Our staff member Debra has put together a new exhibit on the third floor, a collection of Denison artifacts.
Included in the exhibit are many artifacts from the Denison collection, including a leather wallet, Colorado medal, Henry Denison’s first pair of leather shows, a doilie embroidered by Henry Denison, birthday candles and tie pins, as well as other items.
Debra worked to display the physician’s account books and the cowboy hat that will be preserved in its own special-ordered case.
You can learn more about the Denison family and look through the online archive in the digital repository.
Here is the exhibit information sheet that Debra wrote for the exhibit:
HSL’s rare materials librarian, Emily Epstein, has worked on making the Color Our Collections for 2018 into a coloring book. She collected the coloring pages into a booklet, and Douglas set out the coloring books in the main lobby with coloring supplies, including crayons and colored pencils.
Please stop by and color some of the coloring books! This is a free stress relief activity during exams this May for our students.
You can also access the coloring book to download and print at home here.
The books are on the tables around the staircases in the main lobby.
Jason, who you might recognize from the circulation desk, volunteered to get things started and color one of the coloring books!
HSL has partnered with the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities to add the Fulginiti’s exhibit brochures and catalogs to the archives at HSL.
The Fulginiti generously donated copies of each of the catalogs that they have produced for their past exhibits, and these were added to the archive that is on the third floor of HSL. If you would like to view any of the archives, special collections, or artifacts, please make an appointment with the HSL staff.
The digital version of these materials was also added to the digital repository. Anyone can access the PDF versions of any of the brochures or pamphlets through the Digital Collections of Colorado.
HSL also worked to add a record for the collection as a whole to the library catalog, and also made the collection findable in WorldCat.
The past exhibit materials also exist in digital form on the Fulginiti’s website, and also the schedule of all upcoming events, including the current exhibit and the Arts in Medicine lecture series.
HSL will continue to advertise the Fulginiti’s events on social media, so check back on the social media channels for any reminders about upcoming events. The Fulginiti Pavilion’s Manager of Operations & Educational Technology, David Weil, graciously agreed to continue the relationship and add future exhibit materials to the archive.
Subscribe to the HSL newsletter? Miss some of the issues or looking for an article from a past issue? Now you can read past issues in the digital repository!
HSL’s newsletter, The Appendix, is now available here in the digital repository, Digital Collections of Colorado. The most of past issues have been posted on the library’s webpage, but only the archive from 2009-2016 is available. Now you can view all of the issues since the newsletter began in December 2007. The issues are also searchable in the repository if you are looking for a particular article or topic, and all the issues are available as PDFs.
If you are wondering what The Appendix is, you can check out HSL’s email newsletter here, and also subscribe here. Subscribe to the Appendix to receive news and updates about HSL!
If you are also wondering what the digital repository is, you can explore the digital collections here. You can see the historic collections from when the library was Denison on the Colorado Medical Center Campus, and other collections like the theses and dissertations. HSL is also always looking for submissions if you are interested in submitting something to the digital archive!
Did you know that the Health Sciences Library has a unique collection of medical artifacts, consisting of a wide range of objects, dating from the 19th century? Besides view these artifacts in several rotating exhibits of the artifacts throughout the library, the collection is available for individual research. If you would like to search the artifact collection, visit the Library’s newest database- PastPerfect Online- http://uchslibrary.pastperfectonline.com/ All the artifacts listed in the catalog are available for anyone to look at, with an appointment. Searching help is included on the page, or you can contact Paul Andrews at email@example.com or 303-724-2113 for assistance.
The Health Sciences Library is in the process of migrating to a new system. Beginning Monday, November 7, 2016, Prospector services will be temporarily suspended as part of the migration. Prospector services will be restored within the next several months. We will notify the Anschutz Medical Campus community when services resume. Please watch for updates. You will still have options for requesting materials during the Prospector downtime.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL): Please create an ILL (Illiad) account to place requests for books and articles held at other libraries. ILL services will be limited to academic material. ILLiad is a free service for most Anschutz Medical Campus faculty, staff, and students. Please visit our webpage. For questions and help with Interlibrary Loan, please contact the ILL office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-724-2111.
Your Public Library: If you are looking for popular fiction or leisure reading, please visit your local public library. Most libraries in the metro area are members of Prospector and can help you with this service.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during our migration process! We will do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible for you. Questions? Please contact the service desk at 303-724-2152. For specific questions concerning Prospector, please contact Tami Hoegerl at 303-724-2175 or email@example.com.
The Health Sciences Library was honored to receive a micro-grant from SIPA (State Internet Portal Authority) on March 29th, 2016. Digital Resources Librarian, Heidi Zuniga, who applied for the grant, will use the money to purchase an overhead book scanner which is important for scanning fragile books and other items without damaging them. One of the first projects planned for the scanner will be the digitization of some of the works of Dr. Charles Denison on tuberculosis and high altitude medicine. The collection will be made available online in the library’s institutional repository, Digital Collections of Colorado. Check back on our blog for project news.
Digital Resources Librarian, Heidi Zuniga, accepts a SIPA micro grant from Senator John Kefalas on March 29th, 2016.