NLM Holiday Closure

This is just a reminder that both NLM and SE/A will be closed on Monday, September 2nd in observance of Labor Day

NLM Announcement

NIH has issued a request for information related to solicit comments and ideas for the development of analysis methods and software tools, as part of the overall Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Initiative.  Specifically, this RFI solicits input on needs for software and analysis methods related to data compression/reduction, data visualization, data

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NLM Job Announcement

The Unit Head position in the Cataloging Section, Technical Services Division at the National Library of Medicine is now open on USAJOBS and will close on Tuesday, August 13, 2013. This brief posting period is because of the federal government’s interest in accelerating the hiring process and should not be interpreted as an

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Press Release from Group Licensing Initiative: Ground-Breaking News for SE/A Librarians*

The SE/A Region is excited to partner with the Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ) and their innovative Group Licensing Initiative (GLI). Participation in this cost-saving consortium, offering high-quality electronic resources, could be available to you as early as the spring of 2014. More than ten years old, the GLI

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Reminder: Two more days to provide feedback to NN/LM SE/A

Dear Network Members: The Southeastern/Atlantic Regional Medical Library is extending an invitation for all network members to provide feedback about the strengths of its program and future directions it should take. This project will help us prepare for an upcoming site visit from the National Library of Medicine on August 15. The

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Holiday Closures

This is just a reminder that both NLM and the SE/A offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.

Intimate Partner Violence resources

The MCH Library presents a new knowledge path about intimate partner violence (IPV). The knowledge path directs readers to a selection of current, high-quality resources about preventing, identifying, and responding to IPV within the home and the community.  Health professionals, program administrators, policymakers, researchers, employers, and advocates can use the knowledge path to

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