Open Access Week is just around the corner! From October 23 – 27, the library will be hosting fun and practical events to celebrate! The theme of this year’s Open Access Week is “Open In Order To ________.” Why do you support Open Access?
LSL NOW News and Events of the Lamar Soutter Library
“Assistive Technology: High-and Low-Tech Approaches to Accessibility”, an exhibit by Miriam Madsen, MEng
Ever wanted to learn about how people with a variety of disabilities navigate the world? This year marks Miriam’s fourth year recognizing National Disability Awareness Month with an exhibit on technologies that help enhance and change the lives of persons with disabilities.The exhibit includes educational posters, tactile maps and money markers, and computer software products including sign language training videos and a web browser for children with autism.
On Columbus Day, Monday, October 9, 2017 the library will be open from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
The library is accessible 24/7 for eligible patrons using their ID badge.
Join us in the library computer room this Friday, October 6, noon – 1 PM, for the second installment of our Fall Skills Series in Scholarly Publishing and Communication: Working with NCBI.
Lamar Soutter Library (LSL) has returned to full membership in the Boston Library Consortium (BLC), a collaborative consortium of 18 academic and research library members from New England. This partnership provides innovative and cost-effective access to shared information resources, services, and expertise that allow its member libraries to best serve the teaching, research, and scholarship needs of their parent institutions.
Join us in the library computer room this Friday, September 15, noon – 1 PM, for the first of our Fall Skills Series in Scholarly Publishing and Communication: Finding and Evaluating Journals.
Starting September 14th, The Quantitative Methods Core will be joining representatives from IACUC, IRB, Library, Capstone, Center for Clinical and Translational Science, and Sponsored Programs for Ask an Expert Drop-in sessions in the library.
This fall the Lamar Soutter Library will be offering a Skills Series for faculty and students on Issues in Scholarly Publishing and Communication. This series will provide practical guidance on topics such as:
Dayne Laskey, PharmD, DABAT, from the University of Saint Joseph School of Pharmacy will be presenting “The Medicine Garden: Bioactive plants of the past, present, and future” on Tuesday, August 22, noon-1pm, in Amphitheater I (S2-102).
The Lamar Soutter Library presents “Medicinal Flora of Massachusetts” curated by Tess Grynoch, exhibiting August 1 – September 30, 2017.