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Narrative inquiry as assessment tool
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Portfolio process, mindmapping, and peer evaluation have been utilized in an introductory course of information studies since autumn 2001. The aims of applying these methods were to encourage students to think, to strengthen the social process of learning, and to help students to acquire a general idea of the multifaceted field of information studies. This paper describes the working methods used, the participants’ experiences of the course, and the feedback provided by the students. Administrators', Teachers’, and Media Specialists’ Perceptions of the Roles of Media Specialists in the Schools’ ...
A Communities of Practice (CoPs) approach was used to enhance interprofessional practice in seven clinical sites across Alberta. Participating staff were free to decide the area of practice to focus on and the actions to be implemented. All practice changes implemented by the CoPs related to either improving communications (e.g., introduction of joint care meetings) or information transfer (e.g., streamlining of admission and discharge processes). The practice changes contributed to more effective communication of information and more effective transitions of patients between providers, ... Read More
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NARRATIVE INQUIRY AS ASSESSMENT TOOL
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- Webinar Handouts: "Part A FISS Basic Part 1: Inquiries" - October ...