Breezing Along with the RML
Topic: K-12 School Partnership Projects & Community-Based Organizations iPad Projects
Wednesday – April 20, 2016
10-11:00A Mountain Time/11-12:00P Central Time
Successfully moving an initiative forward or to another level may mean involving others outside one’s institution or integrating new technologies. Collaborations can be challenging, and technology can be frustrating, but not always! In this Breezing Along with the RML session, hear from several recipients of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, MidContinental Regions’ K-12 School Partnership Funding and the Community-Based iPad Project on how they busted barriers and what they learned along the way.
Who should attend?
- Anyone interested in collaboration.
- Anyone interested in integrating mobile technology.
- Anyone interested in learning about upcoming funding opportunities.
Registration is not required. For login instructions, visit: http://nnlm.gov/mcr/education/breezing. Captioning will be provided, and the session will be recorded and posted to our website. Send questions to email@example.com
Discover National Library of Medicine Resources and More
Topic: Resources for Community Colleges
Wednesday – April 27, 2016
1-2:00P Mountain Time/2-3:00P Central Time
Did you know that 1 out of 14 people with a bachelor’s degree attend community college seeking new careers, especially in health care? Community colleges offer numerous degrees and certificate programs in nursing and allied health, and work closely with high schools to encourage students to pursue careers in health care. In this session, you will learn about evidence-based health information resources from the National Library of Medicine that can support health and science curriculums, including the areas of biology, biomedical and life sciences, and public health.
Who should attend?
- Anyone who works with community college students in the areas of health and science.
- Anyone who works with high schools students preparing for a health care career.
- Anyone who interested in knowing about these great resources.
Registration is not required. Captioning will be provided, and the webinar will be recorded and posted to our website. For login instructions, visit: http://nnlm.gov/mcr/education/discover. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.