Midwest @ MLA 14: Sunday Poster Session 1

Sunday, May 18th- Poster session 1
Time: Sunday, May 18, 3:30 PM – 4:25 PM

Be sure to visit and support your Midwest colleagues! Share and tweet #mlanet14 !

Poster Number: 2: Five Years of Audiobook Use in a Health System Library: Are Patrons Listening?

Matthew Hoy, Supervisor, Library/Media Support Services; Jennifer Schram, Library Specialist; Medical Library, Mayo Clinic Health System, Eau Claire, WI
Poster Number: 3: A Conceptual Foundation for Literature Searching Performed for an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)

Elaine N. Skopelja, AHIP, Research Informationist; Kellie Kaneshiro, AHIP, Research Informationist; Sue London, Electronic Education Coordinator; Thomas Emmett, Clinical Informationist; Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
Poster Number: 5: A Guide for Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID)

Merle Rosenzweig, Informationist; Caitlin Kelley, Graduate Student; Mari Monosoff-Richards, Graduate Student; University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
Poster Number: 12: A Snapshot of Evidence-Based Nursing Practice: A History of Progress

Jennifer DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City
Poster Number: 16: Altmetrics Analysis

Edith Starbuck, Information Services Librarian; Charles P. Kishman, Jr., Information Services Librarian; Kristen Burgess, Clinical and Research Informationist; Peggy Frondorf, Librarian; University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Number: 20: An Emerging Medical Library’s Endeavor to Track Institutional Scholarly Publications

Evan Sprague, Library Assistant, Medical Library, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Rochester, MI
Poster Number: 22: An Evaluation of a New Guideline Development Process Used by the Society of Critical Care Medicine

Charles P. Kishman, Jr., Information Services Librarian, Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Number: 30: Barriers to Evidence-based Public Health Practice: How Are Academic Libraries Addressing the Need?

Amber Loos, Health Sciences Librarian, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
Poster Number: 31: Bibliometrics Informing Nursing Scholarship

Margaret (Peg) Allen, FMLA, Consultant, Health Knowledge Consultants, Stratford, WI; Shelley Arvin, Associate Librarian, Cunningham Memorial Library, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN; Pamela Sherwill-Navarro, AHIP, Librarian/Instructor, Library, Remington College of Nursing, Lake Mary, FL; Holly Hubenschmidt, AHIP, Head, Instruction, Liaison, and Reference Services, Webster University Library, Webster University Library, St. Louis, MO; Joy C. Kennedy, Librarian and Consultant, , Evanston, IL
Poster Number: 32: Bioinformatics Training for Librarians: Experiences and Planned Services

Frances Chu, Associate Director, Reference and Outreach, Harriet K. and Philip Pumerantz LIbrary, Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA; DeDe Leshy, Senior Medical Librarian, Medical Library, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA; Edith Starbuck, Information Services Librarian, Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Traci Tosh, Information Specialist, Research, Schaffer Library of Health Sciences, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY; Amy C. Studer, Health and Life Science Librarian, Health Sciences Libraries, University of California–Davis
Poster Number: 35: Book Reviews in Ophthalmic Journals

Gale Oren, AHIP, Librarian, Kellogg Eye Center, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
Poster Number: 38: Building a Better Instruction Session: Can Student Performance Tell Us How?
Elizabeth Moreton, Health Sciences Librarian, Lovejoy Library, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville , IL; Jamie Conklin, Health Sciences Librarian, Lovejoy Library, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
Poster Number: 45: Building Awareness: Applying Project Management Techniques to Faculty Outreach
Debra A. Werner, Librarian, Science Instruction, and Outreach and Biomedical Reference Librarian; Ricardo Andrade, Biomedical Librarian; John Crerar Science Library, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Poster Number: 58: Building Together: Collaborating with Faculty to Integrate Information Literacy into a First-Year Interprofessionalism Course
Charlotte Beyer, AHIP, Instruction and Reference Librarian, Boxer Library, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, IL
Poster Number: 61: CampusGuides: A Solution for the Hospital Library?
Lorelei Woody, Medical Librarian, Cleveland Clinic Alumni Library, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Poster Number: 75: Concepts, Terms, and Metadata for Building Semantic Interoperability of Research Consents and Permissions
Elizabeth Eisenhauer, Doctoral Student, School of Nursing, University of Michigan–Detroit; Marcelline R. Harris, Associate Professor, Division of Nursing Business and Health Systems, School of Nursing, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

 

Deadline approaching: MLA ’14 submissions- NOV. 1

*Call for Participation, MLA’14 “Building Our Information Future” **May 16-21, 2014, Chicago*

Be inspired to think how you can be an architect of a health information landscape that responds to the challenges of growth and an ever-evolving environment.  How will you design your blueprint for the information future? What tools will you need? What skills will be required? How will you know if what you construct is useful?  The Medical Library Association’s 2014 Annual Meeting will offer you an opportunity to plan and style an information future that reflects expanding roles to reach new heights.

