Join your colleagues at MLA ’18 in Atlanta, GA, for courses that will support health sciences librarians and other information professionals in adapting to rapidly changing environments, transforming their collections and service models, and leading important new changes
These days, it seems everyone is talking about learning to program. To find out more about a popular language, R, and what it’s like to learn it, we did an email Q&A with Lisa Federer, AHIP, who is teaching Introduction to Data Analysis and Visualization with R at MLA ’18.
Register for the Performing Systematic Reviews in Resource-Limited Settings at MLA '18. This course will demonstrate how you can make substantial contributions to systematic reviews without access to the resources of a major university.