Thursday, September 21, 2017

Trial - Counseling and Therapy in Video: Volume V, The Symptom Media Collection

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Today through 10/14/2017, all students, faculty, and staff may access Counseling and Therapy in Video: Volume V, The Symptom Media Collection

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Counseling and Therapy in Video: Volume V, The Symptom Media Collection is perfect for counseling, psychology, social work, medical, nursing, psychiatry, and other behavioral health care courses. This vast collection of 400+ streaming videos aligned to the DSM-5® and ICD-10 content, from 2012 on, range from 30 seconds to 15 minutes and helps students better recognize mental health disorders and provide accurate diagnoses. Volume V also provides assessment options for faculty. For over 90 titles, there are 2 versions of each film available. One includes a title slide that introduces the symptom, preparing students to see what the disorder looks like. The other does not include the title slide. Students make their own diagnoses, enabling faculty to assess student comprehension.

Break the Silence

Break the Silence exhibit was created by assistant professor of social work Shirley Fineran, OSF, of Briar Cliff University.  The exhibit focuses on modern-day slavery in the form of sex and labor trafficking in our communities. The goal of the exhibit is to raise awareness, consciousness and visibility of human trafficking.

The exhibit is on display in the Libraries' first floor gallery until Oct. 6.





The exhibit is in conjunction with an event next week on Human Trafficking in SD: An Advocate's Perspective.  Wednesday Sept. 27  6:30-8 pm in Farber Hall, Old Main.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Cochrane Library

Access to subscribed content in the Cochrane Library is currently unavailable. We are working on the problem and apologize for the inconvenience.   Please contact ILL to order your article.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Copyright for Your Scholarship Workshop

Thursday, Sept. 21, 10-11a
Location: MT 110

An overview of recent trends in scholarly communications with an emphasis on how faculty and graduate students can both protect their intellectual property and promote open access to research and creative works. Case studies will provide a basis for discussion and learning.

To register for a workshop, please email us at ctl@usd.edu

Participants needing accommodations to participate in the events below should contact Disability Services at (605) 677-6389 at least 48 hours (2 working days) in advance. Please bring your ID as the CTL will be using the iValidate card reader system. This will ensure that anyone participating in the Statement of Achievement series of workshops will have their attendance recorded correctly. Most workshops will be available through Collaborate Ultra as well. Please contact the CTL for the link.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Fall 2017 Library Newsletter

The fall 2017 newsletter is now available.

http://apps.usd.edu/administrative/flip/university-libraries-newsletter-2017/

All news:  http://www.usd.edu/library/news

Bound and Unbound IV



The Libraries’ biennial international altered book exhibition “Bound and Unbound IV,” juried by Eli Show, an artist, musician, from Sioux Falls, is on  display in the 2nd floor display cases of the library now through January 3, 2018.
art by Naomi Velasquez

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

From DNA to Beer: Harnessing Nature in Medicine and Industry

Exhibit - 2nd Floor tower - August 28 - September 28, 2017

The National Library of Medicine, in cooperation with the National Museum of American History, is pleased to present our latest traveling exhibition, From DNA to Beer: Harnessing Nature in Medicine & History. Microbes—tiny organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye—have altered human history. Life forms such as bacteria, yeasts, and molds can cause sickness or restore health, and help produce foods and beverages for our consumption. Drawing from the collections of the National Museum of American History and the National Library of Medicine, From DNA to Beer will help to promote public understanding of the dynamic relationship between microbes, technology, and science and medicine.


Proquest Ebook Central

This week EBL and ebrary merged into Proquest Ebook Central.   Links on the Research Gateway for both now go to the new site.   https://login.ezproxy.usd.edu/login?url=http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/usd

To assist with the change, ProQuest has video tutorials that cover using bookshelves, searching for books, and downloading content.

Ebook Central LibGuide is chock-full of screen grabs and how-tos for all the important end-user features.