Presented by Patient Choices Vermont and Dana Medical Library, join us for a panel discussion January 28, 5 - 6:30 pm, in the Larner Classroom: Medical Aid in Dying: The Story of One Man's Choice Reflections from the patient's family and doctor.
In partnership with the Reach Out and Read (ROR) program and UVM Medical Center Pediatrics and Family Medicine Departments, Dana Medical Library will be hosting a children’s book drive. Drop off new and gently used books by December 20th.
The University of Vermont Libraries seeks an energetic and collaborative librarian as Director of Dana Medical Library to advance our vision. Visit the UVM job board to learn more and apply.
Searching for accurate health information can be a little frightening. Fortunately, you have a whole team of people at Dana Medical Library who are highly skilled at finding reliable health information and are happy to help.
Dana’s current exhibit is an informative look at the State of Vermont’s Act 39: Patient Choice and Control at End of Life law. Stop by the library and learn more!
You will now use, exclusively, the Pharos Print Center to print in Dana from your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Drop in at any of the available workshops to learn more and get help navigating this important tool. EndNote is a commercial citation management software program that allows users to organize citations, references, PDFs and other information to be used for writing articles and course assignments.
We 💝 love 💝 to see what students create with Howe Library's 3D printer! Here, student Andrew Dunstan assembles and tests a hand-crank magnetic generator ⚙️ he designed for Prof. Carol Adair's ENSC class. It took Andrew about 2 hours to design the components and about 30 hours, over two weeks, to print them. What do 👉 you 👈 want to make? Talk to anyone at Howe Library's Media Services desk to learn more about 3D printing. #uvm #librariesrock #3dprinting #imadeitmyself