CDL profiles AIDS History Project

Through its newsletter CDL “highlights new collections on Calisphere that feature community voices and stories. These collections are made available in close collaboration with local community members and broaden our worldview through the diverse narratives and myriad perspectives that resonate in the collections. Spotlight on the AIDS History Project The UCSF Archives & …

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Staff spreading the word – Ariel Deardorff, Sarah McClung, Peggy Tahir, and me

Library staff were busy in May presenting at conferences internationally (!) and locally.

Ariel, Sarah (in absentia), and I  presented at the Medical Library Association’s meeting in Toronto.  It was a joint meeting with the Canadian Health Libraries Association and the International Clinical Librarian Conference.

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Meet Michelle McNeil

  In this recording, I interview the Marketing & Communications Assistant Michelle McNeil who started her position at the Library on Monday, February 29. Since her start, Michelle has been a great marketing and communications collaborator, from posting calendar listings to working with me on marketing strategies, and everything in …

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LibCal v2 Launched!

On Feb. 3, we migrated to a new version of LibCal, the Springshare platform that we use to provide things like Study room reservations Faculty carrel reservations Multimedia Workstations and eLearning Studio reservations Music room reservations Tech Commons walkstation reservations Library class calendar and sign-ups Office hours appointments for research …

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The year 2013 has come to a close…

The year 2013 has come to a close, and I’d like to share a summary of our accomplishments in 2012/13:
https://wiki.library.ucsf.edu/display/lib/Accomplishments+2012-13
Many of you were instrumental in the development and success of the items on the list. I also recognize that everything is not covered here and the work of everyone is essential as we strive to deliver outstanding service along with new approaches to information access.

I’m looking forward to working with everyone in 2014.

Karen