The 2014 National Program Committee invites you to submit an abstract for a contributed paper or poster that reflects on the best ideas for the future of information practices in health sciences librarianship. To begin, review the instructions in the paper/poster FAQ at:

http://mlanet.org/am/am2014/sect_prog/index.html and then log in to the online submission process.  Abstracts are due November 1, 2013.

Make plans to join your colleagues for MLA’14 in Chicago to build your information future at the largest meeting of medial librarians and heath sciences information professionals in the world!  In January, preliminary programs will be mailed to MLA members and meeting registration will officially open. For more information see:

http://mlanet.org/am/am2014/index.html

Call for submissions: MLA ’14 in Chicago!

Call for Participation, MLA ’14 “Building Our Information Future“, May 16-21, 2014, Chicago.

Be inspired to think how you can be an architect of a health information landscape that responds to the challenges of growth and an ever-evolving environment.  How will you design your blueprint for the information future? What tools will you need? What skills will be required? How will you know if what you construct is useful?  The Medical Library Association’s 2014 Annual Meeting will offer you an opportunity to plan and style an information future that reflects expanding roles to reach new heights. The 2014 National Program Committee invites you to submit an abstract for a contributed paper or poster that reflects on the best ideas for the future of information practices in health sciences librarianship. To begin, review the instructions in the paper/poster FAQ at: http://mlanet.org/am/am2014/sect_prog/index.html  and then log in to the online submission process.  Abstracts are due November 1, 2013.

Make plans to join your colleagues for MLA’14 in Chicago to build your information future at the largest meeting of medial librarians and heath sciences information professionals in the world!  In January, preliminary programs will be mailed to MLA members and meeting registration will officially open. For more information see: http://mlanet.org/am/am2014/index.html

Call for Submissions: Ethics Issue of JMLA

The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) announces a special issue on ethics to be guest edited by Deborah Halsted, Senior Associate Director, Operations of Texas Medical Center Library.  The articles in this issue will consist of full length papers, systematic reviews, case studies or research reports and/or brief communications. For guidelines and descriptions of the types of  articles including full-length papers, brief communications and case studies, please see the Information for Authors. Be advised, that these will be research papers, not opinion pieces.
Some suggested topics include (but this is not an exhaustive list):

  • Research
  • Personnel (HR)
  • Collection Development
  • Scholarly Communication
  • Publishing
  • Licensing
  • Copyright
  • Retractions
  • Consumer Health

If you are interested, please contact Deborah Halsted at deborah.halsted at exch.library.tmc.edu by June 30 with your proposed topic. If selected for consideration, authors will be required to submit a 200 word abstract to  by August 30, 2013.  Completed manuscripts should be submitted by February 1, 2014 and will go through the regular peer review process.   The publication date for this issue is October 2014.

Call for Papers: Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet (JCHI), Health Sitings Column

Submissions are now being accepted on an ongoing basis for the Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet (JCHI)’s newly combined column, Health Sitings.

The Health Sitings column is a merge between the two previously published columns, Health Sitings and Global Health Sitings. The column will showcase reviews of reliable, accurate and quality health information websites produced either in the US or internationally. For examples of previously published articles, click here and scroll down to the Health Sitings or Global Health Sitings section.
To view the aims and scope of JCHI, click here.

Any information professionals interested in submitting a review should contact Saori Wendy Herman, MLIS, AHIP at saori.w.yoshioka at gmail dot com. In the subject line, please enter “JCHI Health Sitings”.

LAST DAY FOR SUBMISSIONS to MidwestMLA ’13!!

Call for Papers and Posters

The Program Committee invites proposals for contributed papers and posters for the joint Midwest Chapter MLA and HSLI Conference to be held October 5-8, 2013 in East Peoria, Illinois.  The conference theme is “Navigating a River of Information”.   We encourage you to take a literal or figurative (use your fertile imagination) approach to our theme.  You can highlight various topics such as teaching or education, administration, practical problem-solving, document collaborative efforts or outreach activities, describe innovative programs, or report on research in librarianship, resources or services.

Concurrent contributed papers will be presented on Sunday October 6, 2013 from 11am-12pm and on Monday October 7, 2013 from 10:30am-11:30am.

The posters will be presented Sunday October 6, 2013.  They will be available for viewing from 10am – 5pm with presenters present from 4pm-5pm.

For contributed paper proposals and poster proposals submit an abstract no longer than 250 words describing your paper or poster.

