MLA’s instructor-led courses offer a small class experience (25 students maximum) with two live sessions and readings, assignments, and discussions outside of sessions. ________________________________ MLA June Instructor-Led Courses Charting a New Course: Practical Data Visualization for Librarians Chris Belter, Karen Gutzman, Annette Mendoza, Candace Norton June 17 & June 22, 2021, 1:00
Submit Virtual Projects for JMLA Virtual Projects Section by APRIL 23, 2021 The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) Virtual Projects Section Advisory Committee is seeking current, innovative and notable technology projects in health sciences libraries for the 2021 JMLA Virtual Projects Section. The Virtual Project Section appears on an
MLA April Webinars Help Authors Find the Best Journal for Their Manuscript Shalu Gillum, AHIP, Terri Gotschall, AHIP Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time Authors want to know where to publish, not where not to publish. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to help faculty, researchers, and students find
Two further online training courses in advanced searching for systematic reviews: unpublished trial data / trials registers – and citation analysis
Dear All We are re-running two further online advanced searching courses, relevant to searching for studies for systematic reviews, in May and June 2021. Identifying Unpublished Trial Data: Trial Registers, Clinical Study Reports and Other Information Sources 17 & 25 May 2021, 9am to 11am (UK time) Course presenters: Julie Glanville, Independent
MLA January Webinar Chris Belter, Karen Gutzman, Tyler Nix, Amy Suiter Expand Your Research Impact Services<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2916/expand-your-research-impact-services> Thursday, January 28, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time Want to expand your library’s bibliometric services? In this webinar, you’ll learn the roles librarians can play in performing research impact services, understand the knowledge and skills necessary
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With so many dozens of apps available, determining the key content areas can be challenging. Similar to the other developments in the Essential Apps categories, Apple has now created an Apps for Healthcare Professionals section within iTunes. iMedicalApps has done a nice overview and review of the collection.
Nominations are being accepted for the Thomson Reuters/Frank Bradway Rogers Information Advancement Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions in the use of technology to deliver health science information, in the science of information, or in the facilitation of the delivery of health science information. The recipient will receive a cash award of $500
As part of a plan to teach Web 2.0 and multimedia tools to user services staff at our health sciences library, I would like to get feedback from MAC members who use such tools in their library work or teach them to others.