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Meeting the Challenge of "The New Biology" for College Libraries and Librarians in the Post-genomic era CNIF—27. Frederick Stoss American Chemical Society National Meeting This One is Just Right! Information Resources for Small Colleges Division of Chemical Information March 26, 2007.
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American Chemical Society National Meeting
This One is Just Right! Information Resources for Small CollegesDivision of Chemical Information
March 26, 2007
Sequencing the Human Genome was one of the greatest scientific achievements in history. The results unleashed a wave of research in molecular and structural biology giving rise to "The New Biology" of genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, systems biology. Research universities have larger budgets than colleges to support libraries addressing these new endeavors. Four-year liberal arts colleges often serve as academic incubators for incoming cohorts of students into Masters and Doctoral programs at larger universities and must adequately prepare these undergraduates. This presentation provides insights for college librarians to access the new generation of genomic databases, describes development of essential monograph and journal particularly among the life, physical, and computational sciences. collections, addresses reference services and librarian expertise in these subjects, and describes roles college librarians can play in innovative librarian-faculty collaborations. The later aspect of this presentation will outline various strategies for library and librarian outreach to college faculties and students, particularly among the life, physical, and computational sciences.
Biology & Life Sciences Chemistry
Biochemistry & Medicine Medicinal/Pharmacy
Cell Biology & Physiology Instrumentation
Molecular & Structural Biology/Genetics
Genomics, Pharmacogenomics, Toxicogenomics, etc.Biotechnology Laboratory Automation
Informational Molecular Biology, Chemical Biology, Robitics
Computational Biology, Systems Biology
Mathematics & StatisticsComputer Science
Simulations and Modeling
Uses: Education, Business & Management, Policies & Regulations, R&D Data Archives
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121 ggcggctggg ccgggagagg ctggcgcgcc gggcggctcc gcgaatcctc cggcatccgc
181 cccggcgggc cgcccccgcc cgcggcagcc ccccgagcag tggcccggca tcggcgcctt
241 cccggcgggc aagagtgagc catggagcta cgtgtgggga acaagtaccg cctgggacgg
301 aagatcggga gcgggtcctt cggagatatc tacctgggtg ccaacatcgc ctctggtgag
361 gaagtcgcca tcaagctgga gtgtgtgaag acaaagcacc cccagctgca catcgagagc
421 aagttctaca agatgatgca gggtggcgtg gggatcccgt ccatcaagtg gtgcggagct
481 gagggcgact acaacgtgat ggtcatggag ctgctggggc ctagcctcga ggacctgttc
541 aacttctgtt cccgcaaatt cagcctcaag acggtgctgc tcttggccga ccagatgatc
601 agccgcatcg agtatatcca ctccaagaac ttcatccacc gggacgtcaa gcccgacaac
661 ttcctcatgg ggctggggaa gaagggcaac ctggtctaca tcatcgactt cggcctggcc
721 aagaagtacc gggacgcccg cacccaccag cacattccct accgggaaaa caagaacctg
781 accggcacgg cccgctacgc ttccatcaac acgcacctgg gcattgagca aagccgtcga
841 gatgacctgg agagcctggg ctacgtgctc atgtacttca acctgggctc cctgccctgg
901 caggggctca aagcagccac caagcgccag aagtatgaac ggatcagcga gaagaagatg
Cambridge Health Institute
WWW Virtual Library: Biotechnology
WWW Virtual Library: Genetics
(became “Database Issue” 2004)
Foster critical thinking skills
Literature → data searching skillsLibrarian/Faculty Collaborations
"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning."