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The Neurosurgical Atlas is available for the first time to libraries as an institutional model

For the first time ever, the Neurosurgical Atlas—known as the ultimate resource in cranial surgery—is available for libraries. This work is the most comprehensive, interactive, and exclusive multi-media collection that unveils novel and efficient techniques for brain surgery. It has inspired a devoted global community of over 70,000 members and is used by neurosurgeons, residents, …Read more »

Notes from Executive Director Scott Garrison – May 2023

Dr. Emily Knox (whose books include Book Banning In 21st Century America and Foundations of Intellectual Freedom) led a Feb. 8 workshop at Western Michigan University (WMU) that was a great opportunity for academic, public, and school library professionals to connect with library and information theory and practice, and one another. Dr. Knox’s workshop built …Read more »

It is time for the annual Docuseek Spring Special

Between now and July 31, 2023, lock in your discount and upgrade your streaming media collection with exclusive and highly-curated award-winning films from the leaders in social-issue and independent film. Founded on more than 50 years of educational distribution experience, Docuseek brings you content you cannot find anywhere else from more than 20 established film …Read more »

OVID is offering end of fiscal year discounts

Offering a range of eBooks for the health sciences, OVID provides libraries with high quality resources supporting allied health, medical, and nursing programs. Take advantage of OVID’s end-of-fiscal year savings on eBooks including discounts up to 50% (depending on the number of titles purchased). Eligible collections include titles from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Society, …Read more »

Welcome our new MeL Support Specialist Sarah Zawacki

Sarah’s first day with MCLS was April 3. She spent the last ten years at Ypsilanti District Library in Michigan where she did work in acquisitions, catalog maintenance, and MeLCat. Sarah previously worked at Plymouth District Library and Milan Public Library. In her role as MeL Support Specialist at MCLS, Sarah is a member of …Read more »

Indiana and Michigan libraries select MCLS to provide consulting services

We are pleased to announce that Butler University Libraries in Indianapolis, IN has selected Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (MCLS) to provide consulting services for strategic planning this spring. Our Engagement, Consulting, & Training staff will also be facilitating professional development days for the staff of Manistee County Library (MI), David L. Rice Library at University of Southern Indiana (IN), and …Read more »