The COVID-19 outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation. In addition to the resources listed below be sure to check with your local state, county and municipal public health agencies. I recently shared with friends that fate would have it that I am currently taking a library science course […]
excerpt from a library collection review written on April 21, 2019 Whenever there is a general discussion about the women involved in the African American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-60s, a few prominent names such as Rosa Parks, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Coretta Scott King are mentioned. […]
A Cybercrime and Digital Law Position Paper December 2019 According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six women and one in 17 men have been the victim of stalking at some point in their lives (“Preventing Stalking |Violence Prevention|Injury Center|CDC,” 2019). A 2014 […]
On Monday, February 24, 2020, I had the privilege of interviewing Christian Minter, Community Engagement, and Health Literacy Librarian at the McGoogan Library of Medicine of the University of Nebraska Medical Center. During our 30-minute telephone interview, Minter shared her thoughts on how a consumer health librarian’s job […]
Cyber Crime is a 2019 documentary, directed by Jeff Roldan, which shares the insights of cybersecurity experts on the evolution of cybercrime, the threat it poses, and ways to combat it. The producers (SMB Networks LLC, 2019) describe cybercrime as a “growing plague in our expanding digital world.” […]
I shared these thoughts with my professor at the conclusion of a recent course in Consumer Health Information. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized not only the importance of Consumer Health Information (CHI) but the need for public health agencies and medical libraries to focus on both the […]
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