Save the dates for these upcoming library workshops for researchers.
This year has been more than any of us has bargained for, and we have collectively experienced many highs and lows. Introducing 2020 Hindsight, a creative space developed by Bronwyn Wada-Gill (SOM '22) and Megan Hansen (SOM '22) to reflect on the year 2020. They are currently seeking submissions of photos, essays, poetry, recordings, or other media from personal experiences this year.
"It took the Pandemic to reveal the resilience and grit and engagement that was within us all along,” Dr. Michael Hirsh writes in the latest blog post from The Interstitium. But the real challenge will be maintaining this momentum, he explains. Dr. Hirsh provides keen insight in “What We Learned in the Pandemic” and challenges moving forward. Read the full post at https://theinterstitium.home.blog/2020/07/20/what-we-learned-in-the-pandemic/
The National Library of Medicine released their newest version of My Bibliography yesterday, May 1, 2019. My Bibliography is an application to help you organize citations from your publications and assist eRA Commons users with managing publication or product compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
In case you missed it, here are five of the major developments in open data and data sharing for medical and biomedical data in the United States from the past year:
The library will have reduced hours from December 21, 2018 - January 1, 2019 as follows:
Friday, December 21: 7:30am - 5pm
Saturday, December 22 - Sunday, December 23: 10am - 3pm
Monday, December 24 - Tuesday, December 25: CLOSED
Wednesday, December 26 - Friday, December 28: 7:30am - 5pm
Saturday, December 29 - Sunday, December 30: 10am - 3pm
Monday, December 31: 7:30am - 5pm
Tuesday, January 1: CLOSED
Wednesday, January 2: 7:30am - 9pm (Returning to regular hours)
Altmetric badges are appearing everywhere! On journal websites, UMass Profiles, department websites, and other online locations. But how do you see all the Altmetric badges for yourself or your department all in one location and look at the details of who is talking about your research? The solution: Altmetric Explorer for Institutions!
Come join friends and colleagues at the Lamar Soutter Library Open House on Wednesday, October 24th from 11am to 1:30pm. Learn about the resources and technology available from the library and enjoy prizes and snacks!
Matteo Farinella, Ph.D., from Columbia University will be presenting “The Potential of Comics in Science Communication” on Thursday, October 18, 2:30-3:30pm in the Lazare Auditorium (S1-607).
Starting this Thursday, August 9th, an expert from the Conflict of Interest team will join a growing number of research support experts in the library classroom from 12:30-1:30 pm to take questions from researchers of all types at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial.
So if you're asking yourself, how do I know if I have a financial conflict of interest? Drop in during an Ask an Expert session to find out!