The MAC Research & Assessment Committee provides grant funding for research projects that promote and stimulate excellence in the field of health science librarianship and health sciences librarianship. If you have an idea for a research project in health librarianship our committee invites you to apply for a Research and Assessment Grant.
Amount of the Grant: $2000 in any one year with the potential for more funding with MAC Board approval.
- Grants may be used to support all or part of the costs of a project, up to a maximum of $2000. MAC/MLA may award more than one grant in a year for a maximum of $2000 in any one year. There is the potential for an increase in this funding in any one year but would require a detailed budget and approval not only of the MAC Research and Assessment Committee but also MAC Executive Board.
Due Date for Applications: The grant(s) will be awarded at the Annual MAC Meeting. Applications are due on Wednesday, August 31, 2022.
|2022||Alessia Zanin-Yost||Slippery Rock University||“Cultural competence in health science programs: What is the role of the health science librarian?”|
|2019||John Cyrus & Rachel Koenig||Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University||“Assessing Librarian Impact on Faculty Research”|
|2018||Mary White||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||“#WritingPapers: Learning about the Information Work-Processes of Public Health Students”|
|2017||Susan Keller & Layla Heimlich||Children’s National Medical Center & MedStar Washington Hopsital Center||“Putting Health Into Action: Exploring the Wellness Behaviors of Health Science Librarians”|
|James Madison University||“Longitudinal Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practice Competency Development in Nursing Students”|
|University of Maryland||“A Booster Shot for Health Science Librarianship: Using Canvas and PechaKucha to Flip the Library Classroom”|
|2013||Linda Hartman||University of Pittsburgh||“Barriers to Searching the Literature: A Survey of Students with Disabilities and Their Quest for Information”|
|2012||Doug Varner||Georgetown University Medical Center||“Library Return-on-Investment: Model for Establishing the Value of a Health Sciences Library in Support of Research”|