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The SCC/MLA Virtual Conference is right around the corner, and we are thrilled to award two students the LIS Fall Development Award (formerly known as the Library Student Outreach Award). These students – both Information Science graduate students at the University of North Texas – have demonstrated an interest in health science librarianship and have… Read More »
September is Healthy Aging Month, which is a great reminder of how vital it is that we care for ourselves and our aging populations. As we age, we all experience changes in our physical, mental, and emotional health, and it becomes increasingly important to prioritize our own wellness. According to the World Health Organization (WHO),… Read More »
Health Insurance Enrollment Month is here, and we know health insurance is a big deal! There are several ways to go about accessing it, and as of 2018, 19.4% of adults aged 18-64 relied on public insurance*. In the United States, the Open Enrollment Period is November 1, 2020 to December 15, 2020. If you… Read More »
The SCC/MLA’s Annual Meeting, originally set to occur in Houston, TX, has officially gone virtual! Don’t worry, we plan to be back in Houston in 2021. This unique year has presented some unique opportunities to support our LIS community; students can join us at the 2020 SCC/MLA Annual Meeting (October 26-28) FREE OF CHARGE, but… Read More »
Marco quickly fizzled out as a hurricane on Monday, but now the Gulf Coast has been evacuating as Hurricane Laura has made landfall in Louisiana and Texas. As it continues to move through the region, we hope that everyone in or near the path is able to stay safe. This region is no stranger to… Read More »