Five Reasons to Give $5 to Carolina’s Libraries for GiveUNC

2018-04-11 08:32:25

April 10 is GiveUNC, a day of action for Tar Heels everywhere to give back to Carolina.

At the University Libraries, we’re looking for 100 students to give $5 each. And who better to explain why you should than one of our student employees. Cassie Hazell is…


Jamie Conklin Appointed UNC Health Sciences Nursing Librarian

2018-04-10 12:52:25

Jamie Conklin, MLIS, has been named Nursing Librarian and Liaison to the School of Nursing at UNC-Chapel Hill. She officially joined the Health Sciences Library (HSL) team February 12, 2018. HSL serves as an indispensable partner in connecting people with knowledge and information to advance health and health care. Director…


HSL Hosts Carolina’s Very First Digital Health Symposium

2018-03-15 13:29:02

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) on Friday, February 23rd, hosted Carolina’s very first Digital Health symposium; Digital Health Everywhere. Approximately 90 people from academia, non-profit, government, and industry participated in this day-long event that highlighted current and emerging trends in digital health.  [caption id="attachment_10996" align="alignright" width="300"] Elaine Westbrooks speaking at…


Health Sciences Library helps UNC Demonstrate Impact

2018-03-09 09:28:52

 The Health Sciences Library Impact Measurement and Visualization Team partners with the UNC at Chapel Hill community to demonstrate collaboration and expertise in research, education, and clinical care.


The Health Sciences Library (HSL) has launched a new Impact Measurement and Visualization…


HSL to House New Interprofessional Education office

2018-04-13 09:58:48

[caption id="attachment_10899" align="alignleft" width="267"] Meg Zomorodi, clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing, will lead Carolina’s new Office for Interprofessional Education and Practice, housed in the Health Sciences Library.[/caption] The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently announced it has established a new Office of Interprofessional Education…


Hold your horses (or dogs, in this case), Lynn Gunter has retired!

2018-03-09 09:15:31

Lynn, the driving force behind Pet Therapy at the Health Sciences Library (HSL), retired earlier this month. Lynn worked for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for 30 years. Lynn started out in the University Cashiers Office, then moved on to the Office of Research Services, Department of…


Health Sciences Library Director Joins Delegation to China

2018-03-13 11:18:30

Nandita Mani, PhD, Associate University Librarian & Director at the Health Sciences Library, was invited to the new Fudan University Medical Library in China to help explore innovations in health sciences librarianship. What was the purpose of your trip? Global outreach and collaboration is of great interest and importance to…


Online Exhibit "Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic"

2018-03-15 18:04:38

[caption id="attachment_10835" align="alignright" width="300"] Poster of Red Cross nurse with a gauze mask over her nose and mouth, published by the Illustrated Current (New Haven, Connecticut) in October 1918, the height of the influence pandemic.[/caption] “Going Viral: Impact and Implications of the 1918 Flu Pandemic” is a new online…


Digital Health Everywhere Symposium Feb. 23

2018-02-13 09:29:13

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host Digital Health Everywhere; a symposium that will highlight a wide range of current and emerging trends in digital health. The speakers will be UNC researchers, students, and library staff, plus representatives from industry, government,…


UNC Libraries Tops Its Wikipedia Editing Record

2018-02-08 09:07:41

For the second year in a row, Carolina’s libraries have brought their know-how to the world’s largest online encyclopedia. From January 15 through February 3, librarians and library staff the world over provided citations to support articles in Wikipedia. The annual effort capitalizes on librarians’ expertise in finding and…


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