All access to RefWorks that you have obtained through UNC Libraries will cease after August 31, 2017. What you need to do: Do not use RefWorks to insert citations in writing projects that may still be in draft stage after August 31 of this year. Identify content that is currently…
On May 3rd, 4th and 5th HSL once again hosted Pet Therapy Stress Buster sessions for students, staff, and faculty fatigued by finals. On Wednesday and Thursday, friendly felines and cuddly canines soothed studying students. Therapy dogs Memphis, Dalton, Cashel, Whiskey, Dallas, and Priva, along with therapy cats Cadi and…
On April 28, 2017, the Friends of the Library Board of Directors held its Annual Spring Meeting at the Health Sciences Library. HSL Director Nandita Mani and librarians Lara Handler and Brian Moynihan gave presentations about HSL partnerships, library instruction, outreach services, community engagement, and health technology and informatics. Banners,…
The Health Sciences Library recognized the commitment and service of two staff members at its 20th annual awards ceremony and reception on April 21, 2017. Max Bowman earned the Award for Excellence, which recognizes an exceptional contribution made in the award year. Kate McGraw earned the Award for Dedicated Service,…
The second Data Visualization Showcase and Contest was held on April 11, 2017 at the Health Sciences Library. The Showcase and Contest highlighted UNC students' work in data visualization in a competitive format. This year six students from the Gillings School of Global Public Health, School of Information and Library…
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to exhibit quilts from Susanna Stewart of Quartz Hill Quilts. The quilts are located on the first, second, and fifth floors of the library.
“I learned to sew as a child, and went through years of making clothes for myself that never seemed to…
When Rachael Posey, Eshelman School of Pharmacy liaison and Systematic Review Coordinator for the Health Sciences Library, consults with researchers on starting a systematic review, their reaction is similar. "They are surprised at how much the librarians do and how much information they know. Many just expect the librarians to…
Librarians Brenda Linares and Linda Johnsen participated in the Work Well, Live Well Expo held Wednesday March 15 at the Rams Head Recreation Center. The annual Expo, hosted by UNC’s Office of Human Resources, gives fellow employees an opportunity to learn about the health and wellness offerings available both on…
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Health Affairs Schools have joined forces to build collaborations to make interprofessional education and collaboration the norm for all students.
Although HSL librarians love helping patrons in the library, they also like to take their skills on the road! Mary White and Brenda Linares promoted HSL services at the 38th Annual Minority Health Conference, held at the Friday Center on February 24. Major objectives of the conference are to highlight…