Friday, February 5, 2010

PL 4B/10: Summer statistics

Filed under: graphics, LATINA — plinius @ 2:41 pm

LATINA is a summer course for teachers, librarians and students who want to work easily and fluently on the web.

At the course, each participant develops her or his own project, which is presented and discussed during the third week. This year one of the topics is evidence-based practice. We will use library and educational statistics as a case. This topic could also be developed into an individual project.

The “evidence movement” started in medicine, but has become an important influence in many other professional fields, like teaching, nursing, social work and librarianship.

If you are interested in the practical use of statistics – for management, planning and promotion – we encourage you to take a look at the LATINA programme – and the slide show from last year.



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