The UC San Diego community is invited to the Library’s newly upgraded Data & GIS Lab in Geisel Library.
Wednesday, March 1
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Geisel Library (Main Floor, West Wing)
Come see the newly upgraded Lab and find out how our experts can support your research. Light refreshments will be served!
The newly upgraded Lab offers:
- A place to get help from consultants with expertise in GIS and data science
- An interactive studio for supporting data intensive academic work
- A flexible space for individual work or small group collaboration
- A space with high powered computing resources that provide access to statistical and geospatial software, and much more!
The Open House will also include the following Data & GIS Research demonstrations from Library Experts:
2:00pm – 2:15pm Bash deom by Reid Otsuji
2:20pm – 2:35pm Markdown & Literate Programming demo by Tim Dennis
2:50pm – 3:05pm GIS demo by Adi Ranganath
3:10pm – 3:25pm Twitter Analysis demo by Soomin Lee
For more information, please contact email@example.com or visit, lib.ucsd.edu/lab.
Upcoming Library Workshops for February and March: visit library.ucsd.edu/services/instruction/workshops-at-the-library for descriptions, times, locations (some are at Geisel, others at BLB), and links to register.
- Getting Started with Research Data – Feb 16, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
- Managing Citations: Which Tool to Use? – Feb 16, 12:30 – 2:00 pm
- PubMed Essentials – Feb 17, 10:00 – 11:30 am
- EndNote Online – Feb 23, 10:00 – 11:30 am
- SciFinder and Reaxys for Chemical Substances and Reactions – Feb 28, 10:00 – 11:30 am
- EndNote Desktop – March 1, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
- Zotero – March 7, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
- Zotero Drop-in Clinic – March 7, 2:00 – 2:30 pm
- PubMed: Beyond the Essentials – March 9, 1:00 – 2:30 pm
- Mendeley – March 21, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Interested in entering ArtPower’s Student New Media Festival? The Digital Media Lab @ Geisel Library has you covered when it comes to the tools and software you need to create your video submission. Visit the DML’s website for more information: library.ucsd.edu/dml.
BrowZine, the current awareness service you can use on the web or mobile device to monitor new articles from your favorite scholarly journals, just got better.
The “Saved Articles” feature in the Android/iOS app has been renamed “My Articles,” and you can now sync those articles between the app and your account on Browzine.com. Imagine you’re scanning articles on your phone and find one you want to read, but you don’t want to read it on your phone. Now you can mark it for My Articles, which syncs up to your BrowZine web account for you to read on your laptop or desktop.
- On BrowZine Web, you’ll get options for each article: read full text (of course), export the citation to EndNote/Zotero/Mendeley, and add to My Articles.
- On the app, you can still tap the yellow bookshelf icon next to the article title, or open the article and select Save to My Articles. And you will need to update the app to the latest version to see the changes.
- You can now create “collections” to organize your articles into groups.
- If you already have saved articles, they will migrate into My Articles, under “General Collection.” If your articles don’t appear or you can’t open them, you might need to create a new collection and add your articles to it.
The Library has licensed BrowZine on a trial basis, through June 2018. If you have any feedback or questions about setting up or using it, please contact Teri Vogel (firstname.lastname@example.org). We also have a guide with more information.
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to the Library’s Digital Media Lab (DML) Open House:
Thursday, February 2, 2017
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Digital Media Lab @ Geisel, East Commons (2nd Floor)
Get up to speed on the latest technology tools at the DML and learn how its resources and services can support you!
The DML offers:
- Free 3D printing for all UC San Diego affiliates
- Virtual reality equipment:
- 2 HTC Vive Headsets
- 2 Oculus Rift Headsets
- 360 Video Cameras
- Augmented reality projects in Unity and Vuforia
- Technology lending, including: High-end cameras, laptop/phone chargers, media streaming devices, and more
- High-end workstations for media editing
- Knowledgeable staff to assist in media creation and editing projects
Details about the DML can be found at library.ucsd.edu/dml. For questions, contact Scott McAvoy at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.