Join us for a new class being offered by the NIH Library, Introduction to Taxonomies. The class will be held online via WebEx on May 27, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Announcements & News
During the COVID-19 pandemic, “makers” have come together to design, 3D print, and distribute medical supplies.
The NIH Library is offering a series of online classes to help you enhance your writing and publishing skills.
The NIH Library is hosting the Scholarly Publishing Symposium: Elevate Your Research Visibility, on March 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Lipsett Amphitheater, Building 10, and via videocast.
Experience Virtual Reality and Innovative Technologies at the NIH Library during the Research Festival
We will be showcasing technologies, resources, and services the Library makes available to NIH staff. Come experience innovative technologies and leave inspired by how the Library can support your research.
The NIH Library is offering a series of classes this summer intended to help you refresh or enhance your skills and set you up for publishing success.
On April 25, the NIH Library is partnering with VARIG (Virtual and Augmented Reality Interest Group) to present a line-up of exciting and educational virtual reality demonstrations for Take Your Child to Work Day.
Come to the NIH Safety, Health & Wellness Day event, where the NIH Library will be offering Virtual Reality demonstrations in the B.10 south entrance lobby on Wednesday, June 27, 10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Have you ever been doing online research and come across the NIH Library’s Full-text Plus! button? If so, you have experienced how the NIH Library staff is working behind the scenes to make sure you have seamless access to full-text content. We are always looking for ways to improve these services. Starting in October, we are introducing NIH Library Go, which will replace the Full-text Plus! button.
Blender is a powerful, open source program that allows a wide range of creative work. This free class will focus on how to use Blender to create 3D models that can be printed on one of the NIH Library’s 3D printers.