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Please join us on November 14 and 15 for the UCSF Teaching & Learning Center Educational Technology Conference. UCSF faculty, staff, and students are all welcome.
Registration is now open for two days of free workshops and presentations.
Every fall, 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.
On September 14, Dr. Martin Y. Iguchi will visit UCSF to speak about online education. All are welcome to attend the presentation.
Online Degree Programs in the Health Sciences: The Nursing@Georgetown Model
Martin Y. Iguchi, PhD
Dean, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Georgetown University
Friday, September 14
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Want to learn more about HTML5, Drupal, or Photoshop? Looking for how-to resources on programming languages, Google Analytics, or Microsoft Office applications? The Library offers access to approximately 1,700 ebooks via Safari Books Online. Browse full-text resources on a variety of technical subjects, including:
The class schedule for September - December 2012 is now available. The Library continues to offer free training in Wiki@UCSF, EndNote, and RefWorks.
In addition to these classes, UCSF students and personnel can register for multimedia and presentation workshops, such as:
Looking for an engaging novel to take with you to Golden Gate Park this weekend? How about an audiobook to listen to on an upcoming road trip?
UCSF students, faculty, and staff can check out best sellers, popular fiction, non-fiction, and audiobooks from the Popular Reading Collection at the Parnassus Library. Newspapers and current magazines are also available at both Parnassus and Mission Bay.
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.