Summer 2016 Issue, Number 141

Submitted by Abby Thorne, MIDLINE Editor

Welcome to the Summer 2016 issue of MIDLINE! The fall is rapidly approaching, which means one thing–Merge & Converge: Sixteen in ’16 is coming up in Des Moines next month.  The early registration deadline is rapidly approaching (September 12), so please register soon!  More information about the conference program is available in this issue and at


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President’s Message

Submitted by Chris Childs, Midwest Chapter/MLA President 2016

MW/MLA 2016 Chair Chris Childs at Apostle Islands, WI

Apostle Islands, WI

Hello Everyone,

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, summer is officially over at 10:21 am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) on September 22.  If you are like me, this is very difficult to believe and I have no idea where the summertime went.  Fall will soon be marked with students returning to school, cooler weather, and the changing of the leaves.

In preparation for fall, be sure to visit the 2016 Annual Conference website for information on the upcoming joint meeting of the Midwest and Midcontinental Chapters in Des Moines Iowa in October.  Everything that you need to check off your own to do list before the conference starts can be done on this website.  Haven’t registered yet?  You still have plenty of time to make the early bird deadline of Sept. 12.  Worried about not getting a hotel?  In addition to the conference hotel, a list of seven other hotels are provided for you.  Interested in planning out your time at the conference?  The website has information on the program schedule, CE classes, keynote address and panel discussion (paper/poster information will be added later).  Wondering where to eat or what your options are for things to do while you are in Des Moines?  Check out the interactive maps and listings for restaurants, bars, cultural/historical options, local entertainment, shopping and outdoor activities.

So, enjoy the last days of summer don’t forget to check out the conference website at or click on the link found on the homepage of the Chapter’s website at

I look forward to seeing you in October in Des Moines.

Colorado National Monument, CO

Colorado National Monument, CO

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Don’t Miss Out on Early Registration and Hotel Rooms for Merge & Converge: Sixteen in ‘16

Submitted by Amy Blevins, Publicity/Promotion Chair, Merge & Converge

Can you believe that it’s almost time for Merge & Converge: Sixteen in ’16? Don’t forget that early registration is ending on September 12! Early registration for the full conference is only $275 for members and $325 for non-members. You can register later, of course, but it’ll cost you an extra $50 (if I were you, I’d save my money for the Midwest Fundraising event also covered in this newsletter).

Speaking of planning ahead – hotel rooms are going quickly, so you might want to go ahead and book your room at the group rate for Medical Library Association Midwest Midcontinental Chapters Annual Meeting  as soon as possible.  If you wish to register by phone, call 1-800-228-9290 — be sure to mention “Medical Library Association Midwest Midcontinental Chapters Annual Meeting.”

The conference will be held at the Des Moines Marriott, 700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa. A block of rooms has been reserved for meeting attendees at the rate of $144 per night, single or double. The last day to book at this rate is September 30, 2016. Wireless high-speed internet will be available in guest rooms for $1/night. Remember that meeting our commitment for the room block is what allows us to have meeting rooms at no cost.

What I Love About Iowa painting

What We Love About Iowa Mural

Above is a lovely mural titled “What We Love About Iowa” that Becky Hines took during her last visit. The Merge & Converge Sunday night reception will be taking place at the Iowa Hall of Pride from 6-9pm. A ticket to this event is included with full registration.

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Continuing Education at Merge & Converge: Sixteen in ‘16

Submitted by Amy Blevins, Publicity/Promotion Chair, Merge & Converge

One of the great things about attending a chapter meeting is the ability to take CE classes at lower prices than what you typically see at the big national meetings.  This year, all CE classes will be taking place on Saturday, October 22. Most of the classes are 4 hours in length, so you can enjoy a morning or afternoon off or you can sign up for two classes and spend your Saturday basking in learning opportunities. Classes cover a wide variety of topics including research projects, data visualization, predatory publishing, building partnerships with stakeholders, turning your data into a financial advocate for your library, and innovative instruction. Class descriptions are provided below.

