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Loma Linda University
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Loma Linda, California 92350

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3rd Floor Progress

Latest picture of the progress installing the carpet on the thrid floor of the Del E. Webb Memorial Library.  Sorry for all the noise and mess this much needed improvement has caused.  

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3rd floor closed

The 3rd floor of the Del Webb Library will be closed during the installation of new carpeting and finishing up painting.

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Carpet Installation on 3rd Floor

The installation of the new carpet on the third floor will begin on Monday August 18th.  We may need to close the floor during the install.

We have been busy over the last few days with the final preparations, painting, removal of bookshelves, adding power outlets in the floor, and removal of the old reference desk. The new furniture is all on order and will be coming in over the next several weeks.   We appreciate your patience as we upgrade the study space for you.

3rd Floor Computers Moved

As part of the ongoing Del E. Webb Memorial Library renovation project, the computers on 3rd floor have been moved down to Room 101 on the 1st floor.  This temporary move is necessary so that new carpet can be installed in August and new furniture in September.  When finished, the library’s 3rd floor will provide new collaborative spaces, a business center, lounges and computer ares to facilitate the vision of higher education at Loma Linda University.

Here are a few images of furniture that is coming:

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Library Painting

What’s going on at the library?  The window trim is receiving a much needed painting all part of the ongoing library’s renovation project.

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Memorial Holiday Weekend

Memorial Day 2014The Library will be open with modified hours for Sunday, May 25 and Monday, May 26.  The Library’s hours for these two days are 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

Have a happy and safe Memorial weekend.

Third Floor Study Rooms Open!

The painting of the third floor group study rooms is complete and most of the rooms are now open for use!  Instead of white boards the walls were painted with IdeaPaint.  You can write on the walls with dry erase markers!  New lights, carpet, and furniture will be coming in the next few months to complete the renovation.export

SDA 150th Anniversary Exhibit on display at the Heritage Research Center

This overview of Adventist history on twelve fascinating banners can be viewed at the Heritage Research Center (HRC), attached to the library and next to Megan Hall.  To read more about this exhibit, visit the HRC blog: http://myllu.llu.edu/blogs/hrcnews/

Can’t make it to see the exhibit in person?  See pictures on HRC’s Facebook page.

 

You Are Invited! Improve your research skills!

Please join us for the following LLU Library sponsored presentations at the Faculty Development Showcase, February 25-28, 2014:

Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 9:00 am

Unraveling the Web of Science”, Doug Nguyen, Customer Education Specialist, Thomson Reuters.

Have you used the Web of Science database lately?  This one hour presentation will help you do more effective topic, author, and organization searches in the newly redesigned Web of Science. Learn how to work with your search results using the Analyze Results and Create Citation Report tools. There will be some time for Q&A at the end of the session.  The Del E. Webb Library’s subscription to Web of Science includes:  WOS Core Collection (Science Citation Index and Social Sciences Citation Index), BIOSIS Previews, Medline, SciELO Citation Index, and Journal Citation Reports (impact factors).

 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 10:00 am

The Cochrane Collaboration and Systematic Reviews”,   Tora Horvath, Managing Editor, Cochrane HIV/AIDS Group

Systematic Reviews Demystified!   This featured presentation is intended to help practicing clinicians and clinical researchers in synthesizing research into useful evidence by learning how to use and conduct systematic reviews.  Tara Horvath will address the core methods for conducting systematic reviews of the scientific literature, and will focus on the rigorous, high-quality reviews of the Cochrane Collaboration.  Cochrane systematic reviews help clinicians, public health practitioners, policy makers and consumers in making evidence-based health care decisions, and provide direct translation of cutting-edge research into practice.   The Cochrane Library database is available to all LLUH entities through the site license provided by the Del E. Webb Library.

3rd Floor Open for Study

The Del E. Webb Memorial Library’s  3rd floor reopened for study on Monday, January 27.  The 3rd floor sports a new ceiling and new LED lighting that brightens up the space.  Still scheduled for completion is to replace the ceiling and lights in the study rooms and staff areas on 3rd.  Also, the university has approved replacing the carpet, furniture and repainting the 3rd floor.  This work is being planned now for the spring break time frame.  We are looking forward to re-inventing the library space for a more collaborative, technological and relaxing learning area.

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