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Library Instruction and Partner Support Move Online

by Kimberley Barker on 2020-03-16T14:04:00-04:00 | Comments

This post was written by Andrea Denton, and was edited by Kimberley Barker.

Please understand that this is a fast-moving situation, and that changes to this and other services may happen abruptly.

Effective immediately, Library instruction is moving from in-person sessions to a variety of alternate delivery methods, in alignment with both University and UVA Health directives. These delivery methods will include both posting class materials online and making recorded sessions available via Zoom. 
If you're registered for an upcoming class, check https://cal.hsl.virginia.edu/ for information on each session. Please note that some sessions have been canceled, and that this is reflected on the calendar, as well.

If you’re looking for other resources for skills-based training, consider the online learning opportunities available to all UVA and Health System faculty, staff, and students, on topics from Excel to Python. See:

Please also note that the
 Research Concierge and eCRF/REDCap support (which is usually available on Wednesday and Friday mornings, respectively) will not be available until further notice.
Please go to:
 https://guides.hsl.virginia.edu/data/services for  directions on accessing the iTHRIV portal and using the "Submit Request" button to request a consultation.
Consultations by the library’s data consultants remain available by appointment: please use our Ask Us form to contact us and we’ll work with you to set up a time and method (including phone, email, and Zoom), to best meet your needs.

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