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.
The Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) is pleased to announce its support for the American Library Association (ALA) Spectrum Scholarship. NCNMLG wanted to support diversity and inclusion efforts for librarianship in a meaningful way.
Are you experiencing FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)? Maybe all your colleagues and professional friends are attending MLA ’18, but this year will not work for you.
Don’t worry…the Educational Media and Technologies Section has a solution for you!
Mental health counselling sessions are offered in public libraries
Mental health services are a necessity to citizens of every community. Paradoxically, they can also be difficult to find or access.