  • Include your name, position title, address, phone number and email address on all submissions.
  • Email your abstracts to Linda Feinberg (Lfeinberg at northshore dot org)
  • The deadline for abstract submission is Friday May 24thbefore the Memorial Day weekend.
  • Notifications of paper and poster acceptance will be made by early-mid June.

The Midwest Chapter Professional Practice Committee is again awarding monetary prizes to the best RESEARCH papers and posters.  [UPDATE: The Professional Practice Committee asks that you indicate your interest in competing for the Research Award when you submit your abstract.]

For more information on the Midwest Chapter meeting, see the conference web site: http://midwestmla.org/conference2013/.  Please refer to the Papers and Posters sections for more information as it becomes available.

Midwest members at MLA ’13: Events on 5/5

Poster Session 1: 1:30-2:30pm

37. Analysis of Published Papers Supported by Cleveland Health Sciences Library Systematic Review Service

Mike McGraw, AHIP, Reference and User Services Librarian, Cleveland Health Sciences Library, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

81. Development of an International Ophthalmology Clearinghouse

Gale A. Oren, AHIP, Librarian; Gurpreet Rana, Global Health Coordinator; University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

101. Evaluating and Improving Library Instruction for Nursing

Heidi Meitz Schroeder, Health Sciences Librarian, Michigan State University Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

109. Facilitating the Development of an Evidence-Based Toolkit by Collaborators at Multiple Institutions: Tools and Approaches for Managing the Search, Review, and Writing Processes

Elizabeth Fine Weinfurter, Associate Librarian, Liaison and Instruction, Bio-Medical Library, University of Minnesota–Minneapolis

121. Genetics through the Ages: An Academic Health System’s Global Impact

Irina Zeylikovich, University Library Associate; Erin Kerby, Special Projects Assistant; Merle Rosenzweig, Librarian, Liaison and Research; University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

145. Impact of Embedded Librarianship on Online Journal Clubs

Emily B. Kean, Electronic Resources Librarian, James N. Gamble Library, The Christ Hospital Health Network, Cincinnati, OH

165. Inter-Institutional Sharing of Veterinary Specialty Boards Reading Lists Using LibGuides

Jessica R. Page, AHIP, Assistant Professor and Head, Veterinary Medicine Library, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; Heather K. Moberly, AHIP, Coordinator, Veterinary Services, Medical Sciences Library, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; Vicki F. Croft, AHIP, Head, Animal Health Library, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; Ann Viera, Associate Professor, Veterinary Librarian, Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library, University of Tennessee–Knoxville; Laura Rey, Senior Library Technical Assistant II, William E. Brock Memorial Library, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

185. Library as Outreach Destination for Youth: Getting them Excited about Medical Professions

Jen DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Sarah Andrews, Access Services Supervisor, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa CIty; Linda Walton, Director, Hardin Library and UI Branch Libraries, and Associate University Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa CIty; Christopher Childs, Education and Outreach Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Amy Blevins, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

197. Native Cancer Information Resource Center and Learning Exchange (CIRCLE) Enables All Native American Providers with Resources and Services

Dawn Littleton, AHIP, Head, Public Services; Judith Salmon Kaur, Medical Director; Lisa A. Baethke, Program Coordinator; Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

225. Organization and Outreach: Building a Microsoft Access Database to Improve Circulation Service to Our Community

Tiffany Tawzer, Technology Coordinator, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Greater Midwest Region, Library of the Health Sciences, University of Illinois–Chicago; Melissa Theroux, Evening and Weekend Library Coordinator, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, Boston, MA; Amy R. Lapidow, Associate Librarian, Information Services and Circulation, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University, Boston, MA; Gail Y. Hendler, Associate Provost and Director, Health Sciences Library, Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL

250. Collaboration as a Means of Developing Better Online Tutorials

Jen DeBerg, Clinical Education Librarian; Christopher Childs, Education and Outreach Librarian; Amy Blevins, Clinical Education Librarian; Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City

266. Top Down versus Bottom Up: The Social Construction of the Health Literacy Movement

Jeffrey T. Huber, Director and Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of Kentucky–Lexington; Robert M. Shapiro II, Public Health Librarian, Chandler Medical Center Library, University of Kentucky–Lexington; Mary L. Gillaspy, Manager, Health Learning Centers, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

270. Data Management Needs Assessment

Xiaomei Gu, Clinical Education Librarian, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Shawn Averkamp, Data Services Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Nicole Saylor, Head, Digital Research and Publishing, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City; Linda Walton, Director, Hardin Library and UI Branch Libraries, and Associate University Librarian, University of Iowa Libraries, University of Iowa–Iowa City

