CABL will be hosting the third webinar in MLA’s Summer Educational Webinar series & CABL Meeting on September 3rd.
Fortis College will again host at:
555 N. 18th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006
Free parking should be available in the section of the parking lot titled “Fortis College Parking” (green signs) or on one of the surrounding streets if full. Please consider attending the Fortis College Advisory Meeting before the MLA Webinar – lunch will be provided.
- 10:00AM – 11:00AM Fortis College Advisory Meeting (Lunch provided by Fortis for attending)
- 11:00AM – 12: 30PM MLA Webcast
- 12:30PM (approx.) CABL Meeting
Here is information about the MLA webcast:
Planning to attend the Quint Chapter meeting in Denver from October 12-16th? Consider applying for the Writing Retreat that will take place on Sunday October 12th & Monday October 13th.
No matter what stage in the research and writing process you find yourself at, this workshop will allow you to receive additional time and support in writing your manuscripts.
Two scholarship slots will be available to MLGSCA members. If you are selected you will also participate in a “train the trainer” experience so that you may co-teach the workshop in the future.
Applications are due August 8th. See attached Writing_Retreat_application_form
Our own CABL members Jeanette Ryan and Jacque Doyle interviewed Thomas Higdon as part of MLA’s Oral History Project. Higdon, was librarian of the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center Library and a member of the pre-cursor group to CABL, if not CABL itself.
For those of you unfamiliar with MLA’s Oral History Project check out the following link for more information and to learn how to gain access to any published oral histories that interest you: https://www.mlanet.org/about/history/oral-history-project. This is a really neat project that documents the careers of many well accomplished individuals and keeps alive the history of MLA and Health Sciences Librarianship in general.
MLA is offering two upcoming educational webinars for free to current MLA members.
These webinars are:
1. Your Keys to Successful Database Searching – July 15th, 2014 (1pm CT)
2. Instructional Skills for Health Sciences Librarians – August 21, 2014 (1pm CT)
For more information and to register for either of these webinars see: https://www.mlanet.org/professional-development/education
Registration has opened for the 2nd annual Science Boot Camp West. The boot camp is a 2 and a half day immersive experience for librarians interested in learning about Science. If you are looking for an excuse to escape Arizona in the summer and visit Seattle this might be it! The boot camp runs from July 9th-11th.
For more information see: http://guides.lib.washington.edu/ScienceBootCampWest2014
Even if you don’t plan to attend I recommend viewing some of the videos of last years sessions available at the same link. Topics include Physics, Bioinformatics, GIS, Environmental Science.
The Medical Library Group of Southern California & Arizona (MLGSCA) will officially receive the 2014 Majors/MLA Chapter Project of the year award at next month’s Awards Luncheon at MLA ‘14, Building Our Information Futureon Monday May 19 from 12 – 1:30pm. MLGSCA will be honored for their outstanding work on the project “Substance over Style” which involved coordinating and implementing the 2013 MLGSCA/NCNMLG Joint Meeting held at University of California, San Diego.
Congratulations to all of our CABL members who contributed to MLGSCA’s successful project and conference, including Nita Mailander who was one of the conference planning tri-chairs!
Registration is officially open for the free PubMed for Trainers course offered by the National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC). This course will take place online for 3 weeks and culminate in a day long in-person session hosted at Grand Canyon University.
As described in the course’s promotional material, “this hands-on course consists of 9 presentations created by the National Library of Medicine, live demonstrations, hands-on exercises, group work and discussions, and networking opportunities over the course of four sessions. You can expect an additional 2-3 hours of independent homework. Upon completion of the class, participants receive 15 hours of MLA CE credit.”
The schedule for the course is as follows:
- Monday, January 12, 2015, 10 am – 12 noon PT (online via Adobe Connect)
- Thursday, January 15, 2015, 10 am – 12 noon PT (online via Adobe Connect)
- Thursday, January 22, 2015, 10 am – 12 noon PT (online via Adobe Connect)
- Thursday, January 29, 2015, 9 am -4:30 pm PT (in-person at Grand Canyon University, Phoenix AZ)
If you teach others PubMed in an instructional setting, group setting, or in one on one sessions this is the course for you. The course doesn’t take place until January 2015 but if you have an interest I encourage you to register and reserve your spot!
To register and for more information see: http://nnlm.gov/ntcc/classes/class_details.html?class_id=359