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Reminder: Free webinar on Ebola for librarians

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Reminder: On Friday, December 12, 2014, library leaders from the U.S. National Library of Medicine will host the free webinar “Ebola and Other Infectious Diseases: The Latest Information from the National Library of Medicine.” As a follow-up to the webinar they presented in October, librarians from the U.S. National Library of Medicine will be discussing how to provide effective services ... Read More »

Free webinar: The latest on Ebola

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As the Ebola outbreak continues, the public must sort through all of the information being disseminated via the news media and social media. In this rapidly evolving environment, librarians are providing valuable services to their communities as they assist their users in finding credible information sources on Ebola, as well as other infectious diseases. On Tuesday, December 12, 2014, library ... Read More »

Webinar archive: Fighting Ebola with information

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Archived video from the American Library Association (ALA) webinar “Fighting Ebola and Infectious Diseases with Information: Resources and Search Skills Can Arm Librarians,” is now available. The free webinar teaches participants how to find and share reliable health information on the infectious disease. Librarians from the U.S. National Library of Medicine hosted the interactive webinar. Watch the webinar or download ... Read More »