Posted on behalf of: Rachel C Lerner, MSLS, AHIP ______________________________ Hi All, I have an open room in a 3-bedroom, 1 bathroom AirBnB in Chicago for MLA. There are currently two NAHSL (North Atlantic HSL) members staying and our 3rd housemate can no longer attend the conference. It will be $284 each for the
Serving Patrons with Disabilities in Your Library or Clinic<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2052/serving-patrons-with-disabilities-in-your-library-or-clinic> Wednesday, April 17, 1:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m., central time. Christine Willis, author of Library Services for Persons with Disabilities: Twentieth Anniversary Update<https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02763869.2012.641855>, shows you how you can create welcoming environments for people with disabilities, instead of reacting to needs as they arise. She’ll also
Did you know that MLA publishes books with partner publisher Rowman & Littlefield? The MLA Books Panel works with Rowman & Littlefield to develop titles for a health sciences information audience. The Books Panel would like to hear from you about titles already published and what topics should be developed into new
Call for Proposals: Biomedical Scholarly Communications in the Digital Age Are you knowledgeable about scholarly communication in the biomedical sciences? Would you like to share that knowledge with librarians, researchers, faculty and students? If so, please consider submitting a proposal to the MLA Books Panel.
Serving Patrons with Disabilities in Your Library or Clinic<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2052/serving-patrons-with-disabilities-in-your-library-or-clinic> Wednesday, April 17, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time. Serving Patrons with Disabilities<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2052/serving-patrons-with-disabilities-in-your-library-or-clinic> will open your eyes to how making small changes to your library space and services can make a big difference to your patrons with disabilities. It will also provide guidelines for
Hello, everyone! As you may know, MLA’s annual meeting will be in Chicago this year, from May 3-8, and we are recruiting volunteers to stuff meeting bags, monitor the Career Planning Center, and staff the Hospitality booth. Non-MLA members who volunteer for a minimum of four hours will receive a free day
Hypothesis: the journal of the Research Section of MLA is seeking submissions for a new column in called Hypothesis: Failure! The column is dedicated to failures, lessons learned, or mistakes that mattered. An introduction to this (hopefully) exciting new addition to Hypothesis was included on page 5 of the last issue, available at https://www.mlanet.org/d/do/13566 Submissions
MLA March Webinar Next Week: Uncover Surprising Secrets about the Behavior of Your Research Guide Users!
Take Your Research Guides from Good to Great http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2044/take-your-research-guides-from-good-to-great Thursday, March 14, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time Andy Hickner, a web professional and LibGuides expert, shows you how to get detailed and actionable data about how your patrons are using your guides. Andy also shows you how to make your guides user
Take Your Research Guides from Good to Great Thursday, March 14, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time Andy Hickner, a web professional and LibGuides expert, will show you how to get detailed and actionable data about how your patrons are using your guides. Andy will also show you how to make your guides
The MLA Education Annual Programming Committee (EAPC) is looking for hot topics to offer as continuing education (CE) courses at MLA ’20. CE courses will be held on Friday, May 15, and Saturday, May 16, 2020, in Portland, OR. We invite you to submit a proposal and to share this call with