When? Wednesday October 26; 10:30-11:30am
Where? Health Sciences Library Room 227
Light refreshments will be served.
What? Lenny will be at HSL’s Collaboration Center to have a casual conversation to share his experiences and answer questions on how to get involved and support developing countries in accessing critical health information. This includes talking about HINARI and Research4Life and working with health information in resource limited settings.
Information about Lenny:
Registration (not mandatory, but welcome for head count purposes) here.
When? Thursday October 27; 8:30am-12:30pm, a light breakfast will be served for those who RSVP
Where? The Classroom, The Frontier, 800 Park Office Drive, Durham (RTP), NC
What? Led by Lenny Rhine, Ph.D., this 4 hour hands-on course will teach practical skills for locating, accessing, evaluating and promoting resources in Research4Life and Hinari, which allows low/emerging-income countries to gain access to important and influential literature in biomedical and related social sciences. Attendees can gain 4 MLA CE hours for their participation.
Who should attend? Librarians, information professionals, students, faculty and community members with an interest in global health. If your students or faculty work with colleagues in developing countries, please attend!
Ready to register? https://goo.gl/forms/9ExwnZzfh1gBpCD03