Seeking librarians to participate: Attitudinal Attributes of Professionalism Among Health Sciences Librarians Study

Hello: This survey was previously disseminated on June 11th.  If you’ve already completed the survey, please accept my sincerest thanks and delete this email as no further involvement is requested.  If you have not completed the questionnaires, please take the time (the survey takes 15 minutes to complete) to consider helping me

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Invitation! A brief 10 minute electronic survey! Academic Health Sciences Librarians Competencies Survey

Greetings Librarians!  (Apologies for any cross-postings!) You are being invited to participate in a research study titled “Academic Health Sciences Librarianship: Competencies Librarians Need to Lead Their Libraries for the Digital Era.” The questionnaire is being conducted for research purposes and is affiliated with Oklahoma State University in that it is intended

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Request for participation: Attitudes toward professionalism in health sciences librarians

My name is Rachel Koenig and I am a health sciences librarian at the Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University.  Recently, health sciences librarianship has witnessed an increasing variety of educational and experiential requirements to enter the occupation.  The study, which is supported by the MLA Research, Development,

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Seeking participants in a study about professionalism and health sciences librarians

Hello: My name is Rachel Koenig and I am a health sciences librarian at the Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University.  Recently, health sciences librarianship has witnessed an increasing variety of educational and experiential requirements to enter the occupation.  The study, which is supported by the MLA Research,

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Brief survey: the subject doctorate in academic libraries

I write to invite you to participate in a brief survey of academic librarians with PhDs in subjects outside of information and library science. The findings of this survey will inform my research at the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and will improve the

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Survey: Healthcare information professionals and burnout

We would like all healthcare information professionals to take our survey on burnout This survey is based upon the Copenhagen Burnout Tool. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/376625J for questions please contact: Angela Spencer, MLS, AHIP Manager of the Medical Library St. Luke’s Hospital – Chesterfield, MO angela.spencer@stlukes-stl.com<mailto:angela.spencer@stlukes-stl.com> 314-205-6179

Survey: Librarians’ Perception and Use of ACRL Visual Literacy Standards

Please consider participating in a research study on academic librarians’ perceptions and use of the ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education in their instruction and/or research. We are interested in hearing from both librarians who have used the ACRL Visual Literacy Standards and those who have not. If you are an academic librarian

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Survey on the Medical Heritage Library

The Medical Heritage Library is gearing up for its next round of strategic planning. To ensure that we’re meeting the needs of our users, we need to hear from you http://www.medicalheritage.org/2018/05/02/the-medical-heritage-library-wants-your-feedback/! Please take a few minutes to take our short survey and let us know how you’re finding and using  MHL content

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Last Call: MAC Social Media Survey

The MAC Social Media survey closes tonight! If you haven’t yet, take a moment to help us gauge interest in an ongoing MAC presence on social media. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/macsocialmedia Email