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Open Access Week 2022

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Open Access Week - PCOM Library - October 24-28, 2022

Join the PCOM Library for a series of events related to Open Access Publishing and learn one means of improving social equity via the choices you make regarding the research you read and publish.

 

Monday, October 24, 2pm-3pm
Making an Impact: The Benefits of Open Access Work in an Institutional Repository

Faculty and students deserve full recognition and the widest possible audience for their research. This session will showcase the many benefits of making student and faculty work open access in the repository, including discoverability, impact, and preservation.

Join “Making an Impact…” Session or View “Making an Impact…” on Events Calendar

 

Tuesday, October 25, 11am-1pm
Open Access Office Hours

Have questions about publishing Open Access? Join Scholarly Communications and Research Librarian Jackie Werner’s virtual office hours to ask for information and advice.

Join “Office Hours” Session or View “Office Hours” on Events Calendar

 

Thursday, October 27, 12pm-12:30pm
Just Access: Thinking Beyond Open Access

Viewing open access as a great start, this talk discusses additional barriers to access and the efforts needed to address them.

Join “Just Access…” the Session or View “Just Access…” on Events Calendar

Chen Honored for Service to Information Science Field

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“With more than 25 years of experience in the Information Science space, Hsin-liang (Oliver) Chen, PhD, chief library services officer at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM), was recently recognized as a Distinguished Member of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) for his excellence in service to and scholarship in the information science and technology field…”

Read the full article on Chen’s achievement at PCOM News

PCOM GA Library Alert (Update)

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Dear PCOM GA campus members:

The PCOM GA Library information desk will remain closed until Friday, August 19 due to the COVID-19 cases. The information desk will be open on Saturday, August 20.

The Library space is still open without any in-person services. If you need to return any library materials or equipment, the due date will be extended until the Library resumes staffing.

Please use the online chat service and email to research librarians and staff.

Thank you for your understanding and support when we are still facing COVID challenges.

Sincerely,

Hsinliang (Oliver) Chen, PhD
Chief Library Services Officer

GA Library Alert

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Dear PCOM GA campus members:

The PCOM GA Library information desk will  not be staffed from Monday, August 15 to Wednesday, August 17 due to COVID-19 cases. 

The Library space is still open without any in-person services. If you need to return any library materials or equipment, the due date will be extended until the Library resumes staffing.

Please use the online chat service and email to research librarians and staff.

Thank you for your understanding and support when we are still facing COVID challenges. 

Sincerely,

Hsinliang (Oliver) Chen, PhD  
Chief Library Services Officer

GA Library Closing Early Friday and Sunday

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The GA Library space will close at 8pm on Friday, July 8th and Sunday, July 10th due to carpet cleaning. The circulation desk and study space will be open normal operating hours on Saturday, July 9th.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Leisure Reading Collection

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The Leisure Reading collection includes popular and best-selling fiction and non-fiction, including graphic novels. All books in this collection are available for staff, students, and faculty to borrow. Displays and locations include:

Philly Library Address
PCOM Library, 625 Old Peachtree Rd., Suwanee, GA 30024
PCOM Library, Moultrie, GA
You are welcome to make a recommendation for the collection by sending an email request to *@pcom.edu.

Books in the collection are cataloged, and discoverable through OneSearch or contacting the library at.