Session 39: Cultural Differences in Scholarly Practice: Diversity in Creation, Dissemination, Use, and Abuse of Intellectual Output  4:30-6pm

1 – It Takes a Village: Collaborating to Avoid Plagiarism (Rm. 313, 4:35-4:55pm)

Julie M. Aultman Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Michelle Cudnik Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Department of Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Rienne Johnson Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Beth Layton, AHIP Director, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Heather A. McEwen Reference Librarian, Oliver Ocasek Regional Medical Information Center, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Lisa N. Weiss Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Northeast Ohio Medical University

Session 37: Librarians as Partners in Addressing Health Disparities 4:30-6PM

3 – Discovering the Library Practices in a Successful Multi-Partnered Community-Based Health Disparities Intervention (Rm. 301, 5:15-5:35pm)

Dawn Littleton, AHIP Head, Public Services, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic

Session 35: The Role of Librarians/Informationists in the Systematic Review 4:30-6pm

1 – Systematic Review Reporting Quality in General Medical Journals: The Influence of Librarian Authorship (Rm. 311, 4:35-4:55)

Ann Farrell Librarian, Mayo Clinic Libraries, Mayo Clinic; Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko Health Science Librarian, Health Science Library, Mayo Clinic Health System; Melissa Rethlefsen, AHIP Education Technology Librarian, Learning Resource Center, Mayo Clinic

Call for Virtual Projects for JMLA column

Call for Virtual Projects for New JMLA Column (Journal of the Medical Library Association)

The Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is devoting a new annual column to describing innovative and notable virtual projects in health sciences libraries. This column will complement the annual Building Projects column, which was launched in July 2012, but will focus on library virtual spaces. In an increasingly digital world, the library’s virtual space can be as much of a hub as the library’s physical space. Digital content and technology-rich library services are moving the library “presence” outside the physical building to support users in their digital spaces wherever and whenever needed.

The JMLA welcomes submissions of recent virtual projects for the Virtual Projects column that will be published in October 2013. To be considered for this column, please submit a 200-word abstract of your virtual project or a link to a project web page that describes the project and why it is innovative/notable. Send your submissions to Susan Lessick, AHIP, FMLA, (slessick at uci dot edu) by March 15, 2013. Examples of health sciences library projects that could be submitted include:

  • projects that improve the quality of the library’s virtual presence through web pages or its catalog
  • development of technologies that facilitate information discovery and content delivery (e.g., federated searching products and portals)
  • mobile-friendly resource and service initiatives
  • development of web 2.0/Library 2.0 initiatives (e.g., social networking applications)
  • hosting and preserving digital content activities
  • projects that demonstrate the use of library resources and services through the institution’s electronic health record (EHR)
  • collaborative ventures with campus or other partners to develop new digital resources and services

Call for Manuscripts- Journal of Web Librarianship- Jan. 2013

The *Journal of Web Librarianship* is pleased to announce an upcoming special issue on the topic of *data-driven decision making for the library web*, edited by Meris A Mandernach.

Data-driven decision-making in the realm of library web sites is an emerging and ever-evolving goal for libraries of all types and sizes. As data becomes more available and easily accessible, the use of that data for decision making to support the user experience in online systems, discovery tools and websites is of the utmost importance.  Though both qualitative and quantitative data should be used for informing decisions in libraries, this issue’s scope will focus on quantitative data sources such as:

·         Web analytics, including Google Analytics

·         Log reports (search logs, system logs)

·         Heat maps

·         Vendor usage reports

·         Third-party statistics and logs

·         Public data from Twitter and other social sites

Additionally, this issue will focus on how data from the above sources is used to support decisions about all aspects of the library’s virtual presence, including

·         Discovery tools

·         Library websites

·         Library systems

·         Mobile sites and interface

Submissions should clearly state one or more research questions or, for more practical articles, a decision that was or will be supported by the data, and explain the type of data sources used.

Query letters and preliminary proposals are welcome any time if potential authors would like to discuss their ideas with the issue editor. Please submit queries and manuscripts to guest editor Meris Mandernach at jwl.data@gmail.com. Please refer to the JWL web site, http://www.lib.jmu.edu/org/jwl for Instructions for Authors.

Meris Mandernach is Head of Research Services at The Ohio State University Libraries.  She has published numerous articles and book chapters on topics related to reference, usability testing, discovery systems, and chemistry information literacy.

*Issue Timeline:*

Initial Manuscript Submission deadline: January 31, 2013

Notices to authors: April, 2013

Final Acceptance: June, 2013

Issue Publication: October, 2013

 

The Journal of Web Librarianship

Meris Mandernach, Special Issue Editor

Jody Condit Fagan, Editor

Email:  jwl.data at gmail dot com

Website: http://www.lib.jmu.edu/org/jwl/