Category Archives: Continuing Education

¿Qué son los trastornos gastrointestinales?

El sistema digestivo está formado por el tracto gastrointestinal, el hígado, el páncreas, y la vesícula biliar y ayuda al cuerpo a digerir los alimentos. La digestión es importante para descomponer los alimentos en nutrientes, que el cuerpo usa para … Continue reading

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Follow Along – Keeping Up with the NIDILRR Grantee Community

As you may know, NARIC serves as the library and dissemination center for the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). We spend a lot of time following the 300+ active NIDILRR grantees to collect their research … Continue reading

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Siguiendo los pasos – Mantenerse al día con la comunidad de concesionarios de NIDILRR

Como ya debe saber, NARIC actúa como biblioteca y centro de difusión para el Instituto Nacional sobre la Investigación de Discapacidad, Vida Independiente, y Rehabilitación (NIDILRR, por sus siglas en inglés). Pasamos mucho tiempo siguiendo a los más de 300 … Continue reading

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Research in Brief: Research Designs

In 2016 we began the Research In Focus series, highlighting new and interesting findings from NIDILRR-funded studies, presented in a reader-friendly format. As a follow up, we offer our occasional series Research In Brief, where we break down some of … Continue reading

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Resumen de Investigación: Diseños de Investigación

En 2016, empezamos la serie Enfoque De Investigación, destacando hallazgos nuevos e interesantes financiados por NIDILRR, presentados en un formato fácil de leer. Como seguimiento, ofrecemos nuestra serie ocasional Resumen de Investigación, donde desglosamos algunos de los términos que usted … Continue reading

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Face Masks, Facial Coverings, and the ADA

 The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has changed life as we know in many ways. Safety measures such as social distancing, stay at home orders, and the wearing of face masks or cloth face coverings are now part of our daily … Continue reading

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Research In Brief: Stages of Publication

In 2016 we began the Research In Focus series, highlighting new and interesting findings from NIDILRR-funded studies, presented in a reader-friendly format. As a follow up, we offer our occasional series Research In Brief, where we break down some of … Continue reading

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Building a COVID-19 Literature Collection with a Disability Focus

As we wrap up National Library Week, we are taking a look at what it takes to maintain a library collection that is relevant, responsive, and reliable. Natalie Collier, our acquisitions manager, shares what we’re doing to track and add … Continue reading

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Desarrollando una colección de la literatura sobre COVID-19 con un enfoque en la discapacidad

A medida que concluimos la Semana Nacional de la Biblioteca (en inglés), estamos observando lo que se necesita para mantener una colección de la biblioteca que sea relevante, receptiva, y confiable. Natalie Collier, nuestra gerente de adquisiciones comparte lo que … Continue reading

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Research In Brief: Publication Types

What’s the difference between a research article, a conference poster/paper, and a review article? Research In Brief breaks it down. Continue reading

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