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PBL in the library: Implementing PBL into one-shot Nursing Information Literacy Sessions

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Prenentation given at FACiLiTATE in Trinity College Dublin, 26-27 May 2011 on using problem-based learning in Information Literacy Instruction.

Prenentation given at FACiLiTATE in Trinity College Dublin, 26-27 May 2011 on using problem-based learning in Information Literacy Instruction.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Information Literacy
    Problem-Based Learning
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  • 13. FFinal Year Nursing ‘Pilot’inal Year Nursing ‘Pilot’
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  • 15. Psychiatric
    Jane has been diagnosed with post-natal depression. Her doctor prescribes medication but she and her husband are interested in finding out about alternative therapies.
    Your Task: Using the range of databases on offer, locate some journal papers that look at all aspects of the issue. You will work on this with your team and report back to the overall group.
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  • 20. A simple understandable breakdown of research methods.
    I’m now more confident. The session was really important for me.
    Very useful in assuring students of their abilities.
    Beneficial for me for my final year.