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Midday at the Oasis

Midday at the Oasis is a webinar series presented by the Pacific Southwest Region of NNLM on various topics of interest such as NLM resources, new trends in health care and librarianship, data management and other topics.  View recordings below or visit the Midday at the Oasis YouTube Playlist for a full list of past presentations!

Click to open Healthy Apps and Wearables for Librarians

Healthy Apps and Wearables for Librarians

Presenters talk about apps and wearables they are using to improve their health!

POSTED ON: Aug 20, 2014

Click to open Libraries and Pinterest!

Libraries and Pinterest!

Librarians from the Pacific Southwest Region discuss Pinterest and how they use it at their libraries.

POSTED ON: Jul 30, 2014

Click to open Report on the National Library of Medicine, 1984-2014: Voyaging to the Future Symposium

Report on the National Library of Medicine, 1984-2014: Voyaging to the Future Symposium

Gail Yokote, Associate University Librarian, UC Davis, & Naomi Broering, Dean of Libraries, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, present impressions and comments about the NLM Symposium.

POSTED ON: Jun 24, 2014

Click to open Funding Awards & Clever Evaluation

Funding Awards & Clever Evaluation

This session includes a review of NNLM PSR funding awards, recently funded projects and clever evaluation.

POSTED ON: Mar 19, 2014

Click to open Metadata: The Key to Linking Data

Metadata: The Key to Linking Data

This session features real-life applications of metadata used by Stanford University's Lane Medical Library staff by linking data within their library's catalog & website.

POSTED ON: Mar 19, 2014

Click to open New Roles for Librarians in Data Management

New Roles for Librarians in Data Management

This webinar focuses on identifying new roles for librarians in research data management and creating a reinvention and rejuvenation of science and health sciences librarianship.

POSTED ON: Dec 18, 2013

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