OHSU students, staff, faculty and volunteers are invited to submit one to two original, unpublished poems on or before Saturday, Apr. 30, 2016, to be included in the OHSU Library and OHSU WRITEs annual poetry contest. Prizes will be awarded for the top-rated poem in each of these three categories: · OHSU experience · Artistic excellence · Health and healing The winning poems will be framed and showcased in the OHSU Library (BICC 3rd floor), … Read More
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) has issued a proposal for “Sharing Clinical Trial Data” and is asking for feedback. The announcement has appeared in the Annals of Internal Medicine, as well as published in JAMA, Lancet, PLoS Med, NEJM and CMAJ. Harlan Krumholz of Yale shared a commentary on NPR that you may find interesting. The ICMJE website provides a link to the feedback form, which has specific areas that they want comments on.
The OHSU Library at the BICC is planning to upgrade the computer areas on the 3rd and 4th floors during the 2015 winter break, from December 18th until January 3rd. The current cubicles will be removed and new computer tables with open seating will be installed allowing for greater collaboration and improved electrical and data connections. OHSU computers on the 3rd and 4th floor will be unavailable during this upgrade –we apologize for the inconvenience. … Read More
Force2016 Conference Dates: Preconference: April 17, 2016; Main conference: April 18-19, 2016 Venue: Portland, Oregon Hashtag: #Force2016 Site: www.force2016.org Chair: Melissa Haendel Program Chairs: Susanna Sansone and Nicole Vasilevsky The FORCE2016 Research Communication and e-Scholarship Conference brings together a diverse group of people interested in changing the way scholarly and scientific information is communicated and shared. Join us in Portland if you are passionate about transforming research processes and scholarly communication in support of maximizing accessibility and efficiency. Keynote … Read More
Congratulations to Eleni O’Neill, winner of the $50 Powell’s gift card. Thank you to everyone who has provided us feedback for our Strategic Planning Campaign. We look forward to sharing our plan soon.
The OHSU Library congratulates Stephanie Kerns, MLS, Associate University Librarian, who has been selected for the National Library of Medicine (NLM) / Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries (AAHSL) Leadership Fellows Program. The Program prepares emerging leaders for director positions in academic health sciences libraries, and is jointly funded by NLM and AAHSL. Since the program began in 2002, twenty-seven fellow graduates have assumed director positions. Ms. Kerns will be mentored by Julia Sollenberger, MLS, AHIP, FMLA, Associate … Read More
The “Measuring the Impact of Network Electronic Service” (MINES) survey, created by the Association of Research Libraries, was administered at the OHSU Library over a 12-month period during 2013-2014. This survey collected data about the demographics of users and their reasons for using electronic resources purchased and licensed by the OHSU Library. The survey consisted of four questions that were asked each time a randomly selected Library patron accessed a journal article, book, clinical tool, … Read More
David recently graduated with a MLIS from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign with a specialization in Data Curation. He most recently served as a System Administrator for the Computation Institute at the University of Chicago. Previously he was Manager of Server Support for the Social Sciences Division at the University of Chicago. He has also worked at the State University of New York at Geneseo and the University of Rochester. Additionally he has worked … Read More
The Library is currently engaged in a Strategic Planning Campaign that will guide programs and policies over the next 3-5 years. With your help we have an opportunity to re-define our services, spaces, and resources to help prepare you for the challenges of tomorrow. To get there, it is essential that we understand your current needs and anticipate your future ones. Please give us your feedback. Students: We want to improve your training experience by … Read More
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