Lorie Kloda, MLIS, PhD Associate University Librarian for Planning and Community Relations at Concordia University in Montreal will be teaching Research by Design: Proposing, Planning, and Carrying Out a Research Project for the Practicing Librarian from 8am – noon for 4 contact hours. This workshop will introduce participants to the steps in designing a research project: articulating the problem, formulating a research objective, reviewing the literature, designing the methods, and outlining the work plan and resources required. Using examples from health sciences librarianship, participants will explore different types of research projects accomplished by hospital and academic librarians as inspiration. Workshop participants will learn practical strategies and tips for incorporating research into daily routines useful for those without extensive education or experience in research methods. Each participant will leave the workshop with an outline of steps for a research project.

Tony Nguyen, MLS, NN/LM SE/A, University of Maryland, Medical Library is teaching Cool Creative Communications: Dazzling Data Visualization from 8am – noon for 4 contact hours. Taking this class will enable participants to: 1) Increase their knowledge of using visual representations of data and various data visualization tools; 2) Design a visualization using a data set with a selected tool and 3) Discuss visualizations created by peers to enhance understanding of the data presented.

Catherine Arnott Smith, AMLS, MA, MS, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Library & Information Studies is teaching Beyond the List: Unpacking the Predatory Publisher from 8am – noon for 4 contact hours. The overall goal of this class is to enable learners to think in a deep way about how librarians can evaluate the published biomedical literature they find and make decisions about its quality. I do this by focusing on a real-life situation: the “predatory publisher” scenario. Both practicing librarians and their patrons are affected by the predatory phenomenon in important ways, and I hope to equip librarians to deal with the phenomenon to empower themselves as information professionals and authors alike.

Gwen Wilson, MLS, AHIP, Washburn University, Mabee Library, Topeka, KS and Kristen DeSanto, MSLS, MS, RD, AHIP, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus Library, Aurora CO are co-teaching Building Partnerships with Faculty, Clinicians and Other Stakeholders from 1pm – 5pm for 4 contact hours. Interested in strategies on building partnerships that lead to collaborative projects? This class will discuss barriers to building partnerships and detailed plans to help overcome these obstacles. Learn some strategies that will help open opportunities for collaborative projects in both the academic and hospital settings. After four hours in a hands-on workshop you will walk away with an action plan that fits you.

Betsy Kelly, MLS, MBANN/NL MCR and Barb Jones, MLS, Missouri State Coordinator and Coordinator for Library Engagement projects within the MidContinental Region will be teaching Financial Advocacy: Turning Your Data into Ammunition! from 1pm – 4pm for 3 contact hours. Statistics, data, reporting, oh my! Is your data alive and selling your value? Or, is it inanimate – stuck on paper, filed in a folder that is opened once a year to add another page and get a little fatter? Attend this Financial Advocacy class to learn how your data can become a living, breathing, contributing member of your library. This class will talk about what you can do with data and what it takes to make it sing for you. We’ll talk about kinds of data, different ways to view and analyze them as well as how to convert those numbers to money saved for your institution. We’ll determine the ROI of your services and of creating and teaching a class. We’ll finish up with a look at different ways to put your data to work telling your story in compelling ways.

Amy Blevins, MALS, Indiana University Ruth Lilly Medical Library and Xiaomei Gu, MSLS, University of Iowa Hardin Library for the Health Sciences will be teaching Innovative Instruction from 1pm – 5pm for 4 contact hours. This class will show a variety of active learning strategies to enhance instruction delivered face to face, online, or in a blended setting. Topics covered will include learning theory, instructional design, audience response systems, screencasting, and other technologies. The instructors will engage participants in discussions about their experiences with creating engaging instructional sessions while also modeling techniques they have used in their own classes.

To learn more about these class offerings, please check out the Merge & Converge website at

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Merge & Converge GMR Tech Forum: Partnering with Technology Champions

Submitted by Amy Blevins, Publicity/Promotion Chair, Merge & Converge

This year, the GMR is sponsoring a Tech Trends Panel on Monday October 24 from 3:30-5:00pm. This event will feature panelists who will be sharing their IT collaboration success stories as either a “technology therapy” for those of us struggling with new technology initiatives in our institutions or an inspiration to those of us looking for new and exciting ventures.

