Inaugural Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries Symposium 2021 (MIRL21)
Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 12:00pm-5:00pm EST
Free virtual event

The Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL) Symposium planning committee would like to thank all presenters and attendees who participated in the 2021 inaugural symposium!

Questions about the event can be directed to Brenda Fay, Librarian Specialist at Advocate Aurora Health.

MIRL 2021 planning group members:

  • Brenda Fay (Advocate Aurora Health)
  • Sara Hoover (Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, George Washington University)
  • Ramune Kubilius (Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
  • Steven Moore (Henry Ford Health System)
  • Lisa Palmer (Lamar Soutter Library, University of Massachusetts Medical School)
  • Gayle Williams (Henry Ford Health System)

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2021
Wednesday, November 17th
12:00 PM

Conference Program: Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries 2021 (MIRL 2021)

Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries

12:00 PM

Opening Remarks

Brenda Fay, Advocate Aurora Health

12:00 PM

12:05 PM

Keynote Presentation: A CAPTivating Future: The vital need for curation, access, preservation, and transparency in scientific communications

Kathryn Funk, US National Library of Medicine

12:05 PM

12:55 PM

Online Academic Days: Using the IR to Showcase Student and Resident Scholarly Activity During a Pandemic

Leanna Stager, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell Health
Stacy Posillico, Northwell Health

12:55 PM

Riding the Wave: Getting Faculty on Board with the IR During the Pandemic

Jennifer M. Langford, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Randall Watts, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

12:55 PM

Using the IR to Rapidly Respond to COVID-19

Kelsey Duinkerken, Thomas Jefferson University

12:55 PM

1:25 PM

Digitizing the Accolades: Documenting Institutional Research Impact with a Video Time-Capsule

Jeanette Aprile, New York Medical College

1:25 PM

Finding Our Stride – A Health System Repository 4 Years In / “Providence Patents – Using an Institutional Repository to Promote Technology Transfer

Heather J. Martin, Providence
Amanda Schwartz, Providence

1:25 PM

Going Beyond the IR: Using Content-Specific Platforms and Targeted Outreach to Provide Integrated Access to a Medical School’s Education Scholarship

Brandon T. Pieczko, Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University School of Medicine
Hannah J. Craven, Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University School of Medicine

1:25 PM

‘Open-ish Access’ and Collaborative Solutions for Sensitive Information: the University of New Mexico’s Native Health Database

Jonathan Pringle, University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Library

1:25 PM

1:55 PM

A New Partnership: An Institutional Repository and a Systematic Review Search Deposit Service

Stephanie Roth, Temple University, Ginsburg Health Sciences Library
Will Dean, Temple University, Ginsburg Health Sciences Library

1:55 PM

2:25 PM

Community-driven Repository Infrastructure Programs at LYRASIS—an Overview

Paolo P. Gujilde, LYRASIS
Sheila Rabun, LYRASIS
Hannah Rosen, LYRASIS

2:25 PM

Digital Commons: Grow the Reputation of Your Healthcare Network’s Expertise by Expanding the Reach of Your Scientific & Scholarly Output

John Frana, Elsevier

2:25 PM

Figshare Repositories: New Data-Sharing Features for Researchers and Librarians

Andrew Mckenna-Foster, Figshare

2:25 PM

Next Generation Research Information Hub: Esploro Smart Harvesting in 2021—Enabling Comprehensive, Accurate, and Automated Coverage of Your Scholarly Assets and Expertise

Dave Stout, Ex Libris

2:25 PM

2:55 PM

Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal (1953-1992): Modernizing Historical Research

JoAnn Krzeminski, Henry Ford Health System
Steven Moore, Henry Ford Health System
Julia Pope, Henry Ford Health System

2:55 PM

Publishing Partnership: Facilitating Open Access through Libraries Collaboration with Clinical Departments

Jessica Petrey, University of Louisville
Sarah Frankel, University of Louisville
Rachel Howard, University of Louisville

2:55 PM

Undertaking a Digital Collection Platform Evaluation at a Health Sciences Library

Pamela Pierce, Oregon Health & Science University
Steve Duckworth, Oregon Health & Science University
Marijane White, Oregon Health & Science University

2:55 PM

When Mergers Happen: Doubling Your Institutional Repository’s Scope Overnight

Jennifer Deal, Advocate Aurora Health
Karen Hanus, Advocate Aurora Health

2:55 PM

3:55 PM

A Scholarly Publishing Opportunity for Residents and Fellows

Heather Brown, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Kari Nelson, University of Nebraska Medical Center

3:55 PM

Building a Unique Collection through Collaboration

Patricia Hinegardner, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Na Lin, University of Maryland, Baltimore

3:55 PM

Data Catalogs, Metadata, and Data Discovery: How data catalogs extend and enhance the IR ecosystem

Anthony Dellureficio, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

3:55 PM

Development of an Archive at Monmouth Medical Center

Frederic Pachman, Monmouth Medical Center

3:55 PM

Grass Roots Efforts to Find Champions for SHARE

Heather Steel, Children's Mercy Kansas City

3:55 PM

Individual Authorship Reports

Sarah Ellsworth, Parkview Health

3:55 PM

Manuscript Repository to Support Rigor in DNP Scholarship

Marina Cuneo, University of San Francisco
Claire Sharifi, University of San Francisco
Jo Ann Loomis, University of San Francisco

3:55 PM

Open Educational Resources Within Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine: Assessing the Needs and Developing a Repository Framework

Kyle Robinson, California Health Sciences University
Joanne Muellenbach, California Health Sciences University

3:55 PM

Re-envisioning the Virginia Journal of Public Health: Leveraging the Institutional Repository for Publishing Success

Mark Lane, James Madison University
Maria DeValpine, James Madison University
Rebecca Kruse, James Madison University
Carolyn Schubert, James Madison University

3:55 PM

Reports, Infographics, Policy Briefs, and More: Marketing an IR to Creators of Grey Literature at UIC

Rosie Hanneke, University of Illinois-Chicago
Janet Swatscheno, University of Illinois-Chicago

3:55 PM

5:05 PM

Closing Remarks

Brenda Fay, Advocate Aurora Health

5:05 PM

Thursday, November 18th
12:00 AM

De-identified Post-conference Survey Results

MIRL 2021

12:00 AM

2022
Friday, February 25th
12:00 AM

Wistia MIRL Playlist Video Streaming Data: February 25, 2022

MIRL 2021

12:00 AM