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About Alisha

Short Overview:

I graduated from FSU in 2008 with a Masters in Library Science and Information Studies. Previously I worked as a solo hospital librarian I with Columbus Regional Healthcare, Inc. I am now the Assistant Director for Public Services at Mercer University’s Medical Library in Macon, Ga. Post  are focused on subjects pertaining to the medical library fields and technology as it relates. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are not approved, reviewed, acknowledged nor do they represent those of my current, previous, or future employer(s).  All posts on this site are done independent of my job and on my off-time. All posts are my (Alisha Miles [Alisha764’s]) opinion and may or may not be supported by or reflect those of my employer. Basically the views on this site and others like it are my own and are my responsibility. The written comments are the opinions of readers and may or may not represent my views. Find out more about me on my LinkedIn page. You can also email me at:

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Disclosures:
I do not receive any financial support for this blog or any of the posts; therefore, any company, product, organization, or any item mentioned is an unbiased review/opinion and is not a paid review/opinion. If a sample or materials (be them funds, items or anything else worth any monetary amount) are provided then a full disclosure will be included in the post. Links to other sites are provided for information only — they do not constitute endorsements of those other sites.

Disclaimer:
Most of the posts on this blog pertain to technology, medical library topics (organization, databases, etc.) and other library topics; however, for the rare instances when I do post on a medical topic please note I am not a physician, nurse, therapist, or any other type of healthcare provider. I provide information only. The information provided herein should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Please consult your healthcare provider regarding medical questions or issues.

Privacy Policy:
I respect your privacy. If you email me directly it will be kept private unless you request it is posted in the comments section or in a post. Comments do require approval before being posted to remove any spam (spam comments are not tolerated and will be deleted). Please note by posting a comment you are agreeing to have it displayed on this website which is viewable to anyone. Additionally, please keep in mind comments from readers may or may not represent my views.

Copyright: 

I work very hard to honor other’s copyrighted material and request you do the same for me. If something on this blog was posted that is your original copyrighted work and you did not give permission (either via creative commons or any other arrangement) then I sincerely apologize and will remove it upon request. I ask the same from anyone linking, quoting, or borrowing from my website. You are allowed to link to, quote, or refer to any item on this website provided you credit the original author. Full posts cannot be reused, reposted, etc. without the explicit approval of the owner of this blog, me (Alisha Miles). Please contact me before reposting full length posts on your website, blog, or any other location. With all of this being said, I really do believe in open access provided credit is given where credit is due.

A Final Note:
The opinions expressed here are not approved, reviewed, acknowledged nor do they represent those of my current, previous, or future employer(s).  All posts on this blog are done independent of my job and on my off-time. Basically the views on this blog are my own and this blog is my responsibility. The above information is subject to change if it becomes necessary to add stricter legalese.

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