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Margaret Hoogland, MLS, AHIP

 Photo Margaret Hoogland

Assistant Professor, Clinical Medical Librarian
Office: 419-383-4214
FAX: 419-383-6146
margaret.hoogland@utoledo.edu

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Education

  • Bachelor of Arts in History (minor in German), Washington University in St. Louis, May 2006
  • Masters in Library Science, University of Maryland College Park, December 2007
  • National Library of Medicine Biomedical Informatics Training Program, September 2014

Experience

Margaret was hired in July 2016 as the Clinical Medical Librarian and Liaison for the College of Medicine and Life Sciences. Previously, she worked in academic, corporate, hospital, and association library settings.  She brings a well-rounded perspective, enjoys learning new skills, and meeting new people.

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

Papers
  • Hoogland MA. Using iBooks author to improve learning and interactivity. MLA News, 2014; 54(3):15
Presentations
  • Hoogland MA. Liaison’s role. Panel presentation at: 2017 Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Conference, May 25-31, 2017; Seattle, WA
  • Smith MK, Line D, Hoogland MA. Social media: The talking stick. Presented at: Tribal Connections Group, October 19, 2015
  • Smith MK, Line D, Hoogland MA. Water scarcity: an emergency preparedness issue in rural U.S.-Mexico border region. Presented at: 38th National Rural Health Conference, April 15-17, 2015; Philadelphia, PA
  • Smith MK, Line D, Hoogland MA. Social media as a public health education tool: reaching rural populations. Presented at: 38th National Rural Health Conference, April 15-17, 2015; Philadelphia, PA
  • Hoogland MA. Fostering classroom interaction. Presented at: 13th Annual MOBIUS Conference, June 1-3, 2013; Jefferson City, MO
Posters
  • Hoogland MA. Using clinical apps to access and to decipher information: a pilot study. Poster presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Conference, May 25-31, 2017; Seattle, WA. http://utdr.utoledo.edu/library-research/17/
  • Hoogland MA, Love AS.  Connecting kids and health information via community partnerships. Presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Conference, May 14-18, 2016
  • Blevins A, Hoogland MA, Harris R, Knapp M. Tais-toi and do it! A free webinar case study. Presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Conference, May 14-18, 2016.
  • Hoogland MA, Schubert CF. Distance support services: defining, discussing, and determining future roles. Presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting and Conference, May 16-21, 2014. http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/letfspubs/14/
Grants
  • 2015-2016 National Networks of Library of Medicine K-12 Partnerships Program for “Connecting Kids and Health Information via Community Partnerships.” 

University/Professional Service

  • University Libraries Faculty Affairs Committee 2017-Present
  • Educational Media Technologies Section Officer, Medical Library Association, 2017-2020
  • University Libraries Assessment Committee, 2016-Present
  • Research Section Community Manager, Medical Library Association, 2016-Present

Professional Organizations:

  • Michigan Health Sciences Library Association 2017-Present
  • Medical Library Association, 2007-Present
  • Midwest Chapter of MLA, 2016-Present
  • Academic Library Association of Ohio, 2016-Present
Last Updated: 8/25/17