Reflections on the last ten months, riding a tremendous wave of change that will benefit the association for many years to come.
T. (Terrence) Mark Hodges didn’t set out to be a librarian, but like many of us, he fell into the love of organized books. While serving in the British Army, Mark was stationed in Egypt at the Army Education Center in Suez, where he was placed in charge of the library.
This week, the MLA Board did its first semi-annual evaluation of the strategic goals adopted in spring 2015. The consensus? We’ve come a long way, with plenty more “way” to go.
Bylaws should help an organization conduct business efficiently and effectively, without impeding the mission. We're working on streamlining how business is conducted and clarifying how MLA is structured.
“When you need to be right, ask your medical librarian.” That was the theme of this year’s National Medical Librarians Month. Here are just a few of the innovative NMLM activities we heard about around the web.