• INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 2, Issue 2, Winter 2013]

      Ballance, Darra; Davies, Kathy J; Mears, Kim (Wnt. 2013)
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: Review of Resource Changes and Additions in 2013; Librarians Present Papers at the 2013 Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; Library Hosts George Washing-ton Travelling Exhibit; Cultural Competency Internet Resources Published; Reflections on the 2013 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; Looking Back at Open Access Week and How Faculty can Participate Through GRU Schol-arly Commons; Faculty and Staff News
    • INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 1, Issue 3, Summer 2013]

      Sum. 2013
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: Compliance with National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy; Greenblatt Library Summer Training Opportunities; iPads Available for Checkout; Disaster Health Resources Web; Greenblatt Library Available on Google Maps; National Library of Medicine Data Sharing Repositories; Faculty News
    • INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 2, Issue 3, Spring 2014]

      Mears, Kim; Connolly-Brown, Maryska; Johnson, Melissa; Sharrock, Renee; Blake, Lindsay (Spr. 2014)
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: Mobile GRU Libraries Website Available; A look at JoVE: The Journal of Visualized Experiments; Two New eBooks Available; Web of Science: A New Look for a New Year; SCIENCE has finally arrived - electronically!; Collections Highlights: League of Women Voters of Augusta, 1940 - 1997; Rare Books in Historical Collections and Archives; Let's Talk about it: Understanding the American Civil War;Careers in Art: Medical Illustration Exhibit at Greenblatt Library; Who Was Dr. Greenblatt?; Introducing New Staff; Nutrition Literacy Outreach Grant concludes at GRU Child Care Center; Davies named Outstanding Faculty for the Libraries; Presentations accepted at Southern Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting; Greenblatt Librarians have four papers and two posters accepted at Annual Medical Library Association Meeting
    • INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 1, Issue 2, Spring 2013]

      Spr. 2013
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: 18th Century Gravid Uterus donated to Historical Collections & Archives; New Resources and Changes for 2013; Updates from Access Services and Interlibrary Loan; Greenblatt Library Faculty News; Greenblatt Library to Host National Library of Medicine Fellow; Southern Medical and Surgical Journal Available in Scholarly Commons
    • INFOrmed: University Libraries News [Volume 7, Issue 1, Fall 2018]

      Davis, Jennifer; Flynn, Kara; Sharrock, Renee; Hayes, Adrienne; Luster, Aspasia; Horton, Jalesia; Johnson, Melissa; Bandy, Sandra; Bustos, Rod (Fall 2018)
      INFOrmed is a newsletter of the University Libraries of Augusta University. Inside this issue: Greenblatt Library's CTL now open; upcoming events, new library resources, Heritage Unit News series; The Cats are In!; New Oversized Books Section @Reese; Faculty and Staff News; An Eye on the Libraries
    • INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 2, Issue 1, Fall 2013]

      Fall 2013
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: Reflecting on the First Phase of the GRU Library patron Satisfaction Survey; Need to Know for New Faculty, Students and Staff; New Online Resources Including the DSM 5; Introduction to EndNote Software; Disaster Information Resources Training Completed; Faculty and Staff News
    • INFOrmed: Greenblatt Library News [Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 2012]

      Seago, Brenda L; Shipman, Peter; Bandy, Sandra L.; Davies, Kathy J; Sharrock, Renee (Fall 2012)
      The INFOrmed is a newsletter of the Greenblatt Library. Inside this issue: Welcome from Director of Libraries Brenda L. Seago; Help us Better Serve You: Please Take Our Survey; Off-Campus Access to Greenblatt Library Resources; Introducing Embedded Librarians; National Medical Libraries Celebration October 18; Open Access: New World of Scholarly Publishing Presentation Oct 23; New Faculty Seminar October 24; History of Health Sciences Lecture Series Starts October 25; Recent Grants Awarded to the Greenblatt Library; Recent Presentations
    • Heritage Unit News September 2019

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 9/19/2019)
      Greenblatt Library: The IMB 1620 was the first electronic computer used by the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus in 1962. Reese Library: A portrait by photographer Lewis Hanes of a group of young workers at Enterprise Mill in Augusta, Georgia.
    • Heritage Unit News September 2018

      Renee Sharrock; Kara Flynn; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; University Libraries (Augusta University, 9/18/2018)
      Greenblatt Library: Medicos was the name of the MCG's football team in the early 20th century. Reese Library: 19 and 20 century photographs of the Augusta area.
    • Heritage Unit News August 2019

      Miranda Christy; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; university Libraries (Augusta University, 8/15/2019)
      Reese Library's Special Collections MSS 025 (Cumming family correspondence) contains letters written by Thomas Cumming that date as far back as 1794. Greenblatt Library: Curtis G. Hames, Sr., M.D. was a native and life-long resident of Claxton, Georgia. He graduated from the Medical College of Georgia in 1944.
    • Heritage Unit News August 2018

      Kare Flynn; Renee Sharrock; Special Collections; Historical Collections & Archives; university Libraries (Augusta University, 8/15/2018)
      Reese Library: William Fleming Papers. Greenblatt Library: Joseph Eve Allen Papers.
    • Heritage Unit News July 2020

      Renee Sharrock; Miranda Christy; Historical Collections & Archives; Special Collections; university Libraries (Augusta University, 7/9/2020)
      Greenblatt Library: A Manual: Obstetrics by A.F.A. King, MD, published in 1889. The book belonged to Robert L. Miller, MD, who graduated from MCG in 1891. Reese Library: Rare copies of classic works of poetry and prose, such as John Milton's Paradise Lost.