Category Archives: information literacy - p2
Using the teach-back method is an excellent way to make sure you’ve gotten your information across, whether to students in the library, or patients in a clinical setting.
Recent Harvard study looks at the information-seeking behaviors of youth ages 18 and under, finding that context and demographics also play a critical role.
Discussion of recently published article on information literacy instruction by medical libraries, and an example from our own library.
Story demonstrating the importance of health literacy with regards to patients and their prescriptions, and resources to assist pharmacists with this challenge.
A favorable article from a newspaper’s website does not mean a new site for medical information is of sufficient quality to be relied upon.
The concept and practice of health literacy appears to be moving from the margins to the mainstream, thanks in part to three recent major policy initiatives at the federal level.
One UK newspaper is teaching digital literacy online and live, boosting a critical aspect of young students’ information literacy.
Low health literacy knows no boundary — just watch this video.
As reported on PBS’s News Hour, a four-year-old program known as the News Literacy Project is being taught “to middle and high school students in 21 inner-city and suburban schools in the Washington, D.C., area, New York City, and Chicago. With funding from “a combination of foundations, corporations and individuals,” it is designed to help […]
The Wednesday, December 7, 2011 Library and Information Technology Forum features Dave Adams, Manager, UIT Streaming Media Services at the University of Utah, talking about Using Kaltura for Online Video Publishing. Please join us in the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 1750 at 12:05-1:00 p.m. for this program. Program […]