Welcome to Jason Wardell

Please welcome the newest employee in Education and Reference, Jason Wardell. Jason started on November 15th! If you see him around the library or hear from him on AskUs make sure to give him a warm welcome!

Jason edited

Learn a little bit more about Jason in his short biography:

I was born in Chicago, but have called Colorado my home since 1996. I graduated from Colorado State University in 2007 with a BA in English Literature, and again from Metropolitan State University in 2011 with a BA in Journalism. Today, I live in Denver with my wife, Mindi, and our Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Penny. I’m presently enrolled in the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University in the 2017 Denver cohort, and I aspire to work in an academic library to fulfill my dream of never leaving school. Outside of the library, I host a weekly pub quiz for Geeks Who Drink, provide website and marketing support for Cook Street School of Culinary Arts, and am very passionate about certain flavors of La Croix.

 

HSL’s Annual Mitten Tree

The Health Sciences

Library’s Annual

MITTEN TREE

Help decorate our tree with new mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves!

All items to be donated to Comitis Crisis Center

We are also accepting toiletries and other cold weather items.

Please place donations in the wrapped donation box by January 3rd, 2018.

–Tanya Tamim

EndNote™ – PDF Harvesting Change & New Proxy Setting! November 28th is the Drop Dead Date to change!

EndNote Edit Menu - choose Preferences 2017-05-17Many of you use EndNote to harvest or gather PDFs in your EndNote Library.  It’s a huge time saver when you are trying to collect the articles you need for a grant or manuscript. The library has changed how we are able to do this and you need to update your settings as soon as possible. If you don’t make these changes, your copy of EndNote will stop harvesting PDFs. Our Proxy setting has changed as well – that’s the thing that authenticates you when you are not on campus and trying to harvest PDFs.  Take the time to make this change now, the new settings are already working.

In Endnote PC, go to the “Edit” drop down menu and choose “Preferences“.  For EndNote MAC, you’ll find “Preferences” under the EndNote X8 menu. Once you are in the EndNote Preferences box, make sure you have “Find Full Text” selected.

EndNote_PDF_and_Proxy_Settings

Check all 4 of the checkboxes.  The “OpenURL Path:” field should be

https://primo.hsl.ucdenver.edu/openurl/01UCOHS/01UCOHS?

Copy and paste this into the field or type it very deliberately.  Uppercase matters and must be typed exactly as shown.  Include the “?” at the end.  Please note the URL begins with https.

You only need to fill in the “Authenticate with: URL:” field if you use EndNote when you are off campus.  Even if you use the OIT VPN, you need to configure the “Authenticate with” field.  If you never use EndNote from off campus then you may leave this field blank.  If you are using EndNote remotely, the “Authenticate with: URL” should be

https://proxy.hsl.ucdenver.edu/

If you need assistance or would like us to help walk you through any of these changes, you can reach the Education & Reference department in the library from 9:00am through 4:00pm at 303-724-2109.

Two New eBooks @HSL

HSL has two new ebooks, recently purchased from Rittenhouse.

Compact Clinical Guide to Infant and Child Pain Management by Linda Oakes

The first title is Compact Clinical Guide to Infant and Child Pain Management by Linda Oakes (2011).

Here’s the link to the record in the catalog: Search@HSL.

You can access the ebook directly here: R2 Digital Library.

 

Care of the Young Athlete by Steven Anderson, 2nd edition (2010)

The second title is Care of the Young Athlete by Steven Anderson, 2nd edition (2010).

Here’s the link to the record in the catalog: Search@HSL.

You can access the ebook directly here: R2 Digital Library.

Art From CU Exhibit Opening Reception Nov 14, 2017

Art From CU

The CU art exhibit had its opening reception on Tuesday, November 14, 2017. While the reception is over, we still encourage you to please come see all the great art that was submitted to the exhibit in the gallery on the third floor of the Health Sciences Library.

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Debra Miller organizes this exhibit, and she installed the art with the help of a ladder and some other staff members at HSL.

Art From CU 2018(3)

The exhibit will be displayed in the gallery from November 7, 2017 until January 31, 2018.  Come check out the exhibit before it ends!

Welcome to Rebecca Schneider

Please welcome Rebecca Schneider, the third new employee to Access Services! She started as a temporary employee on August 9th, and interviewed to stay here at HSL.  Her first official day was October 22, 2017.

Rebecca Schneider

Read her short biography here:

I’m a 5th generation Coloradan and learned to hike before I could crawl. At Regis University, I double majored with a BASc in French and Business, with a minor in Philosophy. For the last two years, I served with the AmeriCorps teaching literacy at an elementary school. Along with serving with the AmeriCorps, I worked at Standley Lake Library. My favorite task at the Standley Lake Library was helping with a program that brought in service dogs that kids would read to. In my spare time, I am usually reading, playing Horizon Zero Dawn, working on home improvement projects, and exploring Colorado for the best “hole in the wall” restaurants.

Welcome to Paul Gardner

The second new employee to the Access department at HSL is Paul Gardner.  He started the same day as Ruba Sadi, on Tuesday, October 17, and there was a welcome party that Thursday, October 19 for both new staff members. Please welcome him if you see him at the circulation desk!

Paul Gardner

Check out his short bio:

Paul is a UC Denver alum with a degree in English and a minor in Creative Writing. He has spent the last four years working for Denver Public Library, and the last seven with film festivals around the country. He looks forward to assisting the academic environment at Anschutz. Born to run, he loves road trips and seeing new places. He spends his free time skateboarding, reading, attending music and film events, and working with the DPS after school program.