We love our Graduate Assistants!

We love being a place where GAs can learn about the world of  health sciences libraries and contribute their unique perspectives.

On May 10th, HSL’s graduating SILS graduate students gave talks based on their master’s papers. After brief opening remarks by GA supervisor KTL Vaughan, Dave Ghamandi introduced the three speakers.

Audio files of each speaker are provided below. Photographs of the event have been posted to HSL’s Flickr website.

Introduction (KT Vaughan; Dave  Ghamandi)  

Rachel C Lerner: “A Study of Librarian Employment Trends from 1997-2009”  

Lindsey Main: “Field Experience in Library Sciences Education and Health Sciences: A Survey”  

Elyssa Sanner: “Preliminary Training for RDA: A Survey of Cataloging Department Heads”