From Julia Shaw-Kokot: The National Training Center and Clearinghouse (NTCC), in conjunction with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Southeastern/Atlantic Region (NN/LM SEA) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is offering three FREE hands-on classes at the Health Sciences Library in Chapel Hill, NC!
From Amy Blevins: This month features our current MAC Chair Diana McDuffee. As always, if you would like to participate in Spotlight on MAC or have ideas for new questions for future participants, please feel free to email Amy Blevins, email@example.com. 1. How long have you been a librarian? I
From Cynthia Burke:
From Julia Shaw-Kokot: Lynne D. Morris, MLS, is retiring from the Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on November 2, 2009. She worked at the Health Sciences Libvrary for twenty-one years. For most of those years, she was the “virtual librarian,” answering AskALibrarian, phone and chat
From Christine Caufield-Noll: The Harrison Medical Library has an opening for a temporary intern to work as a Library Informationist during the Spring 2010 semester (January-May).
from Roger Russell and the MAC 2010 Annual Meeting Planning committee:
From Andrea Horne: The results are in! After a tie-breaker vote for Chair-Elect at the MAC Business Meeting, we now have finalized our new officers for this year’s elections: Chair-Elect Karen Knight Chapter Council Representative Jonathan Lord Chapter Council Representative Alternate Melissa Ratajeski MAC Nominee to the MLA Nominating Committee Pat Thibodeau
From Cynthia Burke: The National Library of Medicine (NLM) responds to more than 100,000 questions each year. Regularly asked questions become Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). NLM Reference and Consumer Health FAQs are at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/services/faqref.html. We review and update our FAQs frequently. The FAQ resources include national and international government agencies and non-profit
From Melissa Ratajeski: Each year, MLA gives a variety of awards to support the valuable contributions of medical librarians to the profession of health sciences librarianship. From research and instruction to outstanding service and leadership, MLA*s professional recognition program supports and encourages the best and brightest in the field. Please consider the