In a hurry? Line just too long? Head over to a Self-Check machine and you’ll be on the go in no time. Best part? Almost never a line!
Geisel Library offers five self-check stations (opposite the Front Desk on both the east and west sides)
Never done it before? It’s easy:
- Move your ID card under the red light with the barcode facing up.
- Doing one book at a time, slide the book’s barcode under the red light.
- Listen for the “clunk” sound.
- Press “Done” after your last book.
- Print [or don’t print] a receipt.
It’s that simple! So give it try the next time you visit us. You can also find Self-Check machines at the Biomedical Library.
It’s the first week of the quarter and your professor told you there are items on reserve. What do you do next?
- Go to: reserves.ucsd.edu
- Enter your AD login – the same you use to access your campus email.
- Select your course. All items on reserve from your professor will be listed.
Electronic items such as e-books, articles, and streaming media will have easy access. Just click.
Physical items are available at library service desks. Have your Student ID and the Call number ready. If a book is not available, you can be put on the waiting list.
For a quick video tutorial and FAQs, visit: library.ucsd.edu/resources/course-reserves/for-students.html.
If you are a student, faculty or staff, you can log onto our network using your UCSD email and password. You can find out more information here:
If you are a guest, just pull up your browser and the UCSD guest login should appear. Acknowledge your acceptance and you’re in!
We finally figured out a way to rip data from google earth, much the way we would in real life. We took pictures from incremental angles and ran the photos through Agisoft Photoscan to stitch them back into a 3D model. The 3D model and texture are available on our sketchfab page.
Email the DML at email@example.com with any questions or comments.
UC San Diego faculty, staff and students now have access to BrowZine. It’s a service that allows you to browse, organize, read and keep up with your favorite scholarly journals licensed by UC San Diego, either on your desktop/laptop via their website, or through an app on your mobile device. BrowZine covers arts, humanities, social science, engineering and science journals from hundreds of commercial, society, and university press publishers. We have licensed it through June 2018, at which point we will decide whether or not to continue licensing, based on usage, available funding, and user feedback.
The DML has been working with staff from the Cardiac Mechanics Research Group to format and print heart models from MRI data. We’re finding individual medical students and researchers needing to do the same, and we hope to build our skills with medical imaging in this coming year.
for questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The UC San Diego Library invites faculty and staff to our Digital Media Lab (DML) Open House and Library Technology Showcase. Come see how the Library’s technology resources and services can support your teaching and research (and your students!).
Wednesday, September 21
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Digital Media Lab, East Commons (2nd Floor), Geisel Library
We’ll be offering demos and displays for:
- The Digital Media Lab
- The Data/GIS Lab
- Virtual reality offerings and augmented reality for education
- Technology workshops and consultations
- High-performance computing services
- 3D printing
- Technology lending, including: High-end cameras, laptop/phone chargers, media streaming devices, and more
- Research Data Curation services
Library technology experts will be on hand to discuss your personal needs and answer your questions.
Open to all UC San Diego faculty and staff’. For questions about the Open House, contact Scott McAvoy at email@example.com.
10 new Dell ultrawide monitors have been installed in Geisel’s 2nd floor East Learning Commons and 1st floor west. the 34″ screens offer increased productivity space without sacrificing desktop real estate. Come try them out!
Send questions or comments to LSPtech@ucsd.edu
There are many actions researchers can take to increase the openness and reproducibility of their work. Please join us for a workshop, hosted by the Center for Open Science, to learn easy, practical steps researchers can take to increase the reproducibility of their work. The workshop will be hands-on. Using example studies, attendees will actively participate in creating a reproducible project from start to finish.
- Project documentation
- Version control
- Pre-Analysis plans
- Open source tools like the Center for Open Science’s Open Science Framework to easily implement these concepts in a scientific workflow.
This workshop is aimed at faculty, staff, and students across disciplines, who are engaged in quantitative research. The workshop does not require any specialized knowledge of programming. Participants will gain a foundation for incorporating reproducible, transparent practices into their current workflows.
LOCATION: San Diego Supercomputer Center in the Synthesis Center, La Jolla, CA 92093
DATE: Friday, April 29, 2016
TIME: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
The workshop will be led by April Clyburne-Sherin, Reproducible Research Evangelist at the Center for Open Science and coheads their training programs for reproducible research methods. She has an MS in Epidemiology from the University of Guelph.
The Digital Media Lab is decked out with video editing and capture software. Our offerings include:
- Finalcut Pro X
- Adobe Premiere CC
- After Effects CC
Check out library.ucsd.edu/dml to browse our software catalog, make a reservation, or get help with a project.