Congratulations Shelley White!
Librarians in Oz Thanks for Playing

We are happy to announce that Shelley White has met all the requirements to win this year's game, making her the Top Wonderful Librarian in Oz

We really appreciate her and the rest of the network members who participated in the game.

We will be starting a new exciting round this summer or early fall, so keep on the look out for those announcements! We think players will be thrilled when they see the enhancements we have made to the game and the wider selection of topics areas they will get to play in.

What is Your Top Effective Practice in Health Sciences Librarianship?

The National Network of Libraries of Medicine MidContinental Region asked it's members "What is your top effective practice in health sciences librarianship?" Watch the interviews with our network members as they discuss the practices that have helped them find success as health sciences librarians and learn how you can better serve your patrons.


The NN/LM MidContinental Region specializes in Advocacy for Health Sciences Librarianship. Learn how to put an actual dollar value on the many services that you and your library provide with our tools.

Connect with MCR

The NN/LM MidContinental Region Staff are here to serve you. Find the coordinator for your state or who specializes in an area that you are curious about and connect with us.

MCR Region

The NN/LM MidContinental Region serves the biomedical information needs and supports collaboration among over 300 member libraries and information centers in the states of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Utah, and Wyoming

The Mission of the NN/LM is to advance the progress of medicine and improve public health through access to health information. 

To accompish this mission staff members develop and promote a wide assortment of free classes. Headquartered at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, we have coordinators spread out across the region.Numerous outreach subcontracts are awarded to network member libraries (Resource Libraries) to provide training ot health professionals and consumers in their areas. Funding is provided to smaller network members for computer equipment, internet access, and training.