In addition to hearing from our colleagues about their exciting adventures in tech collaborations, we will be holding a drawing for a fabulous prize immediately after the technology forum. This is truly a “don’t want to miss” event.

Computer cords in flower pot. Image compliments of Flickr User Nick Harris. Creative Commons Licensed.

Image compliments of Flickr User Nick Harris. Creative Commons Licensed.

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Midwest Fundraising at Merge & Converge: Sixteen in ‘16

Submitted by Amy Blevins, Publicity/Promotion Chair, Merge & Converge


Photo compliments of Flickr user Alykat under Creative Commons License

The Midwest Chapter / MLA is holding the first fundraiser for Midwest Chapter scholarships and awards during the Merge & Converge conference in Des Moines, Iowa!  Tickets will be sold for a 50/50 raffle.

How does a 50/50 raffle work?  Tickets are sold ($1/each; $5/for 6; $10 for 15) and the winner gets 50% of the total sales and the balance goes to the Midwest Chapter / MLA.

Tickets will be sold at a table near registration and by individuals until the raffle drawing.  The drawing will take place during the luncheon on Monday of the conference.

All conference attendees are welcome to participate in the raffle.  So be part of raising funds for the Midwest Chapter / MLA scholarships and awards by purchasing raffle tickets and/or volunteering to sell raffle tickets.  Help the Midwest Chapter continue to provide scholarships and awards for future recipients!  Thank you!  Please contact Edith Starbuck, Midwest Chapter MLA Awards Committee Chair at if you have any questions.

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Nominate Someone Great for an MLA Award!

Submitted by Janna Lawrence, Midwest Representative to MLA Chapter Council

Do you have a colleague you admire whom you wish everyone knew about?  Consider nominating them for a Medical Library Association award!   MLA’s awards and honors recognize individuals at all levels, from the Rising Star Program, designed to give less experienced MLA members the skills needed to become a leader, to mid-career awards, like the Estelle Brodman Award for the Academic Medical Librarian of the Year and the Virginia L. and William K. Beatty Volunteer Service Award, to awards recognizing long-time service to the profession, including MLA Fellowships and the Marcia C. Noyes Award, MLA’s highest professional distinction, recognizing lasting and outstanding contributions to health sciences librarianship.

Descriptions of all of the many awards and honors MLA presents can be found at  The deadline for all nominations, submissions, and supporting documents is November 1.

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From the GMR

Submitted by Jacqueline Leskovec, Network Librarian, National Network of Libraries of Medicine Greater Midwest Region

As you probably know by now, the office of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) Greater Midwest Region (GMR) moved to the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences on May 1, 2016. The GMR staff has been selected (at least we hope so by the release of this issue of MIDLINE!) and has been hard at work. The physical space has been located and accessorized with the basic office accoutrements such as workstations, data jacks, phones, and, most importantly, a door. Although it’s taken us a bit of time, we are up and running as your RML and looking forward to working with you!

We are pleased to announce funding opportunities for our Network Members and potential members to support the mission of NN/LM. At the time of this writing, three awards have received the nod from our National Network Coordinating Office (NNCO) in Bethesda, and by the time of publication, we hope to have announced a few more.

The Express Outreach Award, Professional Development Award, and Technology Improvement Award are the first to be available. For information about these awards, please see the links from the GMR funding page: Applications received by September 12, 2016, will receive the fullest consideration. We realize that this is a short turn-around time for application and execution with the period of performance for these awards ending on April 30, 2017. However, recipients may request a no-cost extension to complete activities after the ending date, and the GMR staff will be happy to work with you to help plan your approach and timeline. To see examples of previously funded projects in the GMR and our sister regions, please see

Although not finalized, anticipated award opportunities include outreach to Native Americans and Community Outreach. Also, the GMR is hoping to provide an opportunity for public librarians and state library groups to work together with emergency responders and health departments to join forces in emergency preparedness and response.

