Does your organization support your involvement in research activities? The MLA Board has approved a new award that will recognize organizations fostering librarian-led research through dedicated time, funding, statistical support, and other research-friendly policies.
Learn about the results of the survey of the Academy of Health Information Professionals (AHIP) members on how they perceive the value of membership in AHIP.
In Toronto the MLA Board of Directors approved the concept of a Research Training Institute for health sciences librarians who want to improve their research skills and increase their research output. Read on to find out more.
The guiding principles of MLA's education program are defined around five simple concepts that will turn MLA education upside down: "intentional", "learner-centric", "member-focused", "excellence" and "resource savvy".
In May 2016, the MLA Board of Directors established a new MLA strategic goal on communities (sections and SIGs) to increase their relevance and empower MLA members at the grassroots level.