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Midday at the Oasis

Midday at the Oasis is a webinar series presented by the Pacific Southwest Region of NNLM on various topics of interest such as NLM resources, new trends in health care and librarianship, data management and other topics.  View recordings below or visit the Midday at the Oasis YouTube Playlist for a full list of past presentations!

Click to open Good Design for Data Visualization

Good Design for Data Visualization

This webinar covers the basic principles of chart design and describe the process for developing a chart to help you communicate dense amounts of information quickly and effectively.

POSTED ON: Feb 15, 2017

Click to open NLM Drug Information Services

NLM Drug Information Services

NLM Rx-pert, Patrick McLaughlin, explores the various NLM drug information resources.

POSTED ON: Oct 19, 2016

Click to open Mapping Your Community's Health

Mapping Your Community's Health

Speakers talk about the Community Health Maps blog for Information on low cost mapping tools for community-based organizations.

POSTED ON: Aug 17, 2016

Click to open Entrustable Professional Activities

Entrustable Professional Activities

This webinar gives an introduction to entrustable professional activities (EPA's) & also covers competency based medical education.

POSTED ON: Jul 20, 2016

Click to open Evidence-based Public Health Preparedness Information

Evidence-based Public Health Preparedness Information

This session describes ways to locate evidence-based and other high quality information resources essential to public health preparedness and disaster response.

POSTED ON: Jun 22, 2016

Click to open What is Data Visualization and why should a librarian care?!

What is Data Visualization and why should a librarian care?!

Jackie Wirz discusses the basic principles of good visual design and that data can be engaging when presented with clarity and style.

POSTED ON: Mar 18, 2016

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