Apply by December 1 for the Librarians without Borders® Ursula Poland International Scholarship

Ursula H. (Anker) Poland (1922–2009) was a distinguished MLA member, recipient of the Marcia C. Noyes Award, Fellow of MLA, and Janet Doe Lecturer.  Poland’s 1982 Doe Lecture is one of MLA’s most important statements about MLA’s international interests and accomplishments. Poland used the Doe Lecture forum, other publications and activities, and

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Call for Applications: MLA Eugene Garfield Research Fellowship

Call for Applications: The Medical Library Association (MLA) is now accepting applications for the Eugene Garfield Research Fellowship. The fellowship awards $5,000 to a recipient or a research collaboration group to be used for research-related purposes regarding the discoverability in information science. The research may incorporate topics such as informatics, expert searching,

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NNLM Webinar. Keep the Momentum Going: Citizen Science Programming Throughout the Year

Keep the Momentum Going: Citizen Science Programming Throughout the Year Class Date: Oct 20, 2020  1PT/2MT/3CT/4ET Region/Office: National Register Here This session does not offer MLA CE. Citizen science is public engagement in real research. Anyone can do citizen science by collecting data, conducting scientific analysis, and more for projects spanning different

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Online course: 11 Nov 2020: Citation Analysis – Discovering New Uses Within Systematic Reviews

Last few remaining places for the online course: Citation Analysis – Discovering New Uses Within Systematic Reviews – 11 Nov 2020 Course presenters: Julie Glanville, Independent Consultant in Information Retrieval Alison Weightman, Head of Research & Academic Engagement, Director, Specialist Unit for Review Evidence (SURE), Cardiff University Hannah Wood, Senior Information Specialist,

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MLA November Webinar

MLA November Webinar Explore Your Identity to Improve Your Practice: An Introduction to Critical Health Sciences Librarianship Tuesday, November 24, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time Explore your identity through an introduction to Critical Health Sciences Librarianship, complete a creative assignment related to your identity, and craft a plan to incorporate critical librarianship

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Job Posting: Curator, Buffalo, NY

The University at Buffalo Libraries seek a dynamic, collaborative, and service-oriented librarian to serve as the Curator of the Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection. This noteworthy collection includes historical materials in all areas of the health sciences, including dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health. Established in 1972, the collection

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Job Posting: Medical Librarian, New Jersey

Due to staff relocation, New Jersey’s Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset has an opening for a Medical Librarian, who works onsite. Responsibilities: Performs computerized literature searches Provides reference services and educational program support Conducts training classes on the library’s databases and the Internet Assists the Director in directing operations including promotion

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Make a Meme – Attend a Conference!

Health Meme Contest – Win Conference Registration! Please join the NNLM in celebrating Medical Librarians Month and Health Literacy Month. To celebrate, we’re hosting a Meme Contest! Your meme is your entry into a lottery – the winner gets a conference registration! [See below for all the info.] Who Can Participate? All

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