This latest issue of Source includes an An Update from Dean and University Librarian Xuemao Wang on the Implementation of our Strategic Plan, a Celebration of William Shakespeare and an interview with Lori Harris, NLM Associate Fellow. There are articles about two exciting spaces in the Health Sciences Library – the new Informatics Lab and the newly named Dr. Stanley B. Troup Learning Space, as well as a list of fall events in UC Libraries. Read these articles and more.
The Henry R. Winkler Center for the History of the Health Professions will be hosting the Impressions in Medicine inaugural event, Lunch and a Film: An Interview with Dr. William A. Altemeier and you are invited.
The event will be held from 12:00-1:00 PM on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 in the Stanley J. Lucas Board Room in the Medical Sciences Building (see map below).
We’ll be airing excerpts from one of the more significant oral history interviews from our extensive collection with an introduction by Secretary of the Henry R. Winkler Center Advisory Board, Dr. William Camm, along with a complimentary lunch and a viewing of an exhibit on the history of Cincinnati General Hospital.
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to anyone you know who may be interested in attending the lecture.
Join us Mon. Nov. 9 at 5:00 PM in the Gorno Library for a concert of music for trombone choir. Full program forthcoming
Join us Wed. Oct. 21 at 5:00 PM in the Gorno Library for a concert by Shing-Ming Liao featuring piano music by W.A. Mozart. Full program forthcoming
On Saturday, October 17, the 9th annual Books by the Banks: Cincinnati USA Book Festival will take place downtown at Duke Energy Convention Center from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Once again, UC Libraries is an organizing partner of the literary event that allows readers to meet and greet favorite authors.
The day-long festival will feature over 100 regional and national authors, book signings, author panels and activities for the entire family to enjoy. The popular “Writing and Getting Published” series returns this year with panel discussions covering hot topics for writers and workshops to help hone the craft of writing. All events are free and open to the public. Continue reading
You’ve started a paper or a project, and gathered a couple of great resources on your topic, but now you need more information. One of Clermont College Library’s excellent resources is the research guide.
Research Guides are easy to find. From the library’s home page, look to the left side of the screen and choose Research Guides. You will be directed to a list of guides. By clicking on one of the topics, you will find tabs that direct you to the type of resource you need. For example, if you were looking for scholarly articles on biology, choose the Biology at Clermont Guide, then click on the Articles tab.
Did you know Clermont College Library has the only quiet study space on campus? It’s true! Here are the basics.
Where’s the quiet?
The second floor.
How do I get there?
Take the elevator or the stairs.
What else is awesome about the second floor?
Study rooms, circulating books, and a laptop bar.
In order to raise awareness of the second floor, the library is sponsoring a second floor selfie contest. Participate and you’ll be entered to win a $25 Amazon gift card!
How to enter our contest:
- Visit to the library’s second floor between October 5-29
- Snap a selfie
- Email your lovely face to firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit, snap, and send – your second floor selfie!
Technical Services Manager
The Chemistry-Biology Library, 503 Rieveschl Hall, now has two large display screens available for wireless projection and group collaboration. These are on the upper level of the library, near the historic electron microscope.
Using a touch panel on the wall, choose from two options to project from your personal device:
- Apple TV – MAC, iOS devices
- AirMedia – PC, Android, MAC, iOS devices (does notsupport streaming video)
By: Nathan Hood
The Christian R. Holmes Hospital opened in May of 1929, but it wasn’t until the University of Cincinnati’s proposal process for a new Holmes Hospital Auxiliary building that any serious controversy arose over the Holmes Hospital’s modern function. As has been enumerated before, from the time of its opening the Holmes Hospital was intended to function as a private institution exclusively utilized by the College of Medicine faculty. The Hospital has long since been converted to an extension of the University Hospital; but its history, even still contentious today, is definitely worth understanding because of its pivotal role in sculpting the University medical institution Cincinnati knows today.
Join the University of Cincinnati Libraries for a series of workshops on data management planning! The workshops will address universal data management best practices for health sciences, science and engineering students and professionals. While much of the focus is on STEM fields, this course will be useful for anyone interested in learning more about data management practices and principles. Each workshop will include a teaching portion and hands on activities. We recommend that registrants attend all three workshops if possible. Workshops will be held in the Health Sciences Library (HSL) Electronic Classroom G005G.
Register at http://webcentral.uc.edu/hslclass/home.aspx
Workshops and Dates:
- October 13th, 12 – 1:30p – Data Generation and Collection (Data Management Workshop 1)
This hands-on workshop will cover topics such as: types and formats of data, file naming conventions, Readme files, data templates, metadata, and roles and responsibilities with data.
- October 20th, 12 – 1:30p – Working with Data (Data Management Workshop 2)
A hands-on workshop that covers topics such as data versioning, data backup, and UC’s new Box system
- October 27th, 12 – 1:30p – Data Preservation and Sharing (Data Management Workshop 3)
This hands-on, interactive workshop covers important aspects of data at UC and beyond including policies at the University and national levels, copyright and data, and how UC’s systems (Scholar@UC, Research Directory) integrate and use data.
For more information, contact Kristen Burgess, Assistant Director for Research and Informatics, Health Sciences Library, 513-558-3071