Entries in MLA (7)


Mark Funk's Great MLA '12 Lecture

Mark Funk's Janet Doe Lecture was the (programming) highlight of my MLA 2012 experience.  His story of librarianship as seen through a content analysis of the MLA Bulletin was ridiculously engaging.

Janet Doe Lecture, MLA 2012 from Leavesamark on Vimeo 

(via Krafty)


One Library's Involvement in Medical Education

I'll be at MLA in Minneapolis over the weekend, presenting (poster-style) this timeline of our involvement in Medical Education.  #171.



Plain Language Medical Dictionary

A few of my colleagues at the Taubman Health Sciences Library won an Innovation Award at this year's Midwest MLA conference for the embeddable medical jargon translator below:

Read more about it in the Cornflower.

Grab the code here.


Medical Student Perspectives on Evidence and EBM Resources

This was one of my coauthored posters at MLA '10 (the abstract's on p76 of the program).  It'll also be presented at Med Ed Day on June 8:


MLA '10

Just got back from MLA '10 (in DC).  Took a CE on finding drug info online, presented a paper, and 2 posters.  The slides for the paper are below.  I'll put up the posters over the next few days. 

 (I made the pres in Keynote and unfortunately couldn't get the slides to display in the conf room.  A compatibility issue.  So - I ended up discussing the project old-school, sans slides.  Went a'right.  Hopefully, the audience felt the same.)