Medical Libraries and Medical Librarians: Moving Into the 21st Century
Note1: For a full description of the "Medical Libraries and Medical Librarians: Moving into the 21st Century" workshop, refer to the workshop announcement. [Added Jan 17, 2007]
Note2: Missed the workshop? You can download and watch/listen to the presentation locally from your computer. From Schedule - Download "SyncPPTx-Dnload" file , then unzip the file and open the index.html using a web browser with MS MediaPlayer support. [Added Feb 12, 2007]
Abstract: Medical and health sciences libraries are making a transition from their
traditional roots as curatorial collections to a new identity as service providers.
Medical librarians are no longer just the gatekeepers for book collections; they are now
becoming managers of digital information and team players in the new information-intensive medical world. This workshop will focus on changes that are affecting medical libraries and librarians and their many clients, as both institutions and individuals come face-toface with the services, materials and technologies that are transforming their professional lives. Examples of best practices will be highlighted.
Previous course and materials: September/October, 2006 Course: http://www.bioinfohelpdesk.org/PubMedSep2006/ [Opens in New Browser]
Previous course and materials: April 28/29, 2005 Course: http://www.bioinfohelpdesk.org/PubMedApr2005/index.html [Opens in New Browser]
Previous course and materials: Sept 13/14, 2005 Course: http://www.bioinfohelpdesk.org/PubMedSep2005/index.html [Opens in New Browser]
Note: The Vietnamese translation of the HINARI training presentation and workbook [from the Sept 2005 workshop] is available online or download all [Zip]. For the original English version. [Added March 15, 2006]
Last updated: Monday, February 12, 2007 3:38 PM (Viet Nam time)