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ICON Is a Nebraska nonprofit corporation (501c3) and consortium of Nebraska librarians whose objectives are to:
  • Promote shared use of resources.
  • Provide educational and networking opportunities for those interested in health science information and resources.
  • Promote library use.
  • Provide a forum for open communication among members
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Recent Announcements

  • MLA Webinars, sponsored by NNLM MCR
    The NN/LM Midcontinental Region is sponsoring two MLA CE webinars. Though the "Beyond the Search" webinar has already aired, it will be rebroadcast. Additionally, the "Communicate Your Value" webinar will be rebroadcast at Creighton HSL at a date TBD. Watch the ICON listserv for dates. And thank you NNLM MCR!

    Nov. 5 – Live viewing – UNMC –McGoogan Library of Medicine -  Wilson Training Room – 8th Floor

    Communicate Your Value through Marketing and Advocacy

    Wednesday,

    November 5, 2014

    1:00-2:30 CT

    Join the speakers for this program on marketing and advocacy as they cover: communicating the value of libraries, developing a marketing plan and engaging users and stakeholders, understanding the value of branding and campaigns, using tools, tips and tricks to make the most of your time, determining if social media fits in, determining if a plan is working and preventing lost opportunities

     

    Nov. 14 – Archived Recording Viewing – UNMC - McGoogan Library of Medicine – 6th floor staff meeting room

    Beyond the Search I: Protocol Development and Methodology for Systematic Reviews Webinar

     

    Wednesday,

    Oct. 22, 2014

    1:00-2:30 CT

    While the literature search is likely to be the main responsibility of information professionals involved in systematic review projects, there are other aspects of these projects that would benefit from our input. In this first of two webinars, the presenters will outline the processes and tools for developing a systematic review protocol and then translating the protocol into a publishable search methodology. The session will focus on best practices and standards (including PRISMA, Cochrane, and Institute of Medicine), communication with team members, and appropriate reporting of methodology.


    Posted by Heather Brown
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