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The Michigan Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (MI-SLA) got a tour of the building in Lansing, MI, that houses the cyclotron (full name: the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory).
Every October, the Medical Library Association celebrates National Medical Librarians Month to raise awareness on the important role librarians play in the health sciences. We’re taking this opportunity to look at the influence medical librarians have on the education of healthcare professionals, the delivery of patient care, and furthering medical research by taking a journey through the career of Catherine Gray-Guinup, RN-BC, BSN.
The historical newspaper archive of Hong Kong based South China Morning Post will add compelling value for eight members of the JULAC (Joint University Libraries Advisory Committee) consortium. With searchable, full text coverage of South China…
The Library of Congress is part of an extensive network of more than 1,100 libraries in the U.S. federal government. James R. Jacobs, co-founder of Free Government Information, shares his perspective on the challenges and opportunities federal…