Continuing Education

Join Wolters Kluwer

Rise and shine for Ovid's 
Sunrise Seminar!

Join Ovid for a session entitled "Covering the Point of Care, Point of Reference, and the Point of Learning through the Library," presented by Kathi Grainger, Senior Training Manager at Wolters Kluwer.

Through cases, Kathi will walk you through how Wolters Kluwer supports the changing paradigm in healthcare, supporting nurses at the point of care, point of reference, and the point of learning. By diving further into the 
'Point of Reference', she'll show tools and resources a librarian can use to support one of the three key pillars that help nurses provide 
quality care to their patients.

Tuesday, October 10th
7:00am – 7:45am
The Tiger Hotel
Room: Black & Gold
23 S. 9th Street
Columbia, MO 65201

All attendees will be entered into a drawing to
win a $100 AMEX Gift Card!

Annual Meeting Continuing Education Courses

  • All MCMLA2017 Continuing Education Courses will take place on Monday, October 9, 2017. See course descriptions below.
  • Registration is handled on a first-come, first-served basis, and no waiting lists are maintained. You do not have to register for the meeting to register for courses. Room assignments will be in the Online Program Planner. See the CE registration page to register or to get more information.
  • Member and non-member fee: $105 per class, except for the Intro to Health Sciences Resource class, which is free.
  • Student fee, pending available space: $75 per class.
  • Cancellation or course change fee: $50 per course (see the registration area for refund policy and deadlines).
  • MCMLA will send out a confirmation prior to the CE course if you are required to print and bring your own handouts.
  • Contact Ben Harnke for more information.

Monday, October 9, 2017 8am - 12 pm

Data and Donuts for Librarians: Launching Data Management Services in Medical Libraries

Dr. Tobin Magle, Data Management Specialist, Colorado State University

Are you interesting in offering data management services at your library but aren’t sure where to start? Then this class is for you! During this session, we will

  • Outline the data management topics that are commonly offered in libraries
  • Present strategies for how to determine what services might be most useful on your campus and create synergistic partnerships with other university entities
  • Dive into how to offer support with data management plans
  • Present a case study for using an institutional repository to archive and share research data
  • Identify additional training opportunities and open educational resources you can use to develop robust DM services

The class will consist of a mix of presentations, hands on activities, and discussion. So come ready to participate! 

Tobin Magle, PhD is the Data Management Specialist at the Morgan Library. Tobin has a background in molecular microbiology studying brain parasites and malaria transmission. Tobin made the leap into libraries as the Bioinformationist at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in 2014. At CSU, Tobin assists researchers with data management through a series of educational workshops and one on one consultations.

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