RML Rendezvous

MLA Course
Listing Archived: Wednesday, December 31, 1969

Primary contact information...
National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region (NN/LM PNR)
University of Washington Health Sciences Library
Box 357155
Seattle WA , 98195
United States
Carolyn Martin is the primary contact.
Phone: 206-221-3449
Fax: 206-543-2469
Resource URL: https://nnlm.gov/classes/pnr-rendezvous
Region: Pacific Northwest

Description: RML Rendezvous is a monthly webcast series presented by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region(NN/LM PNR) coordinators and guest speakers. Each month a different topic, which may include one or more databases from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and other resources of interest to those serving health information needs, is highlighted. Each session includes objectives, assessment questions, and evaluation following the presentation. All sessions are presented as online webcasts using Adobe Connect, allowing for live phone conversation and online chat. Topics in 2016 include: Library Leadership, Patients and Social Media, Precision Medicine and the Volunteer Cohort, Social Media in Libraries, NLM Harry Potter Traveling Exhibit, NLM K-12 Resources, Engaging Public Libraries in Community Health, PubMed for Nurses, LGBT Health, an Integrated EBM Instructional Model. All sessions are recorded with closed captioning and archived at http://nnlm.gov/pnr/training/RMLrendezvous.html

Experience Level: Beginning Plus
CE Contact Hours: 1
Professional Competencies: Health Sciences Information Services, Information Systems and Technology, Research + Analysis and Interpretation
Subject: Assessment/Evaluation, Consumer Health, Disaster Preparedness, Electronic Resources, Evidence Based Health Care, Expert Searching, Health Care Informatics, NLM Databases, Outreach/Advocacy, Publishing, Reference Resources & Services, Research, Subject Specific Resources, Teaching/Instruction, Technology/Systems
Course Type: e-Learning, RML Offerings


Each session varies in agenda, but begins with objectives, a presentation, assessment questions via in-chat polls, discussion, and concluding with evaluation of the webcast. All presentations are 60 minutes in length. 

The instructional methods used include Lecture, Demonstration, Slides, Discussion, Dialog, and Brainstorming.

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