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Do you want to learn about how your user groups and communities find and use information? Do you want to gather evidence to demonstrate that your work is making a difference? Exciting news! You can work on these questions, and questions like them, June 16-26, 2014! The Institute for Research Design in Librarianship is a… Read More »
The 2nd Edition of the Planning and Evaluating Health Information Outreach Projects series of 3 booklets is now available online: Getting Started with Community-Based Outreach (Booklet 1) What’s new? More emphasis and background on the value of health information outreach, including its relationship to the Healthy People 2020 Health Communication and Health Information Technology topic… Read More »
“There’s probably a better way of doing this.” How many times have you muttered this statement while using Excel to analyze a database download or a spreadsheet of class evaluation data? Or maybe you would like to try your hand at some of the hot new trends in data visualization, such as data dashboards or infographics, but find… Read More »
An interesting study by clinicians of how clinicians use information resources has appeared in a recent issue of JAMA Internal Medicine: Cook DA; Sorensen KJ; Wilkinson JM; and Berger RA. “Barriers and decisions when answering clinical questions at the point of care: A grounded theory study.” JAMA Intern Med, published online August 26, 2013. [epub… Read More »
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