From Lynn Eades: Hello! This is your friendly, neighborhood Membership Database Manager here to remind you that memberships in MAC are for a calendar year (January – December)! If you are an officer or on a committee, you need to renew your membership to be in good standing! Don’t delay, visit http://www.acteva.com/go/MACMembership/
From Beth Layton: Position Title: Public Services Librarian University Rank: Assistant-In Classification: Faculty. 12 Month. Non-Tenure Accruing Reports To: Director, Borland Library Division (Jacksonville, FL)
From Tony Yancey: Health Information Outreach and Community Engagement: Lessons Learned from the Experts Thursday, February 12, 2009 / 2 – 3:30 PM
From Alan T. Williams: My apologies if some of you all have already seen this site, but I stumbled across it this morning and thought it would be worthwhile to put on the MAC-MLA blog. The site is called The Doctor’s Channel and has the slogan “Learn From Each Other. Fast”. To
From Lynn Eades: Happy New Year! It is again time to renew your membership in MAC! MAC memberships run from January – December. Dues are just $25. Checks or major credit cards accepted. To renew, please visit http://www.acteva.com/go/MACMembership/
From Alan Williams: Hi all. I came across a book titled Internet Cool Tools for Physicians by Melissa Rethlefsen, David Rothman, and Daniel Mojohn. I have only been able to skim through some of it on Amazon.com, but it looks a great book for those of us interested in incorporating new technology
From Bart Ragon (for more information see the MLA Social Networking blog): Last year, many MLA members learned the basics of social networking software by participating in the continuing education (CE) course, “Web 2.0 101: Introduction to Second Generation Web Tools.” Now it’s time to take a closer look. The Task Force
From Lynne Turman: Teresa L. Knott, AHIP, has been appointed Director, Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences and Associate University Librarian, VCU Libraries, at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.
From Alan Williams: Great idea on the blog, I love it. Just thought I would try out a post and talk about a resource I have been using to provide screencasts for distance education nursing students here at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). The resource is called “Screencast-O-Matic” and is very easy to
The Communications Committee, with approval from the Board, decided to revamp the format of our chapter news. Now you won’t have to wait for a quarterly newsletter – you’ll get updates on this, the new MAC Messages blog.