Every four years the University of Vermont Libraries run an important, nationally-benchmarked electronic survey that helps us learn how our users view library services, collections, and facilities.
Now available at Dana, check out these New and Updated e-books! We have new titles on aesthetic surgery techniques, neuroanesthesia, hearing loss, urinary tract symptoms, and cerebrovascular diseases.
After 16 years as Director, Marianne Burke will retire from the Dana Medical Library Friday, March 30th. We wish Marianne well in her future endeavors!
Patrons now have access to two iPads in the Dana Medical Library to try out BrowZine, a new app that allows for easy browsing of thousands of journal titles.
Describing library services and resources provided to the UVM Medical Center, this report reviews utilization of the library in the last 2 years with data indicating engagement between the medical center and the library.
Tackling the topic of Alzheimer’s Disease, Dana's new exhibit looks at what it is, why it occurs, and why it is considered a public health issue. It also looks at the research, initiatives, fundraising, and stories that have come to the forefront to combat and to reconcile this life-changing disease.
On April 25 at Noon, this workshop will teach you how to export citations from popular online databases, manage those citations, and automatically insert them into your paper or manuscript.
As part of the renovations for the new Larner Learning Commons, Dana’s Classroom has transformed to accommodate active learning and multi-functional events.
MedU has changed its name, and the names of some of its learning/teaching modules. The actual case content is not changing, but the site will look different.
Coming soon to #uvm, #uvmlibraries Multimedia Resources-the Wacom Intuit’s Pro Pen & Tablet. You won’t know the artist in you until you use it. The pen & tablet interfaces with Adobe Illustrator.