While I was attending the Cochrane Colloquium, Alisha Miles of Alisha’s blog wrote a really spectacular spooktacular Medlib’s Round, the blog carnival of *best* posts in the medical library blogosphere.
The official round comes with a whole bunch of bonus posts. Subjects included range from wikis to toolbar widgets, from unprofessional online content by medical students to H1N1-information, from the MidWest Medical Library Conference to social media (Side Wiki, Google Wave etc). As expected there are also many posts about the PubMed Redesign.
Interested? Please take a look at the spooktacular Medlibs Round here.
It is really incredible that so many posts were submitted in just 2 weeks and Alisha managed to include so many more.
Other good news about the round: we’ve got excellent hosts till April 2010! Really all sorts of *TOP* bloggers: (medical) librarians, a scientist, a physician and a Pubmed-3rd party host:
- Submission: ¤ 10 Nov-2009: Highlight Health
- Submission: ¤ 05-Dec-2009: Knowledge beyond words
- Submission: ¤ 02-Jan-2010: Dr Shock MD PhD
- Submission: ¤ 06-Feb-2010: Emerging Technologies Librarian
- Submission: ¤ 09-Mar-2010: The Krafty Librarian
- Submission: ¤ 03-Apr–2010: Eagle Dawg Blog
If you would like a host the MedLib’s Round please comment on this post, dm me at twitter or mail me at :
The submission for each round is due the first Saturday of each month. The next round will already be published in about three weeks. Walter Jessen of Highlight Health looks forward to your posts. The main theme of the round will be:
Finding credible health information online
Other blogposts -if relevant to the MedLibs Round- will also be considered.
Submitting is easy (thanks Patricia Anderson):
- Write (a) blogpost(s) on your blog (or write a guest post on someone else’s blog) as usual.
- Pick the post you like that fits.
- Go to the blogcarnival submission from here, (register or log in),
- Fill in form to share the permalink of your post.
- The current host selects anthology of best submissions.