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Reflecting on the Library’s Heritage and Looking Toward the Future!

This will be the last post for this blog, as I am retiring effective today.     This blog will go static and a new blog goes on line tomorrow at http://allthingshealthliteracy.wordpress.com. This year, marks my 40th year with Nebraska Methodist College.    … Continue reading

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Biblioburro: The Donkey Library

Because I am a librarian, I’m always intrigued about library success stories.   This story was brought to my attention, so wanted to share it with you today. It is the story of a rural Colombian librarian, Luis Soriano, and his … Continue reading

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Finding Library Best Practices in Health Information

The following was posted on the MCR-MCMLA [mcmla-l@listserv.kumc.edu] listserv by Siobhan Champ Blackwell. The Library Success Wiki http://www.libsuccess.org was created for librarians to share successful and innovative programs they are carrying out. As more projects are shared, we all have … Continue reading

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Improving Health Information Literacy – a LibGuide

As I write this, National Library Week, is coming to a close.         One of the announcements for the week, here at the John Moritz Library, at Nebraska Methodist College, is the availability of the LibGuides our staff  have developed.    You … Continue reading

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Office of Minority Health Resource Center – Knowledge Center

The following was posted by Siobhan Champ-Blackwell on the BHIC Blog, after her visit to the Knowledge Center. http://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/templates/browse.aspx?lvl=2&lvlid=62 The Office of Minority Health has a mission to improve and protect the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through … Continue reading

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Ask A Librarian Column

Siobhan Champ-Blackwell posted the following on the BHIC Blog last week.    The registration process she mentions is easy.    Although this publication is indicated for Physicians’ Assistants, the information is helpful for all audiences.   “Using the PICO model for evidence-based … Continue reading

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An American Dream Come True

I just read a great story in our Eastern Library System Newsletter;  the May/June issue of the Eastern Express is posted at –http://www.elsne.org. The front page story is entitled “An American Dream Come True” about Karla Shafer,  Director of the … Continue reading

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