Registration Open for NNLM “Food for Thought: Exploring Nutrition Information Resources” CourseJune 13, 2017
(via Elizabeth Kiscaden, Associate Director for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Greater Midwest Region)
Are you interested in learning about resources for nutrition information? Are you unfamiliar with PubAg, FoodSafety.gov, Nutrition.gov, and interested in learning to use these resources? Now’s your opportunity! “Food for Thought: Exploring Nutrition Information Resources” will be co-hosted by myself and Kay Deeney, an experienced NNLM coordinator from the Pacific Southwest Region. This class consists of two live webinars and wrap-around activities hosted in Moodle, NNLM’s online learning platform. The class will run from Monday, July 3, to Monday, July 31, and the two live webinars will be take place on Tuesday, July 11 (1:00 PM CST) and Tuesday, July 25 (1:00 PM CST).
For a complete list of topics covered in the course and to register, please go here. The successfully-completed course qualifies for 4.0 contact hours of Medical Library Association continuing education credit, and qualifies towards MLA’s Consumer Health Information Specialization. Due to the interactive nature of the class, registration is limited, so act now!