It’s the job of Penn's Office of Environmental Health and Radiation Safety (EHRS) to develop, implement, and manage the systems that keep the university's many science labs as safe as possible. But in the last few years, the team has begun turning to chemistry librarian Judith Currano as a vital partner in these processes.
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We recently sat down with curator Dot Porter to talk about how she tries to bring very old books to life in the digital world.
As part of this three-year pilot, authors who have published with many Elsevier journals and who were affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania at the time of publication will retroactively have their articles made open access.
Just in time for National Library Week, we sat down with our interns to learn about their backgrounds, their experiences working at the information desk in Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, and what they think every Penn student should know about using the Penn Libraries.
Last month, we sat down with Coladangelo to learn about his work with SIMS, what it taught him about communicating across disciplines, and how he hopes his work will help researchers enrich their understanding of the past.
This semester, spend some time exploring what your library has to offer beyond books.
The Penn Libraries' first transformative agreement seeks to "expand open access publishing while centering the values of sustainability and equity in scholarly publishing.”
For the last 13 years, librarians at Penn and the University of Botswana have worked together to build the capacity of University of Botswana librarians to serve medical students and clinicians.
“Linked data is the language of the web,” says Beth Camden, Director of Information Processing. “It’s building the infrastructure that makes the web better.”