Monthly Archive for May, 2008
Tidbit: On his blog, David Rothman does a quick camera pan of our chapter’s poster. The shot appears about thirty-two seconds into the video; pity that he didn’t scan the whole poster, just the top of it.
Was there a particular session you found exciting, inspiring, or just plain interesting? Would you like to write about it for the Chronicle? Let me know. The next deadline is July 1.
David Rothman set up a GroupTweet for MLA2008.
There are a number of medical libraryfolk using Twitter, so I thought it might be fun if we were able to conveniently send each other short messages during MLA 2008. All I had to do was set up the MLA2008 account and register it with GroupTweet.
His easy to follow instructions for getting started are at davidrothman.net.
“Gregor Mendel: Planting the Seeds of Genetics” presents Mendel’s life and work, charts the rise of Genetics and introduces you to scientists who are building upon his discoveries. This exhibit is being presented by Villanova University and The Academy of Natural Sciences from May 24 through September 28. If anyone attends and would like to right about it for the Chronicle, please let me know.