Click here to view the latest issue of HINT. In this bumper issue we have a number of reports from our bursary winners on the recent ICML/EAHIL conference that took place in June in Dublin Castle. We have a very interesting report from Grace Hillis on her visit to the National Library as part of the LAI’s Library Ireland Week Library Staff Exchange Scheme and information on how to get involved with the #EvidenceInformedHealthcare campaign. This issue also includes regular features such as our fantastic ‘Handy Hints’ column brought to you by Niamh O’Sullivan and information on upcoming library related conferences and training events. On behalf of the HSLG committee team we hope you enjoy our latest issue of HINT.
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The summer issue of HINT is now available. In this issue are reports from a range of conferences and seminars such as:
HSLG 2016 conference by Jane Burns, Geraldine Walsh, Anne O’Byrne and Grace Hillis
EAHIL 2016 in Saville by Aoife Lawton
EvidenceLive from Oxford by Anne Madden
Library as Place; Place as Library by Grace Hillis
We also have a report on HSLG activities during the last year from the Chair, Michael Doheny, a poster on the HEAR Newsletter by Caroline Rowan, a book review on altmetrics by Michelle Dalton and a Day in the Life by Bennery Rickard.
So much to get through and you can get your hands on it here.
We are delighted to share volume 13, issue 4 of HINT with you. In this issue Grace Hillis talks about multi-sensory storytelling, Joanne Callinan talks about her experience of the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care – Education Fellowship and Margaret Morgan features in our Day In The Life section. Meanwhile, Diarmuid Stokes tells us about an introduction to literature searching MOOC and Louise Farragher shares tips about useful research resources, while Caroline Rowan suggests something new for Christmas – bookcrossing!