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Updated weekly, the LGBT Life database is a premier gateway to the world's literature on issues of concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. Details are available about every article ever published in historical publications such as Christopher Street and ONE. There is also coverage of book chapters, speeches, and dissertations, making LGBT Life a significant research resource.
In February 2013, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) published a memo directing federal science agencies “to develop plans to make the published results of federally funded research freely available to the public within one year of publication."
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Want to learn about innovative approaches in open access publishing? On June 17, join Dr. Peter Binfield and a panel of experts as they discuss the future of open access publishing, and learn about the new open access publisher, PeerJ.
Rin Tin Tiger is an alternative folk rock trio from San Francisco. Featuring high energy, lyric heavy, acoustic guitar lead songs about life in contemporary society, Rin Tin Tiger's sound is often described as a blend between early Bob Dylan, Violent Femmes, and Tupac. Learn more about Rin Tin Tiger.
There will be light refreshments and free chair massages (first-come, first-served).
UCSF students, it's finals, and we know you're tired from all that studying! Stop by the Parnassus Campus Library to relax and recharge for a few minutes. There will be a dog from Animal Assisted Therapy at SPCA for you to pet. We’ll also have light snacks on hand.
Parnassus Campus Library, Room 355 (main floor, near the Living Room).
In celebration of the movement to Reuse, Recycle, and Renew, the Library recently kicked off its 3rd annual book drive in tandem with the UCSF LivingGreen Fair. The book drive will run through June 6th.
Every year, the UCSF Library reviews its journal subscriptions as part of the renewal process for the upcoming year. Due to the sharp UC budget cuts, the rising cost of electronic journal and database subscriptions, and decreased usage of print journals, we must identify savings through the reduction of print subscription costs.
For 2014, we are proposing 44 print subscriptions for cancellation. With the exception of two print-only subscriptions, all titles would remain available online to the UCSF community.