One emerging, and potentially novel, source of consultations for academic health sciences librarians involves helping clients find funding opportunities. While “publish or perish” is a common phrase used in academia, funding is needed for faculty to conduct the research that results in publications.
Librarians have a long history of advocating for openness, transparency, and access to high-quality research. Recent restrictions on public communications by the EPA and others concerns MLA members. Join us for Activism in a Time of Turbulence a special plenary open forum session.
IFLA engages fifty countries to promote libraries’ role in sustainable development
As a part of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) International Advocacy Program (IAP), 50 countries are already participating in the initiative
The 53rd Upstate New York and Ontario Chapter meeting (UNYOC) will be held in Syracuse, New York, October 25–27, 2017. Syracuse is situated in central New York, surrounded by majestic mountains, valleys, and waterways.
So many great topics to choose from for the Chapter Council Presents Sharing Roundtables:
Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries
and many more!