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  • 01 Mar 2011 9:19 AM | Anonymous
    READ IT HERE!
    In this issue, we have great articles by our various MCMLA committees. The Education Committee writes a terrific how-to article on applying for and winning professional development funding, something we all need in this era of fiscal restraint. From the Library Advocacy Committee we learn of the need for information literacy among graduate nursing students, particularly given today‘s emphasis on Evidence-Based Practice. And the research committee continues its popular Research Round-up column with suggestions for thinking about creative research — and submitting it — for the next MCMLA annual meeting.
  • 10 Dec 2010 11:56 AM | Anonymous
    There's a new issue of our newsletter, The Express, filled with news from the chapter and lots of great pictures from the meeting in Wichita.

  • 12 Nov 2010 10:55 AM | Anonymous
    The Free Lunch Award was established in 2009 to support MCMLA members’ attendance at the Chapter Council Sharing Roundtables Luncheon held at the annual MLA meeting. The Sharing Roundtables Luncheon is a time to network, share experiences and meet with colleagues at the annual MLA meeting. A list of topics is announced annually in the MLA Preliminary Program. Participants must sign up in advance and select a topic when registering for the annual MLA meeting.

    To apply, you must be a member of MCMLA, register for the Chapter Council Sharing Roundtables Luncheon, and write a summary of the experience for the MCMLA Express after the MLA meeting.
  • 01 Jul 2010 4:17 PM | Anonymous
    The MCMLA Web Task Force has begun assembling this new site. Please, have a look around and let us know what you think. We know this may be a big change for some of you who are very familiar with the old site and know exactly where to click to get what you want. We ask that you keep an open mind and be thoughtful about what we're trying to do — present a more dynamic and modern web presence in hopes of engaging our membership and attracting new, future leaders of MCMLA.

    You won't find the historic content from the old site but don't worry — it's being preserved. We plan to move old documents into a digital repository for safe keeping and easy searching. In the meantime, if you need access to something you can't find, please contact Amy Ritterskamp, aritterskamp@kumc.edu
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