Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture: Exhibit @ HSL

2018-09-21 09:05:43

By Linda Johnsen, September 21, 2018

The University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to introduce Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture, a traveling exhibit on display at the Health Sciences…


Featured Library Resource: Embase

2018-09-19 08:55:12

By Linda Johnsen, September 18, 2018

Are you inadvertently missing important articles and research studies? Sometimes, searching PUBMED is not enough. Check out Embase!

Embase, often called “the European MEDLINE”, is a biomedical and pharmacological…


Hurricane Florence- Disaster Response Resources

2018-09-21 10:56:04

By Linda Johnsen, September 12, 2018 The forecast for Hurricane Florence continues to show severe impacts for the Chapel Hill and surrounding area, including the potential for flash flooding and wind damage. For updates to campus services during Hurricane Florence, see Alert Carolina. As the University prepares for Hurricane…


Cawley Appointed Head of Clinical, Academic, and Research Engagement

2018-09-10 11:58:21

The University Libraries is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Cawley as head of Clinical, Academic, and Research Engagement (CARE) at the Health Sciences Library (HSL), effective August 13. In this position, Michelle will provide strategic direction for the HSL’s integration in clinical care and clinical research. She will…


Featured Health Sciences Resource: Anatomy.TV!

2018-11-16 11:10:05

The University Libraries subscribes to two major virtual anatomy products;Anatomy.TV and e-Anatomy. We recently upgraded Anatomy.TV to include new body sections and enhanced features. These upgrades will help students gain mastery of the subject of human anatomy by allowing deeper interaction with models of the human body and…


Karen Grigg Appointed UNC Health Sciences Librarian for Collections and Instruction

2018-11-16 11:10:47

By Linda Johnsen, July 30, 2018. The University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen Grigg as the health sciences librarian for collections and instruction, effective July 2. [caption id="attachment_11890" align="alignright" width="200"] Karen Grigg, UNC Health Sciences Librarian for…


Terri Ottosen, Community Engagement & Health Literacy Librarian, Receives MLA President’s Award

2018-07-13 10:53:10

Terri Ottosen was part of the 2018 Task Force to Review the Medical Library Association’s (MLA) Competencies for Lifelong Learning and Professional Success. In recognition of their work revising the association's professional competencies to address changes to the work of health information professionals in the past decade, including technology advances, new…


Mind games: The Emerging Brain-powered Possibilities of AR and VR

2018-09-10 11:56:30

UNC computer science students invent way to control a video game with brain waves UNC student Grady Hale (right) demos the Brain VR technology at the 2018 UNC Innovation Showcase. Most people you pass on the street have a general understanding of augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR). But a team of…


HSL Adds New Furniture to Provide Better Study and Collaboration Space

2018-07-17 12:59:32

To meet the changing needs of how people study, connect, and collaborate, the Health Sciences Library has updated its furniture on the 4th floor.

In addition to facilitating improvements in the resources, services, and programming we provide, we apply the same determination…


New Location for Health Sciences Special Collections Staff July 1

2018-07-16 10:48:42

Beginning July 1, special collections employees Dawne Lucas, Barbara Tysinger and Susan Jones will move from the Health Sciences Library to the Wilson Special Collections Library. Over the next year, the Libraries will also move health sciences special collections from the Health Sciences Library (HSL) to Wilson Library. In making…


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