The main theme is “Programs in libraries or medical education”.
Besides two posts from this blog (A Filter for Finding Animal Studies in PubMed” and more on the topic: An Educator by Chance) the following topics are included: a new MeSH (inclusion under mild librarian pressure), PubMed in your pocket, embedding Google Gadgets in normal webpages and experiences with introducing social bookmarking to medical students.
If you find this description to cryptic (and I bet you do), then I invite you to read the entire post here. I found it a very pleasant read.
Since we are already midway October, I would like to invite you to start submitting here (blog carnival submission form).
Our next host is Dean Giustini of the The Search Principle blog. The deadline is in about 3 weeks ( November 6th).
- May I Introduce to you: a New Name for the MedLibs Round…. (laikaspoetnik.wordpress.com)
- An Educator by Chance (laikaspoetnik.wordpress.com)
- A Filter for Finding “All Studies on Animal Experimentation in PubMed” (laikaspoetnik.wordpress.com)
- News, Patient Education, Teaching & Learning in Medicine: October is Health Literacy Month (creakysites.wordpress.com)
- Looking for mobile-friendly, authoritative texts and databases? There’s a librarian for that – A review of useful academic apps | iMedicalApps (imedicalapps.com)
- iPad lending project: First Results | Emerging Challenges (jeahil.wordpress.com)
- Educus Launches Innovative Medical Journal Search Engine (prweb.com)