Loading…
Attending this event?

Delegates attending WILU 2019 are welcome to use Sched to create their own conference schedule, however registration for individual sessions is not available. Capacity for each session is based on available seats unless otherwise stated in the program.

Campus Maps
Eduroam Instructions
Guest Wifi: UW-GUEST | Username: WILU | Password: infolit

Wednesday, May 22 • 14:25 - 15:10
Starting the conversation: A 3-part series on comprehensive searching for knowledge syntheses

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

This program description shares insights from a 3-part workshop series that aims to equip health science students working on knowledge syntheses with the language and skills to have crucial conversations with their research teams about methods reporting and mitigating bias introduced through poor searches. We'll explain how focusing our information literacy instruction on the 'why' and 'to what end' improves how students perform comprehensive searches as well as the approach they take with their knowledge synthesis more broadly.

Speakers
EL

Erica Lenton

Faculty Liaison & Instruction Librarian, University of Toronto


Wednesday May 22, 2019 14:25 - 15:10
3M59 - Manitoba Hall

Attendees (14)