking for the right instrument for your research? The Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HaPI) database provides easy access to questionnaires, interview schedules, checklists, coding schemes, and rating scales in various fields -- medicine, nursing, public health, psychology, sociology, social work, communication, and organizational behavior/human resources.
Use HaPI to identify what instruments are available in your field, their reliability and validity, and where to find/order a specific instrument.
How do the latest open access and open data developments impact you? On October 29, learn how the new UC Open Access policy affects UCSF researchers, how it intersects with the NIH Public Access Policy, and what’s in store for helping you manage your article deposits and for making your data open via DataShare. This event is an opportunity to share your thoughts and experiences on open access publishing.
The theme of the 2013 Archives Month in California is “Working to Preserve Our History.” This month-long celebration highlights tireless efforts by archivists, librarians, historians, volunteers, and community members to safeguard the treasures of the past for future generations.
To celebrate, UCSF Archives would like to invite the UCSF community and general public to view our historical materials.