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Making Sense of COVID-19 Information Online

New information about the COVID-19 coronavirus and vaccines is being shared every day. How do we make sense of this information? How do we understand new scientific data and changing government policies? This workshop will give an overview of how scientific information is developed and shared, and how we can look beyond the political spin to the underlying scientific data. We will discuss resources and techniques for making sense of the wide range of publicly accessible COVID-19 information as students, as researchers, and as citizens. 

Related LibGuide: COVID-19 Resource Guide by Dianna Sachs

Date:
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Time:
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location:
Online (event link will be sent in registration confirmation email)
Presenter:
Carrie Leatherman & Dianna Sachs
Audience:
  Open to the Public     Students - High School     Students - Registered     Students - Undergraduate  
Categories:
  Science & Engineering  

Registration is required. There are 14 seats available.