Sharing is caring: Creation of information literacy standards for the nursing community
Julie Planchon Wolf (UW-Bothell), Loree Hyde (OHSU), Sue Phelps (WSU-Vancouver)
To construct information literacy standards for nursing education, we embarked upon a process that resulted in the creation of three documents that will benefit the nursing community. This process can be translated into other disciplines and its consideration can enhance services provided in relation to the ACRL IL Competency Standards.
The well-rounded librarian: Understanding student development so we can better take care of our users
Ngoc-Yen Tran, Lizzy Cantor, Cassandra Eggert (U of Oregon)
Understanding our students better through development theories will help us to know more about them and how we can apply these theories to better care for our users. Come learn some student development theories and get ideas about how they can inform the work that we do at our libraries.
The healthy librarian: Cultivating wellness in the workplace
Patricia J. Devine (National Network of Libraries of Medicine)
What makes a health promoting workplace? This session will cover guiding principles for a healthy environment. At the end of the session, attendees will: know why workplace wellness matters, gain valuable information to enhance workplace wellness, and leave feeling rejuvenated with creative ideas to make your library a health promoting workplace.
Keep fit, bring Your kids, and yoga on
Jennifer Muilenburg, Heidi Nance, Patrick Osby, Barbara Petite (UW Libraries)
Wellness programs have been proven to help a workplace be happier and more productive. The University of Washington Libraries will talk about its yoga and walking programs, as well Bring Your Child to Work Day: the triumvirate of offerings in our inaugural Wellness Program.