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by Renée A. Torres, MLIS San Jose State University Diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI), antiracism, and social justice are buzzwords in higher education and libraries right now. However, as a new graduate from San José State University’s School of Information, I am keenly aware that library and information science (LIS) professionals must actively work toward making… Read More »
by Joanne M. Muellenbach, MLS, AHIP Health Sciences Library Director and Associate Professor California Health Sciences University For many high school students in the Central Valley, the Health Careers Boot Camps at California Health Sciences University (CHSU) are their first chance to practice intravenous (IV) injections, monitor blood pressure, or perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Thanks… Read More »
MLA recently announced the Data Services Specialization (DSS) certificate that librarians can earn to demonstrate their attainment of the relevant knowledge and skills necessary to provide data services.
We will still host Midday at the Oasis, on an as-needed basis when we identify great content to share that may be specific to our region or not fit into the series created with our colleagues. We welcome suggestions for content that you would like to see or present.