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The latest updates from the University Library.
Finals got you down? We’ve got your back — with longer hours plus coffee and snacks courtesy of the CoHo to power you through! CoHo@Shields Coffee, tea, fresh fruit, baked goods and snacks will be available for you to purchase and enjoy while you study! The CoHo table ...
December 9, 2019
After consulting with the faculty via the Senate Library Committee, the library has consented to campus’ request to remove the remaining collections from the first floor and lower level of the Physical Sciences and Engineering Library (PSEL) so that unforeseen construction, inspection and permitting issues can be addressed. The relevant ...
November 6, 2019
Stories in this issue:    – Jerry Brown Delivers Climate Change Lecture at Shields Library – Getty Grant Supports Groundbreaking Image Recognition Technology – New Wine Collections Highlight Stories Behind the “Judgment of Paris” – Meet the 2019 Lang Prize Winners – UC’s First Transformative Open Access Agreement – Library ...
October 31, 2019
Having a clear and detailed methods section in research journal articles is one the most effective approaches to improve research reproducibility. Reproducibility is a focus of open research as a means to improve scientific practice and reduce inefficiencies created by the inability to recreate previously performed research. The University of ...
October 24, 2019 • Megan G. Van Noord
NEJM Journal Watch helps clinicians and researchers stay current with succinct and easy-to-read summaries and expert comments on important research, medical news, drug information, public health alerts, and guidelines. NEJM Journal Watch: https://www.jwatch.org/ NEJM Journal Watch is relevant to physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, residents, students, pharmacists, and ...
October 23, 2019 • Amy Studer
TO:       UC Davis Academic Community FROM:  MacKenzie Smith, University Librarian and Vice Provost of Digital Scholarship Dennis J. Ventry, Jr., Professor of Law and Chair, Academic Senate University Committee on Library and Scholarly Communication RE:        Elsevier journals status update   As you may know, the ...
October 22, 2019 • MacKenzie Smith