Greenblatt Library successfully hosted its first National Library of Medicine Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course from Sept. 14 through 20 at Brasstown Valley Resort in northern Georgia. Thirty healthcare professionals, medical librarians, and information technologists from 19 states attended the immersive course. Leaders in the biomedical informatics field conducted twenty-two lectures and workshops on topics from “Natural Language Processing and Semantic Medline” to “Big Data and the Cloud.” Participants gained hands-on experience in evening workshops designed for students to practice what they learned during the day. The next Georgia Biomedical Informatics course will be held in 2015 from April 12 to April 18. If you are interested in attending the spring course or would like more information about this project, please visit the NLM Georgia Biomedical Informatics Course page. Registration will open for the spring course in the coming weeks.