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Learning Oppoportunity: Inclusion and Accessibility in the Digital Age (A short course)

Posted by on March 15th, 2023 Posted in: Blog


 

Our NNLM partner offices at the National Center for Data Services (NCDS) and other Regional Medical Libraries are collaborating in a four-session course on Inclusion and Accessibility in the Data Age.

All 4 sessions will be held across 4 Mondays in April @ 11PT/12MT/1CT/2ET (90 minutes each).

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Each class is 90 minutes, sessions will cover:

  1. Global-Scale Data Inclusivity (April 3, 2023)
  2. Inclusive Data Governance (April 10, 2023)
  3. Digital and Data Accessibility (April 17, 2023)
  4. Accessible Data Reporting & Visualization (April 24, 2023)

Due to limited space, please only register if you can commit to all 4 sessions. Your one registration will enlist you in all 4 sessions.

The NNLM National Center for Data Services is partnering with Regions 1, 2, and 4 to deliver this short course.

For more information on course content, instructors, and registration, go to the NNLM Training page for this course.

NCDS works towards the goal of accelerating discovery and advance health by building a workforce and providing the tools for data-driven research and healthcare.  NCDS  develops capacity for data services in the health information community and joins NNLM in building the workforce focusing  on knowledge application through courses, coaching, and opportunities to practice learned skills. Find out more about NCDS.

 

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