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VCU Health Sciences Library winter hours are as follows:
Saturday, Dec. 16 & Sunday, Dec. 17: Closed
Monday, Dec. 18 - Thursday, Dec. 21: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 22: 8 a.m. - noon
Saturday, Dec. 23 - Monday, Jan. 1: Closed
Tuesday, Jan. 2 - Friday, Jan. 5: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 6 & Sunday, Jan. 7: Closed
Monday, Jan. 8 - Friday, Jan. 12: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 13 & Sunday, Jan. 14: Closed
Monday, Jan. 15: Closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
Tuesday, Jan. 16: Spring Hours Begin
Visit us online during winter break for more information and to access resources 24/7 go.vcu.edu/hsl
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The research backbone and academic heart of Virginia Commonwealth University
The James Branch Cabell Library and the Health Sciences Library offer a print collection of three million volumes and 50,000 serial titles, along with an extensive collection of digital materials to advance the academic work of the VCU community.
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In partnership with the VDA, VCU Libraries has digitized the archive of Virginia Dental Association Journals, going back more than a century>> https://www.vadental.org/news-details/2023/11/20/in-partnership-with-the-vda-vcu-libraries-has-digitized-the-archive-of-virginia-dental-association-journals
The more than 100 volumes of digitized content can be found in two collections within VCU Libraries’ institutional repository, Scholars Compass. One collection contains issues of the Bulletin of the Virginia State Dental Association, and the other contains issues of the Virginia Dental Journal.
From VDA President Dr. Dustin Reynolds: “The VDA is so grateful to the team at the VCU Health Sciences Library for working to digitize both the Bulletin of the Virginia State Dental Association and the Virginia Dental Journal. Founded in 1870, the history of the VDA is the history of dentistry in Virginia and having these records accessible online is an incredible resource for future generations of dentists.”
Help us build the "Reflections" exhibit. Submit your photos and artwork by Nov. 30. https://blogs.vcu.edu/librarystories/2023/10/30/submit-artwork-to-reflections-exhibit/
Tonight's the big night: Cabell First Novelist Night. The 2023 award recipient Tess Gunty reads from "The Rabbit Hutch" and talks about writing and publishing at Cabell Library, 7 p.m. https://www.library.vcu.edu/about/events/2023-2024/first-novelist-.html
As a salute to veterans for their service on Veterans Day, explore a few military comics from our Comic Arts Collection. The comic arts take on many tough topics. https://www.flickr.com/photos/vculibraries/albums/72157694892143631
Today, Nov. 8 is National First-Gen College Celebration Day. Reps from VCU Libraries will be at the resources fair on the Commons Plaza, noon to 2 p.m. Come by and meet us and pick up some swag, including phone covers, and some info to help you finish the semester strong.
Today is Election Day. The university is closed so you can get out and vote.
Although the university is closed on Election Day, Nov. 7, Cabell Library is open 7:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Think of it as a bonus reading day.
For a weekend project: Check your camera roll or portfolio for an image for VCU Libraries' "Reflections" exhibit. https://blogs.vcu.edu/librarystories/2023/10/30/submit-artwork-to-reflections-exhibit/
To celebrate Open Access Week, this week’s Cabell Screen exhibit showcases just a small selection of VCU Libraries’ open access and public domain resources, as well as images from educational resources and works of scholarship created by members of the VCU community.
October 23-29, VCU Libraries is celebrating Open Access Week, a global event and opportunity for the academic and research community to learn about the benefits of open access, coordinate in taking action to make openness the default for research and education, and ensure that equity is at the center of this work. “Open” is the movement to remove access barriers to educational and research materials. Open resources are freely accessible (meaning they’re not behind a paywall) and may be shared with open licenses.
VCU Libraries supports the publication of scholarship and research findings that are accessible to all through VCU Publishing, the sharing of unique materials from Special Collections and Archives with the world through Digital Collections, and the creation of customized course content through the Open and Affordable Course Content Initiative. If you’re interested in getting your research out from behind paywalls, VCU Libraries can help.
2023 News | Open Access Week | VCU Libraries Faculty: Explore options and VCU Libraries services during Open Access Week October 23, 2023 October 23-29, VCU Libraries is celebrating Open Access Week. This global event is an opportunity for the academic and research community to learn about the benefits of open access, coordinate in taking acti...
October is National Medical Librarians Month. This month VCU celebrates all the work and expertise the librarians here at the Health Sciences Library put into improving medical research and practice, finding the best evidence, and supporting our faculty, students, and staff however they can.
Medical librarians are an integral part of the MCV Campus. They have a direct impact on the quality of patient care and research by helping users stay current about advances in their specialty areas. They teach students and healthcare providers how to find and evaluate information, and provide access to resources in a variety of formats.
Working on a group puzzle is a great way that medical librarians (right to left) Samantha Guss, Talicia Tarver and John Cyrus collaborate and have fun between consultations and searching at the office!
