Himmelfarb Headlines - February / March 2017

Director's Desk/What's New at Himmelfarb

The Library is continually working to improve resources and services. We do this by asking users directly about their needs, by hiring excellent staff, and by building community. See below for some examples.
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A Busy Year

Himmelfarb Library's annual report has just been released. Take a look to learn more about our instructional efforts, the high use of our collections, the growth of Health Sciences Research Commons, and our professional activities.

Scholarly Communications Series

Join us for Updates in Scholarly Communications: Publishing, Impact, and Visibility, lecture and panel series and learn more about a wide range of topics related to publishing and scholarly communications.
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Art Show Anniversary

The Himmelfarb Library's Art Show is celebrating it's 30th anniversary this year. Each year Himmelfarb hosts an exhibition highlighting the many artistic accomplishments of our students, faculty and staff.
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Documents2Go Switches to NetIDs

Now it’s even easier to request an article from another library! As of January 9, 2017, Himmelfarb patrons can request materials not held in the Himmelfarb collections by logging in to the Documents2Go system with their NetID and password.
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Predatory Publishing

While it may be flattering to hear that a journal is interested in publishing your work, don’t be fooled by flattery. The rise of open access publishing through legitimate publishing venues has opened the door for predatory publishers to take advantage of and profit from researchers seeking to publish the results of their research.
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Staff Spotlight - Introducing JoLinda Thompson, Systems Librarian

Himmelfarb Library continues this feature in our newsletter that lets us become better acquainted with our friends and colleagues at the Himmelfarb Library. In this issue we learn more about JoLinda Thompson, Systems Librarian.
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Faculty Spotlight - Interview with Kim Robien, Associate Professor, Milken Institute School of Public Health

Himmelfarb Library continues this feature in our newsletter that lets us become better acquainted with our friends and colleagues at the George Washington University. In this issue we learn more about Kim Robien, Associate Professor, Milken Institute School of Public Health.
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Student Spotlight - Meet Artin Galoosian, a fourth year medical student

Himmelfarb Library continues this feature in our newsletter that lets us become better acquainted with our friends and colleagues at the George Washington University. Enjoy our first student profile, Artin Galoosian, a fourth year medical student.
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