Posts by carrsh

Water Bottle Filling Station

We are happy to announce that Library users now have access to a water bottle filling station in the 4th floor 24-hour study space in the BICC.  The new station is conveniently located near the...

OHSU Brain Fair

Faculty from the OHSU Library will be participating in the OHSU Brain Fair at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) on Saturday, March 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This year’s Brain...

24-Hour Study Space Closure

The OHSU Library 24-hour study space on the 4th floor of the BICC will be closed Friday, March 22nd and will reopen Monday, April 1st. Other areas of the library will remain open during regular...

Abstract Writing 101

A good scientific abstract communicates complex research in a succinct and clear form.  Though highly formulaic, it can be hard to get it right! In this OHSU Library workshop, attendees will...

A Gentle Introduction to the Command Line

What is the command line and why would you want to use it?  Command line interfaces (CLIs) offer more control, speed, precision, and efficiency than graphical user interfaces (GUIs) can provide....

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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...

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...