The MLA Books Panel is always looking for authors and editors for new publications. Have you considered authoring or editing a book but have trepidation over what it might involve?
The Medical Library Association Books Panel is seeking author(s) and/or editor(s) for a book related to grant writing. The content in this book will be particularly relevant for health sciences librarians who either support academic grant writers or who are grant-seeking themselves.
The chapters in this book will provide an overview of evidence syntheses including, but not limited to, the systematic review. This book will provide a how-to guide for anyone who works with clinicians, students, and researchers who are interested in writing or interpreting knowledge syntheses.
MLA's Books Panel is seeking proposals for a book about determining the credibility and trustworthiness of information. The panel also welcomes a book that contributes to the discussion on the information-seeking behavior of major user populations. How does this behavior guide teaching practices?
MLA’s authors have been busy! Some recent books published by MLA’s partner publisher Rowman & Littlefield have been reviewed in the latest issue of JMLA.