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Section of Library and Information Science 

The Section of Library and Information Science supports librarians and information professionals who directly serve or are affiliated with colleges or schools of pharmacy. The section publishes Basic Resource for Pharmacy Education and Core Journals List as guides for those developing or maintaining the library collections that serve colleges or schools of pharmacy. Topics of interest to section members include: drug information, informatics, information literacy, information technology, scholarly communication and publishing, teaching technologies and methods, biomedical literature evaluation and etc.

Leadership

Jean A. Waldrop (Harding University) Chair
Christina M. Seeger (University of the Incarnate Word) Chair-elect
Hannah K. Rogers (Mercer University) Secretary

Mission Statement

The Section of Library and Information Science of the Association was established to support librarians and information professionals who directly serve or are affiliated with colleges or schools of pharmacy or branches thereof.

  1. To provide a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and techniques in our own fields as these relate to the various disciplines of pharmacy taught in colleges and schools providing undergraduate, professional, graduate, and post graduate pharmacy education, and to improve access to and delivery of information for members of the colleges or schools of pharmacy.
  2. To plan and implement programs and projects of benefit to member colleges and schools, to pharmacy education in general and to section members in order to improve access to and delivery of information services, educational resources and professional advancement.
  3. To make recommendations to the Association that foster the development of competencies in information management and research for students enrolled in member colleges and schools.
  4. To support pharmacy education by advocating for libraries and information centers of all kinds, both within and outside of the member colleges and schools.

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