University of Nebraska Medical Center

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Guided meditation sessions available on Thursdays

We are pleased to invite you to join us for a 30-minute guided meditation session every Thursday at 2 pm in Room 7067 of the Leon S. McGoogan Health Sciences Library. This session, organized by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Campus Wellness, offers you a valuable opportunity to take a break from your busy […]

Jun 5, 2023

Preserving Family Treasures – Digitizing Your Memories June 16

Our next instructional offering comes from our experts in Special Collections and Archives. Preserving Family Treasures – Digitizing Your MemoriesJune 16, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. CT Interested in digitizing those boxes of family photographs but don’t know where to start? In this session, you will learn about best practices for digitizing your family treasures, […]

Jun 5, 2023

Finding a Journal for Your Next Publication

You’ve been working on a research article or review article for months, perhaps years, and it’s time to get it ready for journal submission.  You need to decide which journal would be a good home for your article.  You could send the library (, 402-559-6221) a bit of information about your article and ask us […]

May 22, 2023

Sign up for the Research Impact Challenge

In the month of June, the McGoogan Health Sciences Library is offering a four-part Research Impact Challenge for faculty, staff, and students. This challenge consists of weekly emails over 4 weeks with instructional information and activities that one can complete at their own pace. The topics include:  Registration is required and will continue through June […]

May 22, 2023

New exhibit: Finding a Voice: Poetry, Prose, and Stories of Neurodiversity

By Erin Torell  A new exhibit is open on Level 8 of the Leon S. McGoogan Health Sciences Library. “Finding a Voice: Poetry, Prose, and Stories of Neurodiversity from the Wolfensberger Collection” showcases three books from the Wolf P. Wolfensberger, PhD, collection held in the library’s Robert S. Wigton Department of Special Collections and Archives:   […]

May 2, 2023