UGA is updating the lighting in the Science Library, which will improve energy efficiency, light quality, etc. Unfortunately this may also cause some noise and disruption so please be aware of this when entering the building. We anticipate this project taking no more than two weeks. If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact the Science Circulation Department at 542-4535; email@example.com. Thanks.
The UGA Libraries are currently looking into making SciFinder Scholar available off campus. If you would like to provide feedback on this database, please fill out this online assessment tool by 30 June 2011. Thank you.
The Food Science Dept. will be hosting a blueberry tasting event in the Science Library lobby on Thursday, 26 May ’11 from 11:00 AM – 4:30 PM (or until they run out of food). Thanks!
There will be a Blood Drive in the Science Library lobby on Monday, October 18th from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Free T-shirt’s will be given to every participant!
All donors are strongly encouraged to eat a full meal and drink plenty of caffeine-free liquids before and after giving blood.
The UGA’s Science Library has arranged for a PubMed trainer to visit campus tomorrow, Wednesday October 6. The trainer will give tips on how to better search in PubMed and will be available for any questions you may have on using this resource.
The training will take place at 3:00PM in room 382 of the Science Library. If you have any questions regarding this training session please contact Diana Hartle (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is a small leak on the 4th Floor of the Science Library. If you cannot access the books you need, please ask at the Circulation Desk and we’ll get them for you. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Due to a scheduled upgrade of one of our major full-text databases (ScienceDirect), UGA-affiliated researchers may have difficulties accessing online articles on Saturday, 28 August 2010. This database will be offline from 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST. If you have any questions or would like to explore other options for getting full-text online articles during that time period, please contact the Reference Department at this website.
Thank you, and our apologies for the inconvenience!
There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive in the Science Library lobby on Wednesday, 25 August from noon until 5:00 PM. If you’ve got some free time, come on down and help save a life!
The History of Science display at the Science Library showcases major scientific discoveries throughout history. In addition, it provides a sampling of the materials the Science Library owns on these topics for interested viewers. Please go here if you’d like information on how you can reserve the Science Library display case for your own research.
We also have some new information on the Costa Rica Study Abroad program, including some promotional materials and other items of interest located in the display case to the immediate right when you’re entering the library. Go here for more information on this UGA-sponsored study abroad program.
The UGA Libraries are offering many Blue Card events over the next few weeks so if you’d like to be able to register for classes early (or are just curious), please attend a few of these! The schedule of Library (and non-Library) Blue Card events is
If you’d like to know more about this program, please go