On Monday, August 4th at 2pm in the SML International Room, Janene Batten, Nursing Reference Librarian and Janis Glover, Senior Reference Librarian at the Yale Medical Library, will talk on evidence-based practice. This originated in the field of medicine and has grown to encompass all disciplines including librarianship. In the health sciences, the basic principle is that practice is based on research that has been done well, the clinician¹s experience, as well as the patient¹s preference for treatment.
The High Street entrance of Sterling Memorial Library (SML) will be closed until Friday, August 22, to accommodate construction activity related to the restoration of the SML nave. The Wall Street entrance to SML will remain open and will serve as the primary entrance and exit for the Library. The one exception will be for anyone requiring wheelchair access – they can continue to use the High Street entrance, where a security guard will be available to assist.
Librarian Molly Dotson shows this student some materials from the Library's bookplate collection.
The Divinity Library has several beautiful study spaces, including this bright and airy reading room.
Faculty, students and librarians collaborate on a project to update Wikipedia pages in one of the Bass Library classrooms.
This photo shows the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in the foreground and Sterling Memorial Library in the distance.
This new exhibition at the Yale Divinity Library traces the history of ecumenical student Christian movements. It features archival documentation from the Library's extensive holdings in this area. Over the past 150 years these movements have provided community for Christian students and opportunities to engage with social issues of the time. http://www.library.yale.edu/div/exhibits/StudentChristianMovements.html
Archives of famous British literary couple add to holdings in 20th century British literature
The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University just announced its acquisition of the papers of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, prominent figures in English arts and letters in the 20th century whose complex relationship was intimately recounted in the 1973 best-selling biography, “Portrait of a Marriage.”
This photo shows a highlight of the ceiling of the Sterling Memorial Library nave, having undergone a yearlong restoration.
The FY 2012-13 issue of the Annual Report of the University Librarian, is now available online at: http://elischolar.library.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=yul_annual-reports#page=2