Staying Informed in SE/A Region
Keeping up-to-date with your peers is important. Here are some leads to help you stay informed.
NN/LM SE/A News
- SEA Currents – Electronic Newsletter from the Southeastern/Atlantic Region
- Social Media: Facebook and Twitter
Health Sciences Library Related Electronic Discussion Lists
NN/LM SE/A Maintained Discussion Lists
- District of Columbia Area Health Sciences Libraries (DCAHSL) discussion list - DCAHSL Membership Only
- Tennessee Health Science Library Association (THeSLA) discussion list - THeSLA Membership Only
Discussion Lists maintained by others in the SE/A
- MACMLA-L is the official electronic mailing list of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association (MLA)
- SOCHAP-L was begun in January 1996 as a communication vehicle for members of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association (SC/MLA). The list is used for the dissemination of news and the discussion of business and issues related specifically to the SC/MLA.
- The electronic discussion list of the Alabama Health Libraries Association is called ALHELA. The list is open to both members and nonmembers of the association.
- The Florida Health Sciences Library Association offers a discussion list for members only.
- The Georgia Health Sciences Library Association offers a discussion list for members only.
- The Association of North Carolina Health and Sciences Libraries (ANCHASL) offers a members only discussion list.
MEDLIB-L is a public discussion list for medical and health science librarians/information professionals. This forum focuses on ideas, questions, announcements, and concerns specific to medical and health sciences librarians.
DOCLINE-L Email Discussion List - highly recommended for all DOCLINE users
EFTS Discussion List -All new EFTS members are automatically subscribed to the discussion list. It serves as a forum for discussion about the system and a way for the EFTS staff to distribute information. The list also allows sharing of information about how others are benefiting from using the system.