If you have any questions, please contact the GMR office via email at Or you may also contact us at our recently established phone line at (319) 353 – 4479.

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Regional News – Ohio

Submitted by Mary Pat Harnegie, AHIP, South Pointe Medical Library, Warrensville Hts., Ohio

Ohio Health Science Library Happenings

Ohio will be hosting the 2018 Midwest MLA Chapter Meeting in Cleveland, OH Oct. 5-9, 2018 at the Westin Hotel.  Mary Schleicher and Mary Pat Harnegie are the meeting co-chairmen.
Ohio Health Science Library Association (OHSLA) will have its October 14, 2016 meeting at the State Library of Ohio, Columbus, OH   More Information is available at  All are welcome!


Comings and Goings

Gretchen Hallerberg, MLS, MS, AHIP, Library Director, Cleveland Clinic Floyd D. Loop Alumni Library, is retiring effective 10/15/16.
Michelle Kraft, MLS, AHIP, Assistant Director, will be stepping into the position of Director upon Gretchen’s retirement.

Kim Brady, MIS, AHIP, health educator, Center of Consumer Health Information, Cleveland Clinic, will be doing a 1-year internship with the Atlanta CDC office in the area of public health and sexually transmitted disease prevention.

Jennifer Feldman, MLIS,  is the new  library director, Fortis College, Ravenna, OH campus.

Monique Mason, Manager, Science and Technology section, of Akron-Summit County Public Library, has a number of staff members who has received the MLA Consumer Health Information Specialist designation.  She is working to expand the consumer health section of her library department.


Harnegie, M. P. (2016). Checklist of library building design considerations by William W. Sannewald. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 16(3), 274-274. doi:10.1080/15323269.2016.1188045

Harnegie, M. P. (2016). Re-booting the library: Adapting to graduate medical Education’s new accreditation system (NAS). Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 16(2), 167-173. doi:10.1080/15323269.2016.1150748

Miles, Mary F. (2016). Data management for researchers, organize, maintain and share your data for research success by Kristin Briney. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 35(3), 361-362.

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Ramblings from the Representative-at-Large

Submitted by Patty Lunsford, Representative-at-Large, Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health, Lafayette, Crawfordsville, and Rensselaer, Indiana

“The State Liaisons Committee shall serve as a conduit for communication between the chapter and state health sciences library associations, local library groups and library science educational programs. It shall serve as a mechanism for chapter officers and committees to distribute information and receive feedback at the state and local level.”

In the Spring 2016 issue of MIDLINE, I expounded upon the names of our State Representatives  and of our State Presidents—and have learned (with great and humble appreciation to Marcia Francis of North Dakota) that I need to correct and update North Dakota’s State President’s name—welcome to Dawn Hackman as North Dakota’s 2016 President—and then to Merete Christianson as North Dakota’s President-Elect!  Marcia Francis remains as North Dakota’s State Representative.

On to my Ramblings—which quite likely might seem a bit incoherent—I am sure many of you—even most of you—have moved your library/ies once or more in your career—or closed and re-opened, or renovated—in any case, a change of this magnitude, whether the library is smallish or huge, is an emotional and humbling experience which can affect you and your work and life for months, even years…especially if it has happened more than once in your career.

You can read all the helpful articles which are published about organizing a move—or a closure or a renovation—but unless I am living under a rock (or a toppled bookcase), when the time actually approaches to begin dismantling –no matter how well you plan, does your library suddenly seem to grown beyond the appointed storage or  allotted movable shelves (our corporate moving company here in Northern Indiana calls those shelves ‘Gondolas” –they are quite efficient and they roll smoothly (usually), but they resemble NOTHING of the romantic image of those softly gliding water vessels in Venice, Italy)?

Do you find yourself overcome with emotion and reminiscence as you load your books and journals and remember wistfully over the years of physicians and nursing and allied health staffs and students who frequent (or –way in the past– frequented) your library and helped to plan your collections and journals and perused them and asked for your assistance?

As you rummage through your files to pack your desks—even if you have kept them quite up to date and well-organized—do you remember the classes and conferences, the meetings and workshops, the budget plans, the defenses of your collections and budget dollars and databases—and wonder to  where the years and semesters flew…?

The suddenly that cozy place is simply empty walls and floor space and hallowed shelves devoid of color and intrigue—the life and intellectual energy and challenge gone out it…and regardless of whether this library is moving to a new location, being down-sized (or enlarged) or renovated—like your beloved pet, or a dear friend or beloved one who has died—the ache and wound in your heart and mind never quite heal—this place has been your life (even if you have multiple libraries still to manage).

I am sure folks in every profession feel the same way about vacating or moving or changing an office, a hospital unit or building—any place that is vacated after many years—but a LIBRARY—that is different, that is special and exclusive— and part of the fabric of one’s heart and soul.

As your Representative-at-Large, I enjoy writing to our State Representatives and Presidents and encouraging them to share among us all various questions and situations which arise –either as a presented question or issue or challenge…please—share with us all experiences of this kind—how you have planned, gotten the job done, what worked and what did not, and how you coped…and succeeded.


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New Member Profiles

Submitted by Mary Taylor, AHIP, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

Trisha Adamus is a Research Data Librarian at Ebling Library, University of Wisconsin – Madison.  Her main responsibilities ORCID activities (she is an ORCID Ambassador), research data management, bibliometrics, and scholarly communications. Her professional interests include Data visualization and computer programming. Trisha earned a BS in Chemistry from Lycoming College and worked as a chemist. She received her MLIS from Syracuse University in 2012. She is a native of Butler, NJ. Trisha enjoys ice hockey, running (she is a Girls on the Run Coach), yoga, postcrossing, reading board gaming, and is learning Japanese. She share her home with her husband, their dog, and three cats.

Ashley Cuffia is the DOCLINE Coordinator at the National Network of Libraries of Medicine’s National DOCLINE Coordination Office, which is hosted by the Southeastern/Atlantic Region RML. Her office is located at the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore. She is responsible for handling customer service and training for DOCLINE nationwide. Her professional interests include consumer health and health literacy. Ashley has an undergraduate degree in History and Political Science from Frostburg State University and an undergraduate degree in Cybersecurity Policy from University of Maryland University College. She received her MLS degree from University of Maryland College Park in 2016. Her home town is Baltimore Maryland. Her hobbies include camping and crafting.

Cynthia Graham is a librarian at St. Catherine University in Minneapolis, MN. She states, “ I’m a health sciences librarian and serve as a liaison to all of our health sciences associate degree programs as well as our baccalaureate and graduate programs in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing and physician assistant studies.” She earned a BA in Architectural Studies from North Dakota State University, a MA in Holistic Studies from St. Catherine University, and a MLIS from the University of Iowa. This Fargo, North Dakota native’s interests include Yoga, running, beading, knitting and reading.

Margaret Hoogland is a Clinical Medical Librarian at Mulford Health Sciences Library at the University of Toledo. She is a liaison to the medical students, residents, fellows, faculty, and staff in the College of Medicine.  Margaret, a native of Frostburg, MD, has an undergraduate degree in History from Washington University in Saint Louis, MO, and receive her MLS from the University of Maryland in 2007.

Iris Kovar-Gough is Liaison Librarian to the College of Human Medicine from the Main Library at Michigan State University. She says her job includes “the full gamut of liaison roles: Student and faculty library orientations, some collection development, supporting evidence-based medicine and health information literacy curricula, being the point person for integrating and troubleshooting electronic resources into the curriculum, literature searches and research support.” A native of Toronto, ON, Canada, Iris earned an Honors BA in Classical Archaeology from McMaster University, in Hamilton, ON, Canada, and a MA in Classical Archaeology from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. She received her MLIS from the University of British Columbia in 2014. She enjoys baking pies, crafting, and hiking.

New MW/MLA member Anthony Miccheli

Anthony Miccheli

Anthony Miccheli is the Medical Librarian at the Robley Rex VA Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky. He states that “I am a solo librarian here at Robley Rex VA Medical Center, so I do pretty much everything here, which is fun!” His professional interests include strategic planning, scholarly communication, and EBP information and informatics. This Huntingtown, MD native earned an undergraduate degree in Philosophy and English (1999) and a MAT (2005) from Frostburg State University, and his MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh (2009). Anthony’s hobbies and interests include cycling, hiking, guitar, recording music, reading, cooking, eating ice cream, and napping. He adds, “I just came to the VA from the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio three months ago. I opened and managed a branch library for UIW’s School of Physical Therapy. Before UIW, I was the nursing and health sciences librarian at UT Tyler. I taught high school English Language Arts in Delaware, and I taught ESL in South Korea before transitioning to librarianship. I always enjoyed taking naps in libraries, so I thought it would be fun to work in one.  I was involved MLA/SCC’s research committee, which was super fun! So, I would be interested in participating in committee work at the Midwest Chapter.”

Mini Prasad is a Librarian at the Resource Center Library, Aurora Medical Center-Summit (part of Aurora Health Care). Her responsibilities include: literature searches; being an embedded librarian; consumer health; teaching online classes for caregivers and in person classes for patients; administration of the hospital Intranet site; policies and procedure maintenance; cataloging; and responsibility for a monthly newsletter for hospital. Her professional interests include cataloging, consumer health, and collection maintenance. Mini has a BS in Chemistry from Marquette, a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee, and an MSLIS from UW-Milwaukee (2009). Her home town is Delafield, WI. Her hobbies include reading, traveling, and Indian cooking. Mini adds that she is a “proud mom of 3 adult children. [I] worked as a computer engineer and also as an elementary school librarian before working at Aurora Health Care.”

Matthew (Matt) Regan is Clinical Education Librarian at the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences at the University of Iowa. His responsibilities include: liaison and instruction duties to various clinical departments at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics; team leader for websites, subject guides, and mobile apps for Hardin Library; work on the Academic Public Record project; and supervision. Matt’s professional interests include systematic reviews, web design, and emerging technologies. He received his MLIS from Dominican University in 2011. His hobbies include hiking, fishing, camping, and pottery. Matt states that “I just started this position in July, and am incredibly thrilled to be joining the wonderful staff at Hardin Library.” His home town is Iowa City, IA.

Judy (Judith) Smith is an Informationist at the Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan. One of Judy’s primary roles is to integrate information services and resources into the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC) at the University of Michigan. Her key liaison areas at the NCRC include:  the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI), Technology Transfer, the Business Engagement Center, Business Development, and NCRC administration. An additional core liaison area is to serve as the library and information services liaison to the Department of Health Policy and Management in the School of Public Health. This Swampscott, MA native has an undergraduate degree in English literature from the University of Michigan and earned her MSLIS from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana in 2000. Her professional interests include health services and policy research.

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For the Record

Submitted by Abby Thorne, MIDLINE Editor


Platts, B. A. (2016, July). Health & Wellness To Go: A Community Collaborative. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 16(3), 215-223. doi:10.1080/15323269.1188037

Surkis A, Hogle JA, DiazGranados D, Hunt JD, Mazmanian PE, Connors E, Westaby K, Whipple EC, Adamus T, Mueller M, Aphinyanaphongs Y. Classifying publications from the clinical and translational science award program along the translational research spectrum: a machine learning approach. Transl Med. 2016 Aug 5;14(1):235. doi: 10.1186/s12967-016-0992-8.

Presentations and Posters

Michelle Bass hosted hosted a panel at the IFLA Women, Information, and Libraries SIG UnConference held in Evanston, IL on August 11th on “ Leading through inclusion: Including aspiring women leaders in the conversation.” She also presented her poster, “Connecting social and health sciences data: This Librarian’s Life” at the International Association for Social Science Information Services and Technology (iASSIST) Annual Conference in Bergen, Norway in June.


Michelle Bass received the American Chemical Society Publications First-Time Attendee Travel Grant for Librarians, 2016 and attended the ACS Conference in Philadelphia August 21-25th.



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