By Sally Taylor on July 22, 2009
In the latest UBC Library Friends newsletter, you can read about our colleague Dean Giustini, Librarian at the Biomedical Branch Library at VGH who was identifed as a 2009 Mover & Shaker by Library Journal. Dean is well known for his Search Principle blog and UBC Health Library wiki. Congratulations Dean!
By Sally Taylor on July 14, 2009
CAB Direct, a key database for agriculture, animal science, conservation, forestry, global health and nutrition has a snazzy new look. The new interface, which is available now and will replace the existing version on September 1, offers a more intuitive search experience. Features include: Simple and advanced search screens. Suggestions for spelling variations. The ability […]
By Sally Taylor on June 1, 2009
During the summer, reference librarians are available Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm at Woodward Library, and 9am-5pm in the UBC hospital libraries. Please ask at the Circulation Desk for assistance. You can also contact your Subject Librarian directly for help via email or telephone, or to make an appointment.
By Sally Taylor on January 30, 2009
UBC Library subscribes to hundreds of electronic books from SpringerLink. Prefer a print copy? Springer now offers a Print on Demand service for UBC faculty, staff and students wanting a personal copy from the library’s collection of Springer ebooks. You can have a black & white softcover copy delivered to your doorstep for $24.95 USD […]
By Sally Taylor on January 13, 2009
photo by Colin Purrington It has been 150 years since the publication of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, and 200 years since his birth (February 12). To celebrate, there will be a number of exciting events throughout the year. Check out the Vancouver Evolution Festival web site for local events, including who’s speaking at […]
By Sally Taylor on December 23, 2008
As of January 1st 2009, we will be moving BIOSIS Previews from the OVIDSP platform to the Web of Knowledge interface. You can try it now at: http://toby.library.ubc.ca/resources/infopage.cfm?id=551 You’ll be able to search BIOSIS Previews and Web of Science simultaneously, and there is no limit to the number of people who can access BIOSIS at […]
By Sally Taylor on December 9, 2008
Woodward Library staff put the finishing touches on the Christmas tree made of green and red journals from the early 1900’s. Which journals did they use? Archiv für Ophthalmologie Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Pathologie Vestnik. Akademiia Meditsinskikh Nauk SSSR Happy Holidays!