Greenblatt librarians will travel to Chicago in May this year to the 2014 Annual meeting of the Medical Library Association. Librarians from around the United States and the world will attend the conference to network, exchange ideas and brush up on topics of import to the medical community and the librarians who serve there. This year Greenblatt librarians will be presenting four papers and two posters at the annual meeting. These will include:
Building a DREAM: Medical Librarians Collaborate To Create A Health Sciences Assessment Tools Database. Kathy Davies, MLS and Lindsay Blake, MLIS, AHIP
Research Information Architect: Building Research Information Infrastructure through ORCID Integration in University Systems. Kim Mears, MLIS, AHIP; Sandra Bandy, MLIS, AHIP; Brenda Seago, MLS, MA, PhD.
Flip-flop: reflections on reversing flipped information literacy instruction for pre-college health profession students. Kim Mears, MLIS, AHIP and Peter Shipman, MLIS
Selling the Libraries: Constructing a Marketing Plan. Kim Mears, MLIS, AHIP; Autumn Johnson, MLIS; Renee Sharrock; Ginny Loveless, MPA; Matthew Whittington
For the Mouths of Babes: Nutrition Literacy Outreach to a Child Care Center – Darra Ballance, MLIS, AHIP
Disaster Health Information: Building A Bridge To National Library of Medicine Information Resources – Kathy Davies, MLS, Brenda Seago; MLS, MA, PhD and Andy Bruner, BA