Archive: May, 2020

01 May

AMA (American Medical Association) Manual of Style long-awaited 11th edition

Special offer by Sean Cwiek

The 11th edition of AMA Manual of Style launched in February 2020. AMA Manual of Style is everything you need to produce well-organized and clear medical and scientific manuscripts for publication. The 11th edition: Updates the definitive handbook to citations and references in scientific publications, including examples of newer sources such as trial registries, data …Read more »

01 May

Notes from the Executive Director – May 2020

News by Jan Davidson

MCLS is one of the most nimble, responsive library organizations around. This month, I’ll focus on some ways we’re adapting during these uncertain times. Like many who work in libraries, our staff have been working safely at home as much as possible for over a month. Some of us go into our Lansing office occasionally, …Read more »

01 May

MCLS partners with PolicyMap

Special offer by Sean Cwiek

MCLS is pleased to announce its partnership with PolicyMap. An easy-to-use online mapping tool, PolicyMap provides access to data on demographics, real estate, health, jobs, and more in communities across the U.S., pulling information from over 150 authoritative public and proprietary sources. Relevant for academic, public, school, and special libraries, PolicyMap helps users find the …Read more »

01 May

Featured training opportunity: discounted ed2go online courses for MCLS members

News by Jan Davidson

Are you looking for an online training opportunity to benefit your library staff now and into the future? MCLS has partnered with Cengage’s ed2go to offer hundreds of online training courses at discounted prices for MCLS members. We are pleased to offer a selected subset of ed2go’s highly interactive courses that you can take entirely …Read more »

01 May

MCLS hosted Spring 2020 eResources Meeting virtually

eJournals, Group Subscriptions, MCLS, News by Jan Davidson

Normally a face-to-face event, the MCLS 2020 Spring eResources Meeting went virtual this year. Academic librarians gathered via Zoom on Friday, April 17 for the annual meeting to review upcoming multi-year eResource renewals. The day-long event featured morning presentations by Clarivate Analytics (Web of Science) and SpringerNature (SpringerLink), where renewal details and product updates were …Read more »

01 May

Expand your college library with OverDrive for Academics

OverDrive, Special offer by Sean Cwiek

Long recognized as a leader in the public library eBook environment, OverDrive also offers subscription opportunities for academic libraries. MCLS invites academic libraries interested in adding recreational and leisure eReading titles, as well as titles relevant to academic studies, to their suite of resources to check out OverDrive for Academics. The OverDrive eBook collection allows …Read more »

01 May

The OED: the definitive record of the English language

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED)?has become the most venerated and most authoritative English language reference ever compiled. As a historical dictionary, the OED is very different from dictionaries of current English, in which the focus is on present-day meanings. You’ll still find present-day meanings in the OED, but you’ll also find the history of individual …Read more »