What's New at the Library

UCSF Library News

  • Teaching and Learning Center Taking Shape

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    Construction of the new Teaching and Learning Center on the Library's second floor is proceeding quickly. As walls are framed, the planning committees are busy making preparations for the opening in January 2011. A campuswide open house is already planned for the week of January 18.

    With construction comes dust and noise. Students and other visitors are encouraged to stop by the main service desk and request a pair of earplugs. Bear with us -- the end is in sight!

    Photo by Malvin Whang, AIA LEED AP, Harley Ellis Devereaux.

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  • Selected Online Journals Canceled

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    Due to significant budget cuts across the UC system, the UC Libraries were required to cut online journal titles more aggressively than in the past. A review was coordinated across the UC Library system of several journal packages up for renewal in 2010. The Libraries canceled current subscriptions to a number of low-use, low-impact journals in order to bring costs down.

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  • Introducing UCSF Mobile Web

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    The Library has developed the UCSF Mobile Web, in partnership with CLS - Transportation Services and OAAIS - Application Services.

    What can you do with UCSF Mobile Web?

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  • New Titles in the Library's Collection

    View recent acquisitions to the UCSF Library collection.

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  • Music in the Library: Jordan Carp

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    Jordan Carp is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has been performing since 2001, the year he graduated from the Berklee College of Music. Inspired by the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Peter Gabriel, Carp creates modern pop classics. His music has been licensed to television and films, including MTV, CBS, and “The Dialogue Project." Listen to Jordan's music here.

    Wednesday, April 21, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
    Lange Room
    Free admission

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  • New Dentistry and Nursing Ebooks in STAT!Ref

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    On a short-term basis, the Library is providing access to new books in STAT!Ref, with particular emphasis on new titles in nursing and dentistry. We gathered input about resources that would be useful for promoting an evidence-based approach, both in teaching and in practice. The newly available books include Conceptual Models of Nursing: Analysis and Application; Textbook of Palliative Nursing; and Dental Materials and their Selection.

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  • New Titles

    View recent acquisitions to the UCSF Library collection.

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  • Online Journal Archives: JAMA, Endocrine Society, and More

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    The Library provides access to the complete online archives of several journals of importance to UCSF. Did you know about these recent additions?

    The American Medical Association has digitized its volumes all the way back to Volume 1, 1883.

    The Endocrine Society has archived several important titles in their entirety:

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  • Library Service Desk: We're Here to Help

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    If you’ve visited the Parnassus Campus Library before, then you probably know that you can check out books, journals, and materials on reserve at the main Library Service Desk.

    But did you know that, as a UCSF affiliate, you can also…

    • get help searching the library catalog or online databases
    • borrow PC and Mac laptops for use in the building
    • check out private study rooms
    • set up or renew your Borrowing Account
    • request materials not available at UCSF
    • and get printing and wireless help?

    The Library Service Desk staff is ready to help! Visit Circulation Services during regular building hours; visit Information Services from 9 am – 7 pm, Monday through Friday.

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  • PubMed Adds Tool to Streamline NIH Policy Compliance

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    MyNCBI is a very useful PubMed service that stores saved searches, filters search results into different categories, and highlights search terms. Creating a MyNCBI account is free and takes a minute.

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