The Joint Planning Committee was thrilled to receive 549 submissions for papers, posters, lightning talks, and special content sessions for Mosiac 2016. That’s the highest number of submissions ever!
Read more about the number of submissions and the process of peer review in: MLA : Blogs : Building
549 abstracts... that’s the highest number ever! Further evidence that health sciences librarians are fired up to present their papers, posters, or lightning talks and “Be Part of the Big Picture” in Toronto, May 13–18, 2016.
We hope you are getting ready for an exciting Mosaic ’16! In her blog post, MLA : Blogs : Mosaic ’16: Be a Part of the Big Picture!, Gurpreet Rana describes some of the best things about Toronto, and provides information on traveling to Toronto from the US.
If you haven’t already seen the welcome to Mosaic/Mosaïque 2016 video, created by Toronto health librarians welcoming you to Toronto in May 2016, you need to check it out!
And if you’ve already seen it, I’m sure you’re eager to watch it again (seriously, I just re-watched it for about the 8th time
Source: “Crap Detecting” with 2016 McGovern Speaker Ben Goldacre
Vanessa Kitchin of the Local Assistance Committee for the 2016 Joint MLA/CHLA/ABSC/ICLC Planning Committee, provides an introduction to Ben Goldacre who will be giving the 2016 McGovern Lecture.