Congratulations to all of our graduating students and best wishes for a wonderful summer to those heading out on break! It has been a busy and productive year here at Himmelfarb. As I write this piece, our biggest student and faculty Art Show is underway. We have just finished a series of Healthy Living activities ranging from good foods with chocolate to ice skating. Our revamped web page debuted in early January and has been well received. The Himmelfarb Library App Shelf has proved particularly popular.
Support for Active Learning
To support faculty revising instructional sessions, courses, and curricula with an eye toward active learning, Himmelfarb Library has created an Active Learning Resources Research Guide.. The guide is designed to help faculty identify tools and resources to support active learning and flipped classroom environments and includes information on:
« Creating online recordings - equipment and software to help you create online recordings and tutorials, deliver webinars, and more.
« Locating readings - find readings to support your instruction in Himmelfarb’s extensive online collection and provide direct links to readings for easy access by students.
Thieme eNeurosurgery is now available from Himmelfarb Library! Thieme eNeurosurgery is a current, online neurosurgery resource to support education and clinical care. Thieme eNeurosurgery provides both traditional resources such as full-text books and journal articles as well as innovative audiovisual components such as step-by-step procedures, videos, and images:
« Books - Thieme eNeurosurgery provides access to more than 100 current neurosurgery titles across multiple neurosurgery topics including spine, cerebrovascular, neurotrauma and critical care, pain, pediatric, peripheral, stereotactic and functional, and tumors.
Talent on Display...Himmelfarb's Art Show
If you walk through the main floor of the Himmelfarb Library from April 3rd to May 2nd you will be surrounded by the visual display of art work ranging from ceramic designs to large oil paintings. Each year since 1987, the Himmelfarb Library sponsors an art show where the Library is transformed into an art gallery displaying the artistic talents of our faculty, students and staff in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Milken Institute School of Public Health and School of Nursing.