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2015 Business Meeting
On November 14, USHSL members met to report on the past year and discuss plans for 2016. We reviewed activities and budgeting. Claire led an effective group activity that got us excited about projects for the upcoming year. Thanks to … Continue reading
2015 USHSL Meeting – Save the Date!
After several attempts to coordinate members’ schedules, there is an agreed date for the next USHSL meeting. Please note that a delicious pancake breakfast will be provided. Meeting Details Saturday, November 14 2015 9:30am – noon 3821 Arroyo Road (1700 east) … Continue reading
Native Voices Exhibit at EHSL
The National Library of Medicine has a traveling exhibit, “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness,” on display at the Eccles Health Sciences Library from September 1-November 8, 2015. On Wednesday, October 14 at 12:00-1:00 PM in the History … Continue reading
1. 2015 MCMLA Virtual Meeting 2. Next USHSL Business Meeting
Hopefully you’ve been able to register to attend the 2015 MCMLA Virtual Meeting. It looks incredible! For those who wanted to go but didn’t register: while the registration date is past for this year’s meeting, it might be helpful or … Continue reading
Our Next Business Meeting — Save the Date!
At our 2014 annual meeting, we agreed for our 2015 meeting to coincide with the MCMLA conference, October 8 and 9. USHSL is co-sponsoring the conference with the Eccles Health Sciences Library. More details coming soon. Stay tuned!
MLA Continuing Education Activity
On March 20, 2015 a group consisting of USHSL members, students, and other professionals gathered at John B’s house to watch a rebroadcast of “APPsense Makes the Heart Grow Fonder: Mobile Resources in Health Sciences.” The presenters discussed a number of … Continue reading
Updates and News: Emporia, Taking HeaRT, and Call for Leaders
Emporia Cohort XI USHSL member Dale Monobe, invited John Bramble to sit on a panel to talk about USHSL and health sciences librarianship for Emporia’s Cohort XI. There were 11 students who are interested in learning more about our group. … Continue reading