The Lamar Soutter Library is excited to participate in UMass Chan Cares: Wellness Week 2021, happening October 25-29.
We’re excited to announce a new update to the LSL website: the A-Z Database list! The new list allows you to narrow down our list of 130+ databases by subject or by database type, which can really take some of the guessing out of your searching. We also included subjects based on your program of study, so you can see which databases your librarians think will serve you best. Still not sure where to start? You can easily reach out to a subject specialist right from within your search, either by using our Ask a Librarian chat, or contacting a librarian directly.
NLM has rolled out a new and improved version of PubMed! You may have noticed banners on PubMed directing you to check out the new interface.
Some are born to spell, and others are born to rely entirely on auto-correct. Do you belong to the former group? Then you could be the next Spelling Bee Champ! Take on your peers and the devilishly difficult multi-syllabic List of Words and spell your heart out to win the title and take home the prize. Anyone who would like to participate is welcome to sign up here: https://t.co/BTJkXhFEGf
Do you lament your spelling ability (or just fear public speaking?) Come enjoy the show, eat some snacks, and cheer for your friends!
The library has medical models available for use in the library or for borrowing! Check them out!
The Lamar Soutter Library is excited to announce that it will be hosting Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn from September 10- October 20, 2018. Per the National Library of Medicine, the exhibition “explores an increasingly popular, yet little-known literary field that presents personal illness narratives and health information through the medium of comics.
We can't spell MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSIS without Y-O-U!
Library Spelling Bee, April 17, 12-1 PM, Library First Floor