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What a party!

By October 3, 2016September 16th, 2023No Comments

The Bio-Medical Library welcomed over 200 visitors during its Open House last week. The event showcased the new services and spaces within the library. If you missed the event, here’s a photo journal of the celebration.

Passport to information solutions

Visitors collected passport stamps at each of the stations for a chance to win fabulous tech prizes! Each location featured the library’s wonderful services and resources, as introduced by our fabulous library staff.  quietstudy2
















1:Button Studio

Jack McTeague showed how video presentations can be made at the push of a button.1button









Data Visualization

Shanda Hunt talked about how data can be visualized for greater understanding using software available on our Productivity Computer Workstations.dataviz







Virtual Reality / Tech Lab

Jonathan Koffel explored the possibilities of Virtual Reality in support of health sciences education, teaching, and research.vr








Wangensteen Historical Library

Todd Fenton welcomed visitors into the Wangensteen Historical Library of Biology and Medicine, where they engaged with medical artifacts and rare books.wangensteen-3-a

Services & resources

Emily Reimer shared news of the services and resources of the Bio-Medical Library. Individuals were able to use the library’s collection of anatomical models and learn about Publishing Services, Copyright Consultation, Systematic Review Services, Researcher Services, and more!models








Quiet study

Shhhh…. When visitors got to our fourth floor, they were invited into our quite study areas with personal study pods for focused work.quietstudy










Activities & fun

We also had a great time celebrating with food, prizes, button making, and art projects.prize






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