Table 4 Levels of evidence and evaluation of resources Looking for empirical evidence is enhanced when the skills needed to effectively access and search the literature are introduced early in the nursing curriculum and are integrated into each nursing course. Important resources to provide students include orientation to library services; contact information for the designated reference librarian for their college or school of nursing and medical center; introduction to commonly used online databases, such as PubMed; and strategies for effective literature searches. Accessing and retrieving information to promote EBP is best accomplished when active, hands-on experiences that encourage critical appraisal are provided as part of the learning process.
Tuesday, March 20,9: Join a cohort of public libraries interested in implementing Project Outcome to drive change, influence decision making, and demonstrate the impact of their programs and services.
Planning is a powerful tool that will guide your library to prioritize and revitalize while increasing impact, community support, and staff engagement.
This preconference will engage dialogue and activities to build skills and organizational capacity to address institutionalized racism and oppression.
Participants will explore our identities to understand how power and privilege operate interpersonally and institutionally; learn how oppression shows up in our communities and libraries; study historical and contemporary social movements that model equitable and anti-oppressive spaces; and develop action plans to advance equity work in your organization.
Health and Wellness Services for Your Community Health information is the number two most searched for information online. Participants will learn about core reference and other materials, tips for helping library users evaluate health materials, and an action plan to put your new expertise to work.
Bringing Social Work Services into Your Public Library Over the last several years, many public libraries have hired social workers to address the needs of customers experiencing life challenges. In this session, four social workers with a combined thirteen years experience working in public libraries will discuss best practices, challenges, and how their libraries have integrated a social service program into their systems.
Presenters will work with participants to develop a blueprint for how they can bring social work into their library system. What could we learn from connecting outside our own regions and learning together? Part spin on the traditional travelogue, full of photographs and details, and part hands-on design thinking workshop and brainstorming session, we will take a multi-country view on what is happening in libraries around the world, from the perspective of two director-level librarians deeply concerned with service design and delivery.
Barbara McGary, James V. Using deadpan library humor, this preconference will turn participants into players working together to solve the mystery of successful collaborative impact models. As you scavenge for resources, unlock data sharing agreements, cipher shared collections, and decode collaborative impact models, the nature of how these collaborations work will be demystified.
Dismantling Institutional Racism in Public Libraries How do you create concrete, meaningful, and lasting change to transform your library into an inclusive institution? Participants will formulate strategies for creating institutional change. It has also become a testing ground for new services: An online version of this concurrent program session was also presented during the PLA Virtual Conference.
Building Community with Hands-on Learning Learn how to develop, facilitate, and evaluate a maker program that fosters community building in this Making Justice workshop! Diverse participants — including court-involved and at-risk teens; local artists, activists and educators; and university students — bridge cultural, technological and neighborhood divides as they collaborate on written, audio, visual, performance and life-skills projects.
Making It Possible is Not Impossible Librarians are obtaining a credential from the Department of Justice to provide immigration services outreach, screenings, and referrals.
Several use the credential to provide direct assistance to those applying for immigration relief. Join us for a panel discussion of how libraries in California are leading the way in providing immigration services.
RIE is a parenting philosophy espoused by Magda Gerber. With a wonderful focus on respect for an infant, it's surprising that some people still feel "off" about the theory as a whole. This is my take on the problems within RIE and why I find it "lacking". The paleo diet and Primal Blueprint way of eating (a.k.a. Primal) are both based on similar evolutionary science. The story goes something like this. Our. Writing a teaching philosophy: An evidence-based approach F ull-time faculty members seeking Step 4—Provide evidence based on educational theory. In the fourth step of the process, the educator further postdoctoral fellows write statements of teaching philosophy. Adv Physiol Educ. ; 4. Leinum CJ, Trapskin PJ.
Learn about how these libraries are addressing a community need and what steps have been necessary in order for them to provide these services. Concurrent Program Session Medium interaction example: Opportunities for Increasing Early Brain and Language Development Everyday interactions such as talking, reading, and singing strengthen early brain development.
SimplyE makes the experience simpler for patrons. The app creates a union catalog across four major e-book aggregators, while hiding the aggravation of DRM behind a simple library card log in.
Fundamentals for Support Staff Public libraries are guided by a clear, long-established set of core values, yet many public-facing staff have limited opportunities to explore these values and understand their application to daily service. This session will introduce the course content and workshop how participants can bring this approach to their own libraries.
This session will prepare you to harness the power of fandom to create equally popular and successful STEAM based programs, regardless of the size of your program, budget, or library. The first trip took place in and focused on libraries in Scotland and England.
Our international counterparts deal with many of the same staffing, funding, and community challenges, yet we rarely take the opportunity to connect with them. Discover the unique initiatives taking place in British libraries and how to build your own connections with international libraries.
They soon realized that while a pledge is important, it needs to be fully realized in service delivery — from staff name tags to the size of service desks.
CHPL leaders offer an open and honest look at the struggles and successes in their ongoing effort to both imagine and engineer truly delightful customer service. Join us in examining ways to navigate the evolution of our work, using data to focus in on who exactly our patrons are and what they want most; learning to balance budgets and record loads when moving to pay-per-use or patron driven acquisitions models while inspiring staff.JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
The step-by-step approach to evidence-based practice proposed by Melnyk and colleagues provides an excellent organizing framework for teaching strategies specifically designed to facilitate nurses’ knowledge and skill development in evidence-based practice.
The paleo diet and Primal Blueprint way of eating (a.k.a. Primal) are both based on similar evolutionary science. The story goes something like this.
Our. Writing Your Teaching Philosophy: A Step-by-Step Approach (University of Minnesota) Tutorial on writing a teaching philosophy with resources to help you each step of the way, including reflective prompts, a teaching philosophy template, and three different rubrics for evaluating your statement.
Course Area: Not a general education course Designations: Formative Experiences, Upper Division Writing Competency Completion of an Honors in the Major Thesis will count for both Upper-Division Writing and Formative Experiences. This process normally takes two to three semesters, during which you will register for six to nine hours of .
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