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Updated 29 Aug 2018 Course Description Health sciences librarians are invited to participate in a rigorous online biomedical and health research data management training course, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office (NTO). The course provides basic knowledge and skills for librarians interested in… Read More »
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Here are a few interesting things we’ve been reading in the last few weeks: #DitchTheSurvey: Expanding Methodological Diversity in LIS Research, a blog post on In the Library with the Lead Pipe. Flipping the classroom to teach systematic reviews: the development of a continuing education course for librarians, in the April issue of Journal of… Read More »
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Did you know that you can view our tutorials and recordings at any time that’s convenient for you? If you have a few extra minutes, check out one of our self-paced tutorials or recorded webinars to learn something new or brush up on one of your most-used resources. Here are a few you might take… Read More »
Take a minute and think of a story that inspired you. Maybe it changed your mind about something, spurred you to action, or just made you think. Don’t you hope your classes do the same for students? We often hear about the importance of using stories to in classes to engage students and improve understanding, but… Read More »