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Great ideas from Utah

Claire Hamasu, Associate Director of the MidContinental Region of NN/LM at Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah in Salt Lake City, has sent us the recently implemented documentation developed by their library’s emergency preparedness team.  It looks great, and … Continue reading

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Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library, University of Oklahoma

Marty Thompson, the Director of the Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library at the University of Oklahoma, discusses how the library was involved in the aftermath of the bombing in Oklahoma City in April 1995. Interview date: June 26th, 2007 … Continue reading

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Tulane University Medical Library, Louisiana

William (Bill) D. Postell Jr., Director of the Tulane University Medical Library, talks about Hurricane Katrina, which directly affected the academic health sciences library in August 2005. Interview date: June 25th, 2007 Questions: (1.) What happened in your community (i.e., … Continue reading

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Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library

Deborah Halsted, Associate Director, Public Services and Operations, Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center Library in Houston, Texas, discusses flooding issues in the academic health sciences library resulting from Tropical Storm Allison in June 2001. Interview date: June 5th, … Continue reading

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