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SBU Open Access Research: High impact and on the rise

SBU Research Data SBU Open Access Publishing Activity 87,621  articles published by SBU scholars and researchers, 1966 – 2015 1602, or ~2% of those articles are open access 27,628 articles published by SBU scholars and researchers, 2006 – 2015 6% of

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Michael Bailou Huang Receives Honorary Appointment as Professor at Shandong Normal University

Michael Bailou Huang, Coordinator of the Office of Global Library Initiatives and Librarian of Stony Brook University Libraries, received an honorary appointment as Professor at a ceremony that took place on December 15, 2016 in Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.

Posted in Global Initiatives, Health Sciences Library

Michael Bailou Huang Presents at Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China

Librarian Michael Bailou Huang presented an invited lecture titled “The Changing Role of Academic Libraries and Librarians in the United States” at Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China on December 15, 2016. Over 200 librarians from the hosting institution and other

Posted in Global Initiatives, Health Sciences Library

Creative Commons: Some Rights Reserved

Creative Commons is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting an open and accessible internet that is enriched with free knowledge and creative resources for people around the world to use, share, and cultivate. Creative Commons provides free tools that

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Scholarly Communication, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Open Access Symposium 2016

The Center for Scholarly Communication, Stony Brook University Libraries presents Open Access, Global Access and Research Futures, the Open Access Symposium 2016. When: Tuesday, October 25 Where: Wang Center, Stony Brook University Registration is free and open! Open Access, Global

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Meet Captain Jack Marrow

The winning name is Captain Jack Marrow!   Thank you to all who participated in the skeleton naming contest at the Health Sciences Library.  The raffle winner has been selected and will be announced later this week. Don’t forget, Captain

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Libraries

Name our skeleton! Vote today!

Medical and health sciences students! Visit the Health Sciences Library to vote on a name for our skeleton model and be entered to win a raffle prize. Voting ends on 9/2, a winner will be announced on 9/12. We need

Posted in Health Sciences Library

Tech Spotlight: Visible Body 3D Anatomy Online

Visible Body has traditionally been a desktop application that allows students to view and manipulate different parts of the human anatomy to help them focus on specific organ systems and learn at their own pace. Recently, Visible Body has gone

Posted in Emerging Technology, Health Sciences Library, Library Technology, Mobile Technology, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Michael Huang Presents at ALA Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida

Michael Huang, Librarian, Coordinator of the Office of Global Library Initiatives, presented “Transformation of academic libraries in China: Challenges, opportunities, and best practices” at the American Library Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, Orlando, Florida, June 23-28, 2016.

Posted in Global Initiatives, Health Sciences Library

University Librarians Present Consumer Health Resources to Suffolk County Librarians

On Wednesday, June 22, SBU Librarians Jennifer Lyon, Jamie Saragossi, and Sally Stieglitz presented Consumer Health Resources for the Public Librarian to an engaged audience of public librarians at the Suffolk Cooperative Library System (SCLS) in Bellport, NY at an event co-sponsored by SCLS

Posted in Government Information, Health Sciences Library, Library Outreach, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics