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Health Information Management

No clinical laboratory can be properly maintained without good health information management.  Step one is to make sure that your laboratory information systems, or LIS, is up to the task.   13 more words

Blogging with INeedALibraryJob.com

I started volunteering with INeedALibraryJob.com, a website devoted for and run by (mostly) library and information science professionals, about a year ago as an assistant to the Greater New York City page editors. 135 more words

In The Field

Youth Displays: United Nations Day, October 24

Booklist:
• Ross, Stewart. United Nations
• Stein, Conrad. The United Nations
• Melvern, Linda. United Nations
• Jacobs, William J. Search for Peace… 127 more words

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Youth Displays: October is National Pizza Month

Now that I am in charge of Youth displays at the library, I thought I would blog my book list and the flyer I create to go along with it (there are 6 displays in total). 202 more words

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Book Review: Jane, the Fox, and Me (by Fanny Britt; ill. by Isabelle Arsenault)

Britt, F. (2013). Jane, the fox & me. (C. Morelli and S. Ouriou, Trans.; I. Arsenault, Illus.). Toronto: Groundwood Books.

I first heard of this graphic novel while analyzing professional book reviews (for an assignment) on… 460 more words

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Professional Associations Relevant to LIS

In LIS600 (Foundations of LIS), this week’s topic was about career/professional development. The assignment was to “learn about a state and a national association to which you wish to join.  696 more words

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Shelf-Reflection

Blogging while Blabbing, Blabbing while Blogging

It’s time for some shelf-reflection (sorry, I love puns). In the past, I often thought about blogging. And, I think about blogging in the future. 1,267 more words

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