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About the Phoenix Liaison to SIRLS

Jacque

Jacque

I am pleased to serve you as the liaison between the Phoenix area (and beyond!) and University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science (SIRLS). This program is exciting, innovative and incredibly forward-thinking and I am honored to be associated with you all. My goal is to share ideas, information and knowledge about librarianship, Arizona libraries, and library education.

I am currently the Librarian for the College of Medicine at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus/the Arizona Health Sciences Library-Phoenix. We serve the students, faculty and staff of the University of Arizona College of Medicine in partnership with Arizona State University. Learn about this campus at: http://www.medicine.arizona.edu/

We are located at the corner of 5th Street and Van Buren across the street from the Arizona Center and the ASU Mercado. Please drop by if you are in the neighborhood!

Phoenix Biomedical Campus Libray

The Phoenix Biomedical Campus Library is in the NE corner of the 550 building.

I look forward to working with you.  My CV is here: Doyle CV 7Feb2010.

Jacque Doylejddoyle@email.arizona.edu phone 602 827 2031

THe AHSL-Phoenix blog is here:  http://ahslphoenix.wordpress.com/

At the 2008 annual meeting of the AAMC, I was part of a team that developed and displayed a poster entitled Librarians strengthening partnerships: ongoing collaborations with colleagues in medical and healthcare education. See it here:
aahsl_poster_aamc_20081008_finalks2.

At the Joint Chapter Meeting in Glendale, AZ, we presented a paper about the Phoenix AHSL-PBCL Vision 20100215 rev.

About Me

About Me

2 Responses to “About the Phoenix Liaison to SIRLS”

  1. cwoodisr said

    Jacque, this is Candita Woodis. I am creating a blog for my students and I want to create one of these “leave a Reply” box, like you have. Could you please tell me how to do it, thanks.

  2. jdondoyle said

    Hi, Candita! It depends on what blogging software you use. in WordPress it is called “allow comments” and you justhave to turn it on during your set up. Does that help? Call if not! J

 
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