Author Archives: Margaret Henderson

Marketing Data Management Tools and Services to Faculty – ASERL Summertime Summit – Breakout Session 2

For the afternoon breakout session I chose “Marketing Data Management Tools and Services to Faculty”, presented by Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh from Georgia State U, and Jen Doty from Emory U. Jen Doty gave us an overview of what Emory is doing … Continue reading

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Other posts about ASERL Summertime Summit

Today I thought I’d check if anyone else had written about ASERL’s Summertime Summit in Atlanta. I found two blog posts, a slide deck, and a video. Wake Forest U Librarians wrote about the summit. http://cloud.lib.wfu.edu/blog/pd/2013/08/21/aserl-summertime-summit-2013-liaison-roles-in-open-access-data-management-equal-parts-inspiration-perspiration/ And Robin Sinn from … Continue reading

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ASERL Summertime Summit – Breakout Session 1 – Data Management Tools

After a rousing keynote, we had the choice of 4 topics for the first breakout session.  I chose “Practical Data Management Tools – Step-By-Step Guide, DMPTool, DataBib” presented by Aaron Trehub (Auburn U) and Lizzy Rolando (Georgia Tech).  To help … Continue reading

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ASERL Summertime Summit – Opening Keynote – Sayeed Choudhury

I was lucky enough to attend my first ASERL (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries) event this week.  It was a very timely Summertime Summit titled “Liaison Roles in Open Access & Data Management: Equal Parts Inspiration & Perspiration” held in … Continue reading

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Using the Socratic Method in a Flipped Classroom

There has been discussion lately about the use of the flipped classroom in medical education and last night it came up in the context of #medlibs continuing education because of a blog post by Eric Schnell – Flipping the MLA … Continue reading

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The Lifespan of a Fact – book review and some observations

Last week I finished reading ‘The Lifespan of a Fact.’ John D’Agata, author. Jim Fingal, fact-checker. The core of the book is an essay by D’Agata about the suicide of Levi Presley in Las Vegas in 2002. But wrapped around … Continue reading

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Reference Interviews, Data Curation, and “To Sell is Human”

I’ve had the strangest convergence of ideas that have been bouncing around in my brain the last couple of weeks. It started with research on data curation or management as a role for Librarians. I have been on a work … Continue reading

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The Power of Social Media

Last night I ran a bit of an experiment on medlibs chat on twitter. I noticed quite a few anti-circumcision tweets during on the AAMC feed during the 2012 meeting and I thought it quite odd. After all, I’m not … Continue reading

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Librarians Connecting EHR Data – a paper presented at MLAQUAD 2012

I had a fantastic time at MLAQUAD in Baltimore.  It was great to see some old friends and meet some new ones.  I had crab cakes every day, and they were all good.  There were a couple of queries about … Continue reading

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EHRs and Patient Safety – a reply to a #medlibs chat

Last Thursday Jon Goodell (@jonspoke) mentioned that EHRs can worsen pateint safety and posted a JAMA article from 2005 http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=200498 I knew we had used newer things in a class presentation earlier this year in my Clinical Information Systems class. … Continue reading

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