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Welcome to the MCMLA 2013 Online Poster Session!

Each poster is shown as a blog entry containing the abstract for the poster and the relevant files. You can see a list of the posters by clicking on the Poster category to the right or by clicking on one of the poster titles in the list below.

After you have viewed the posters, don’t forget to vote for the Best Poster!

You can review all the abstracts from MCMLA 2013 in one convenient pdf.

Posters by Title:

No Subscription? No Problem!  A Trial Implementation of Copyright Clearance Center’s Get It Now Service
Authors: Christy Jarvis, Jean P. Shipman, Joan M. Gregory, Amy Birks and Camille Salmond

A New Role in CTSA Support: A Research Concierge
Authors: Peter S. Jones and Jean P. Shipman

Do NIH grant awardees have access to the articles they need?
Author: Caryn L. Scoville

Discovery within a Library – Creating Experiences that Welcome and Invite a Health Sciences Community
Authors:  Joan M. Gregory, Christy Jarvis, Jeanne M. Le Ber, Nancy T. Lombardo, Jean P. Shipman, and Joan M. Stoddart

Comparing Experiences of Participants Taking In-Person versus Online Classes
Authors: John Bramble, Betsy Kelly, Marty Magee and Sharon Dennis

Remote Librarianship: The Electronic Resources Librarian at a Distance
Authors: Tom Gensichen, Mary Helms and Ann Kaste

Distinctive Service for Researchers and Research Administration
Author: Alissa V. Fial

Diversity Terms Unbound: Explore, Engage, and Envision Research through PubMed and the Health Sciences Library
Authors:  Lynne M. Fox and John Jones

Assessing Patron and Librarian Needs in Order to Design Effective Instruction
Authors: Amy E. Honisett, Jeanne Le Ber and Nancy Lombardo

Partnering with State Libraries: Supporting Public Library Health Information Programs and Training
Authors: Barbara Jones, Jim Honour, Betsy Kelly, John Bramble, Dana Abbey, Marty Magee and Rachel Vukas

Blended vs. Asynchronous Classes: Comparing Completion Rates
Authors: Rebecca Brown and Sharon Dennis

Unbound Communication: Partnering to spread the word
Authors: Abby L. Adamczyk, Amy Honisett, Peter Jones, Jeanne Le Ber, Jean P. Shipman, Jessi Van Der Volgen

Experiences of a MOOC from three points of views:  Head of Education,  Reference/Education, and a Cataloger/Reference
Authors:  Euemduan C. Osmera, Alissa V. Fial, and Teresa L. Hartman

The Literature Search Journey: From Request to Result
Authors: Jan Rice, Anne K. Heimann, Jessikah Haselhorst

Defining Roles for Information Providers in a Boundless Environment
Authors: Abby L. Adamczyk, Peter Stevens Jones, Jeanne Le Ber, Mary McFarland and Jean P. Shipman

Open Access to our Open Access Fund
Authors: Jennifer Hicks and Lilian Hoffecker

Reinforcing Service Expectations of Part-time Employees with Improved Training Methods: a Case Study
Authors: Jeanne Le Ber, Noelle Cranmer, Shelby Morris Mitra, Julie Quilter

R(esource) D(escription) and A(ccess): What’s in it for you?
Author: Amanda K. Sprochi

 Hospital Team Experience: Medical Students Explore Non-Physician Roles
Authors: Brenda Pfannenstiel, Benjy Stein, Keri Swaggart, and Andi Wall

A look at the clicks behind “Bringing Health Information to the Community Blog”
Author: Monica Rogers

Taking it to the streets: the iTest iPad community based organization project
Authors: Dana Abbey, John Bramble, Barb Jones and Rachel Vukas

Binding Reference In Order to Unbind Information
Authors: John Jones, and Rose Turner