Introduction: Meg Suhosky

This post comes from Meg Suhosky, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Hi there! My name is Meg and I joined the HC&A team as a student archives assistant...

Tips and Tricks for Public Speaking, Better Slide Decks, and Posters

  Public speaking is an important type of scientific communication, but it can be scary.  Developing public speaking confidence and the skillful use of visual presentation materials is...

Artist in the Archives: Archie Tunturi

This post is by Archives Assistant John Esh. A researcher and professor at Oregon Health & Science University, Dr. Archie R. Tunturi specialized in research on the brain and nervous system....

EndNote X9 Now Available

EndNote, a popular citation management program used for organizing references and generating bibliographies, is available free of charge to all OHSU students, faculty and staff through the OHSU...

Oregon Doctors at War

This post comes from Jeff Colby, Archives Assistant, Historical Collections & Archives. As the Commemoration of the First World War comes to an end, I thought it would be interesting to take a...

Join us for the next BioData Club workshop on Friday, November 16.

A personal website can serve as a flexible hub for presenting your best professional self, but where do you start?  In this BioData Workshop you will create a free website with options for...

OHSU at OpenCon

For the third consecutive year the OHSU Library is sponsoring a student scholarship to OpenCon, an international conference focused on open science and scholarship. OpenCon provides early career...

Register for the next OHSU Impact Challenge Workshop!

Rules of Research: 10 Things You Should be Doing with Your Data In this interactive workshop you’ll learn about practices and considerations for making your data maximally valuable and reusable...

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Introduction: Jeff Colby

This post comes from Jeff Colby, Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Hi all, my name is Jeff Colby, and I have been with Historical Collections & Archives...

High Impact Publishing: Getting Your Work Published and Read

Scientific publishing is changing.  There are a growing list of platforms and strategies for sharing your work and increasing the attention it receives, but the choices can be confusing. In this...