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Twitter has been growing in popularity (although not as a money-making venture), and is one of the most used social media tools. While many still use it to connect with friends, follow the antics of celebrities, and keep up with family members, the use of Twitter as an educational tool has also been emerging for… Read More »
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Our digital worlds are inundated with misinformation, data manipulations and outright lies. In this webinar session, we will look at common pitfalls specifically around information visualization. Our presenter, Jevin West, will have us examine different ways that information can be misrepresented with figures and graphs. “Calling BS in the Age of Big Data” will build… Read More »
Change is always happening and MLA is no different. Those of you who have been taking our NNLM courses or webinars for MLA CE credit may have noticed a change in obtaining CE credit. MEDLIB-ED is now MLA’s new learning platform for health information professionals. Here you can go for MLA webinars, trainings, and online… Read More »
Summer can be a chance to catch up on some continuing education. The PNR has two classes coming up in August. Each class qualifies for both Medical Library Association CE credit as well as for Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS). Class: From A(norexia) to Z(its): Providing Health Information to Teens Those who work with teens… Read More »
We have 3 upcoming webinars in the month of July highlighting funded projects, learning about data services, and featuring the NLM resource- PubMed Health. We hope you can join us for the live sessions but they will be recorded. PNR Partners Considering future projects for your library? Unsure what to do? Come join us on… Read More »