Do you need fast, reliable, and free Wi-Fi?
Check out a T-Mobile Hotspot from Strauss Library!
Mobile hotspots are a great way to have portable Wi-Fi access. They allow you to connect multiple devices at once including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and any other device that connects wirelessly to the internet. They provide no-hassle Wi-Fi, allowing “on the go” convenience wherever you live, work or travel.
Be active and stay in motion while you study at one of the walk stations in Strauss Library. Instead of sitting while you work, you can set up your laptop and materials on the height-adjustable desk of a walk station. The library offers six walk stations throughout the building. There are three stations on the first floor, one on the second floor in the Study Zone, and two walk stations on the third floor of the library. The stations are a great way to keep active and get some exercise while you work.
On December 7th, 1941, the Empire of Japan attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor, beginning the US involvement in World War II, which had been raging in Europe and Asia since the late 1930s. The Japanese also invaded the Philippines in December, 1941. Although US forces continued to fight until May of 1942, 72,000 American and Filipino soldiers were captured on April 9th. One of the American soldiers captured was Dr. Jack Comstock, a 1938 graduate of the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Remember that time when you needed a book that Strauss Library didn’t have but CU Boulder’s library had several copies? Or how about that time when you wanted to get your hands on a DVD but couldn’t squeeze time from your busy schedule to get to the public library for at least a month? Well, Prospector is here to help! Navigating to the Prospector site is easy and within moments you can have access to the full catalog containing millions of items.
Why is Prospector important?
Have you ever needed a research book that is owned by CSU? Ever wanted to read a recent best-seller, without having to travel to a local library? Or are you nostalgic for a favorite DVD that you watched as a child? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Prospector is for you!
The Strauss Health Sciences Library has a new exhibition displaying two library-owned reproduction collections.
Great Moments in Medicine and Great Moments in Pharmacy
Artist Robert Thom (1915-1979) created a series of 85 oil paintings depicting the evolution of medicine and pharmacy through the years. The library has on display 14 of the reproduced images.
From 1948 and 1964, Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals commissioned Thom to create a series entitled Great Moments in Medicine and Great Moments in Pharmacy from antiquity to the present day (1960s).
Journal impact factor, h-index, altmetrics, article citation counts: these are all examples of bibliometrics, a statistical field dedicated to analyzing research. Bibliometrics can help you determine the impact of your research publications, which agencies fund the most research in a particular field, which journals are publishing the most on a given topic, and much more.
Strauss Health Sciences Library is excited to offer circulation lockers for laptops, hotspots, EMS equipment, and your Prospector/ILL books. Circulation lockers are a self-service option that are accessible 24/7 to Anschutz users with their campus ID badge.
Where are the lockers located?
On the north side of the first-floor service desk in Strauss Health Sciences Library
How do I pick up my items from the lockers?
Library users sometimes wonder, what is interlibrary loan (ILL) and who does all that work in finding and sending me the articles I need? Here are answers from Lynn Triefus, our ILL manager at Strauss Library, and her story of why she loves helping academic library users get the resources they need.
What is Interlibrary Loan (a.k.a. ILL) anyway Ms. Triefus?