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One of the more exciting recent trends in communicating about health care and medicine is that of “graphic medicine”. As Dr. Ian Williams, who coined the phrase, writes: “It has long been known that comics are “not just for kids”… comics and graphic novels [can] be used as a resource for health professionals, playing… Read More »
The next PNR Rendezvous webinar session, TRAILS and The Small but Powerful Guide – Management and Advocacy Toolkits for Rural, Native and Tribal Libraries, will introduce the American Library Association’s Rural, Native, and Tribal Libraries of All Kinds Committee’s (RNTLOAK) 2 newly revised toolkits, “TRAILS (Tribal Library Procedures Manual)” and “The Small but Powerful Guide… Read More »
Nicole Vasilevsky, Research Assistant Professor in the Ontology Development Group in the Oregon Health & Science University Library in Portland, Oregon, will be presenting about the development of online Open Educational Resources (OERs) that cover various topics in data science. These OERs can be used as ‘out of the box’ courses for students, or materials for educators to… Read More »
When: Thursday, April 13 starting at 1:00pm PT, Noon Alaska, 2:00pm MT Join us on Thursday to hear two NNLM PNR members speak about their wonderful work in the region with PNR funded support. Ginger Kwan, Executive Director for Open Doors for Multicultural Families will present about the demonstration videos created to assist immigrant families of children… Read More »
When: Wednesday March 15, 1:00pm PT, Noon Alaska, 2:00pm Mountain How to connect: https://nnlm.gov/class/retracted-articles-pubmed/6689 (no registration required) A lot can happen after work is published. Work can progress, leaving findings supported, out-of-date, or refuted. Others can have questions for the authors, or identify problems. The records of a range of these post-publication activities find their way into… Read More »