Of Interest

14 Days, You Had Your Say!

We asked and you responded! During our “14 Days to Have Your Say” campaign, students, faculty, researchers, clinicians, and others let us know how we can improve library services with comments posted on flip charts outside the Library located in the BICC and Learning Resource Center, as well as using an online survey and e-mail. We will use this feedback to shape future library services and to plan the use of library space. The good … Read More

New Service to Help Get Answers

The OHSU Library will introduce a new service on our website beginning July 6th to help make sure that you get fast and accurate answers from Library staff – always.  This service includes a searchable knowledgebase with answers to many commonly asked questions so that you can often find the answer you need 24/7. In addition, you can ask your question any number of ways, including text message, chat, email, or by simply clicking the … Read More

14 days to have your say!

Please visit the Library this week and enjoy some cookies and coffee, Monday-Wednesday. There is still time to have your say! Library Strategic Planning is underway, and we have a real  opportunity to re-define our services, spaces, and resources to help you prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.  The “14 Days” campaign gives you two weeks to share your needs and frustrations as you use the Library.  Simply jot down here anything that comes to … Read More

14 Days to have your say!

Library Strategic Planning is underway, and we have a real  opportunity to re-define our services, spaces, and resources to help you prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.  The “14 Days” campaign gives you two weeks to share your needs and frustrations as you use the Library.  Simply jot down here anything that comes to mind – from small conveniences to grand visions of what the Library could be.  And look for questions on selected days … Read More

Poetry Contest 2015

OHSU Library and OHSU WRITEs are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Poetry Contest. Over 35 original poems were submitted by OHSU students, faculty, staff, and volunteers this year, the second year of the annual poetry contest. Please join us in celebrating this year’s winners! FIRST PRIZE: Gretchin Lair for the poem titled ‘Encounter‘ Honorable mentions: Elizabeth Schmick for the poem titled ‘For Rachel on Call and for Pablo and William, Wherever I … Read More

Help Redesign the OHSU Library Website!

Printing now available in the Library’s 24-Hour Study Space!

The Library has installed a new printer in the 24-Hour Study Space on the 4th floor of the BICC making printing available anytime, including evenings and weekends. Users can print in black & white (.08 cents per page) or color (.25 cents per page) using their GoPrint account. Setting up a GoPrint account is easy and can be done whenever you are ready to print. The Library is working with the GoPrint vendor and plans … Read More

OHSU Library & OHSU WRITEs Annual Poetry Contest

Changes in Weekend Library Service at the BICC

Based on a proposal that analyzed usage data collected by library staff for several months, the OHSU Library is changing weekend library service at the BICC. Beginning Saturday, March 21st, anyone with an OHSU badge will have access 24 hours a day to the library, specifically the 4th floor of the BICC. The Library Service Desk will be staffed and the General Public may use the library Monday to Friday, from 8:00AM to 6PM. Staffing … Read More

RFI on the Future of the National Library of Medicine (and NCBI, PubMed)

You have a unique opportunity to affect the future of the National Library of Medicine. As Dr. Donald A.B. Lindberg retires after 30 years as director of NLM, Dr. Francis Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, has convened a “Working Group to Chart the Course for the NIH National Library of Medicine.” Chris Shaffer, OHSU University Librarian, is a member of the working group, whose charge and members are at http://www.nih.gov/about/director/02032015_working-group_nlm.htm. Consider responding to this … Read More