This project brought the Association of College & Research Libraries’ workshop “Building your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work” to Spokane, Washington on
PNR Partners is an intermittent webinar series showcasing the work of our funding recipients.Each session includes two awardees highlighting their funded projects. Through hearing the inspiration, the challenges and successes, and the stories surrounding these projects, we hope our listeners will be inspired to create their own projects and apply for PNR funding. These funded projects have provided a much needed service in the Pacific Northwest communities.
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Ginger Kwan, Executive Director for Open Doors for Multicultural Families will present about the demonstration videos created to assist immigrant families of children with special health care needs
Basia Delawska-Elliott, Providence Health & Services where she worked to develop a variety of training formats for hospital staff in a newly reorganized hospital system and Robin Champieux of O
Andrea Ball and Joanne Rich, librarians at the University of Washington Health Sciences Library, will present about recording interviews and lectures and creating interactive modules to expand the