Students got a chance today to take a break from studying and unwind by playing one of our medically themed board games at the Health Sciences Library. These games offered students a chance to review basic medical terminology and knowledge in a fun, relaxing way. Stop by and enjoy these games at a future StudyWell event.
Students at the Health Sciences Library showed their creativity by designing and creating their own unique buttons to express their support and celebrate National Coming Out Day.
The VCU Real Life Film Series relaunched this academic year with the screening of "Breaking Loneliness" at the Health Sciences Library. The documentary focuses on people who have worked to overcome their own loneliness and social isolation and are now helping others to battle their own. The screening provided insights related to concepts addressed by the VCU Common Book "Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness."
After the film, VCU College of Health Professions Gerontology Professor, Jodi Winship, Ph.D., discussed her research and current trends concerning loneliness and aging.
October is Virginia Archives Month and the theme for 2023 is Community Made: Zines and Self-Published Materials! The Special Collections and Archives Department celebrated by giving out buttons with images of historic MCV buildings and Archives 101 Zines to students at the Health Sciences Library.
Mail day at the office! VCU's Cabell First Novelist Award is OPEN for submissions! Submit today!
Debut novels conventionally published anytime in the 2023 calendar year are eligible.
See https://firstnovelist.vcu.edu/submit-a-novel/ for more details on submission and eligibility!
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The VCU Health Sciences Library is spotlighting challenged books and censorship during Banned Book Week, Oct. 1-7, with the Freedom to Read Pop-up Book Display, located in the library's lobby. The books featured in the display have all been targeted for removal or restriction in libraries, schools and prisons. To learn more about Banned Books Week check the news link in our profile.
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Visit VCU Libraries this week. Take a moment to think about attacks on libraries and the national surge in book bans and challenges during Banned Book Week. https://www.library.vcu.
2023 News | Banned Books Week | VCU Libraries Explore censorship through VCU Libraries Banned Book Week activities September 26, 2023 Censorship is in the air these days. Book bans or challenges are seeing a record-breaking surge. In light of this trend, VCU Libraries plans educational programming and exhibits during Banned Book Week Oct. 1-7.....
The publisher of one of VCU Libraries' most treasured items in our vast Comic Arts Collection, the All-Negro Comics No. 1, was a victim of censors. See this work and more in "Ink and Rebellion," an exhibit on the 4th Floor, Cabell Library.
Censorship is in the air these days. Book bans are surging. In light of this trend, VCU Libraries plans educational programming and exhibits during Banned Book Week Oct. 2-7. https://www.library.vcu.edu/about/news/2023-news/banned-books-week-.html
Plan to visit a VCU library this week to participate in Banned Book Week activities.
Explore censorship through VCU Libraries Banned Book Week activities VCU Libraries plans educational programming and exhibits in the midst of an unprecedented period of attempts to ban books.
Patrons learned about local support services for seniors and caregivers using the SeniorNavigator website at the "Your Guide to Aging Well" event held at the VCU Medical Center Health and Wellness Library. SeniorNavigator is an online directory that lists 26,000+ resources that help older adults remain independent and supports family caregivers. Additional topics attendees discussed with Bonnie Scimone, Lead Community Specialist and Marketing Assistant at VirginiaNavigator, were social and community engagement, navigating your health care, brain health, and elder abuse.
VCU Libraries, in support of open and affordable course materials across the VCU community, announces that a new round of VIVA Open Adopt Grants is open for applications. These $2,000 grants empower faculty with the resources and time they need to integrate existing open or no-cost materials into a syllabus. Applications are due Nov. 7. Award notification will take place on Dec. 15. Information sessions will be held Oct. 3, 18 and Nov. 3.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. VaCora Oliver-Rainey, who is one of five VCU faculty members to receive grant funding from VCU Libraries to support the development of a free digital textbook. With the help of Brian Allen, a fourth year dental student, Rainey will customize a textbook for her Practice Management course. The customized content will supplement lectures, contain assignments and provide resources on how to run a dental practice after graduation. Read more in our latest blog article: https://dentistry.vcu.edu/post/?id=20230921-dr.vacoraoliver
September is Deaf Awareness Month, bringing visibility to and awareness of the communication needs and unique identity of deaf and hard of hearing people.
Deaf Awareness Month aims to increase public awareness of deaf issues, people and culture, emphasizing the positive aspects of deafness, encouraging social inclusion and raising awareness of the organizations locally, nationally and globally that support those who are deaf.
The VCU Libraries Special Collections and Archives is home to The Culter Collection, which contains various examples of hearing aids that have been developed from ancient times throughout the 10th century.
VCU's Peer Health Educators stopped by the Health Sciences Library as a part of Study Well to show students how to register and participate in RecWell programs, identify campus resources to support their well-being at VCU, practice strategies and set goals for well-being and self-care using the self-guided Passport to Well-Being program. Images by Sundus Fatimah and Danny Lyons
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