The Amesse Collection, which features current fiction and nonfiction leisure reading material, is located on the east side of the library’s 1st floor. Take a look at these recently added titles:
-Hughes, Dorothy/ In a lonely place
-Kunzru, Hari/ White tears
-Ng, Celeste/ Little fires everywhere
-Weed, Tim/ Field guide to murder & fly fishing
-Blakeslee, Nate/ American wolf: a true story of survival & obsession in the West
-Federman, Adam/ Fasting & feasting: the life of visionary food writer Patience Gray
-Kang, Lydia/ Quackery: a brief history of the worst ways to cure everything
-Kelly, Scott/ Endurance: a year in space, a lifetime of discovery
-Walker, Matthew/ Why we sleep
Check out these new titles in the Amesse Memorial Collection:
- Biblio TECH: Why libraries matter more than ever in the Age of Google/ John Palfrey
- Convergence: The idea at the heart of science/ Peter Watson
- Found: A life in mountain rescue/ Bree Loewen
- The knowledge illusion: Why we never think alone/ Steven Sloman
- Milk & honey: Poems/ Rupi Kaur
- Option B: Facing adversity, building resilience, & finding joy/ Sheryl Sandberg
- Pickets & Dean Men: Seasons on Rainier/ Bree Loewen
- Unshakeable: Your financial freedom playbook/ Tony Robbins
Health Sciences Library offers a self-serve print system in the library. Users pay for print and copy jobs via credit card right at the printer locations, with black and white pages costing 10 cents, and 25 cents per page for color.
Wireless printing is also available; send jobs to our library printers from anywhere and pick them up when it’s convenient for you! Print jobs will remain available for up to 24 hours. There are multiple ways to print:
- From workstations in the library
- Directly from a USB drive
- From your own laptop (via wireless)
- Email files as an attachment
- Direct uploads to the PrintMe cloud
Enjoy fast and easy print job retrieval at any of the print/copy release stations in the library. Simply scan the barcode for the job from your mobile device or key in in the document ID number. View a print and cost preview prior to printing, with the ability to change print options such as number of copies, pages to print, color printing, and more!
Questions? Stop by the Service Desk, pick up a handout at our printing locations, or view our how-to videos!
Beginning Feb. 14th through the end of May, there will be periodic increased noise levels on the 2nd floor while we move items from our north end journal stacks to make room for an improved, larger study area. Construction of the new space will begin in early June.
Alternate study areas are available on the 1st & 3rd floors. Should you need them, feel free to ask for earplugs at the Service Desk.
Thanks for your patience while this exciting new project begins!
Take a spin on our new bike stations!
Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the arrival of three new stationary bike stations; now you can get moving while you study! Two stations are located on opposite ends of the 3rd floor, while the other sits near the north end of the 1st floor, next to one of the library’s four walk stations.
All HSL fitness equipment is intended for light to moderate use while studying. Stop by & give one a try! For details, ask at the library service desk or call 303-724-2152.
The Health Sciences Library’s group study room reservation system has been expanded for the Fall 2016 semester, with the addition of Rooms 1205 & 1303 (both contain LCD screens & can hold up to six people), located in the Information Commons computing area on the library’s 1st floor. Room 1305, which has an LCD screen & a capacity of up to 12 people, is also available for reservation.
On the 3rd floor, Room 3301, which seats up to eight people, has been added to Rooms 3205 & 3303 as part of the study room reservation service.
Booking a room is FAST & EASY- just go to http://hslibrary.ucdenver.libcal.com/booking/groupstudy. You can also find the reservation page by going to the library’s web page (http://hslibrary.ucdenver.edu), selecting “Services”, and then clicking on “Reserve a Group Study Room”.
Coelho, Paulo/ The Alchemist
Egan, Jennifer, ed./ Best American Short Stories 2014
Hughes, Dorothy/ The Expendable Man
Jansson, Tove/ The Woman Who Borrowed Memories
Lisboa, Adriana/ Crow Blue
Mantel, Hilary/ The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher
Gawande, Atul/ Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End
Gleiser, Marcelo/ The Island of Knowledge: The Limits of Science and the Search for Meaning
Kim, Suki/ Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite
Munroe, Randall/ What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions
West, Cornel/ Black Prophetic Fire