Lectures and Events

Lectures and other special events hosted by Eccles Library
Name Description
Healthi4U Healthi4U is an innovative new competitive program for interprofessional teams of students at the University of Utah to create short health-related videos. This competition is generously funded by the Nancy Eccles and Homer M. Hayward Family Foundation and is coordinated by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.
InfoFair InfoFair is an annual event at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center with the goal of providing up-to-date information on computer services, applications and resources as well as a glimpse into the future of computing in the health sciences.
LIFT Forum The purpose of the Library and Information Technology Forum is to inform the University of Utah community about electronic information resources, and current trends in the use of computers and online technologies for accessing these resources. The Forum is generally held the second Wednesday of each month between September and May, in the Health Sciences Education Building, and is co-sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Media-On-Demand committee.
Priscilla Mayden Lecture The annual Mayden Lecture was established in honor of Priscilla Maltby Mayden (1918-2011), recognizing her service to the University of Utah as Director of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library from 1967 - 1984. This lectureship has allowed the Eccles Library to invite knowledgeable and exciting speakers on the myriad ways technology and medicine interact to the benefit of the library and medical professions.
Brownbag Lunch Presentations Special public events during the lunch hour. Watch our blog for announcements!
Additional workshops & presentations

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Library publications and past events of interest
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eSynapse The online continuation of the IAIMS Newsletter with the Fall 2008 issue, Vol. 23, No. 4.
Faculty Development Presentations Interactive Teaching Techniques: The Potential of Team Learning, Boyd Richards, Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine
U of U Health