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Build your career, one book at a time

The Career and Workplace Enhancement Center has donated more than 100 career development and skill-building books to the OHSU Library. The CWE Center Library Collection covers a wide range of...

Your Suggestions, Week of 2/4/19

If the library is investing in games (https://blogs.ohsu.edu/library/2019/01/23/games-at-the-ohsu-library/), two other health-related (and fun) games that you should consider are GutCheck and...

Better BioData with Ontologies and Linked Data Workshop

Have you ever wondered... What an ontology is and why anyone would use one? Who's using ontologies, and how are they using them? How ontologies are created and maintained? How to use an...

OHSU Library celebrates Black History Month

After listening to the National Public Radio show Fresh Air on cognitive flaws aka “Brain bugs” featuring  Dr. Dean Buonomano  professor of Neurobiology and Psychology at University of...

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Oral History: Susan Conrad

This post comes from Meg Suhosky, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Another new and wonderful interview from our Oral History Collection is now available!...

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Oral History: Dr.  Mary Stenzel-Poore

This post comes from Meg Suhosky, Student Archives Assistant in the Historical Collections & Archives. Today’s post is a highlight from our Oral History Collection, which features an...

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Introducing Samvera: Our New Digital Repository

Starting on January 25th, the library’s digital collections will be moving into a new system called Samvera. Some highlights of the new system include an improved limiting functionality which...

Your Suggestions, Week of 1/21/19

I would appreciate a MyLibrary option that allows me to customize the tools that I regularly use. As faculty, I would greatly appreciate being able to quickly open the Journal of Nursing Education...

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Games at the OHSU Library!

We are announcing our new game collection. You might ask “what is the Library doing with games?” Many academic libraries have started game collections and we are joining in. Tabletop games...