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Mar

25

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Why Tell Stories

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 »

Posted in: Instructional Design, Training Tips

Mar

18

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What We’re Reading: March Edition

Here are a few things that we’ve been reading lately. Now to get through the rest of the stack and bookmarks! “MOOCs 2.0: Scaling One-on-One Learning,” by Marcel Salathe in WIRED Magazine. A blog post on the ADDIE instructional design model by Paul in the Langevin Blog, “ADDIE is Still Going Strong.“ “Metropolis revisited: the… Read More »

Posted in: Instructional Design

Mar

11

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Improve Your Presentations: 10 Tips

Check out this TEDx video with Garr Reynolds from Presentation Zen for tips on improving your presentations with storytelling.  

Posted in: Blog

Mar

04

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Subject Filter Strategies Updated

PubMed has several Subject Filters that can be used for searching, and each year the filters are reviewed to determine if they need to be updated. This year, the following subject filters have been revised: Cancer Complementary Medicine Dietary Supplements Systematic Reviews Toxicology Veterinary Science You can find information on all of the filters, including links… Read More »

Posted in: PubMed

Feb

25

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Wanted: Your Stories

The National Library of Medicine is looking for your stories. Do you know any stories about people using NLM resources to find out something interesting, forge a new path, or improve their lives in a unique or dramatic way? Or, more simply, have you ever found just the right information at just the right time,… Read More »

Posted in: Blog

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