Program Session

4 - Developing Competency-Based Data Literacy Instruction for Tiered Integration into Nursing Education

Tuesday, May 30
3:50 PM - 4:05 PM
Room: 615

Objectives: Data literacy is an important training component for students planning a research career. Even students who don’t plan to follow a research career track need a basic understanding of how clinical data can be used in research. We developed competency-based DL instruction and leveraged relationships with the (redacted) School of Nursing to integrate this into the undergraduate and graduate curricula.

Methods: The primary goals for this project are to: 1) Identify key stakeholders and foster partnerships with faculty around DL. 2) Develop competency-based DL instruction. 3) integrate DL into curricula. 4) Assess instruction and resources.

At the start of the project, we gathered information, raised awareness of library expertise in DL, and identified partners by presenting at curriculum committee, departmental, and faculty meetings.

The next stage focused on program development, which included allocating resources and building content. We worked with faculty and students to develop a nursing-specific curriculum based on the Data Literacy Competencies developed by colleagues at (redacted).

The third stage addressed program implementation. Based on input from our stakeholders and partners, we delivered the information through various channels, e.g. workshops, curriculum-integrated instruction, and online tools.

For the final stage of this project, we will conduct assessments to refine our instruction and inform future programs.

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Keywords: data literacy, data management, nursing, curriculum, instruction, partnerships, competencies



Program Session

Kate Saylor

Health Sciences Informationist
Taubman Health Sciences Library
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Kate Saylor, MSI, is a health sciences informationist for the University of Michigan's Taubman Health Sciences Library. She works with the School of Nursing, School of Public Health's Health Behavior and Health Education department, and the Office of Public Health Practice. In addition to these schools and centers, she also supports the Academic and Clinical needs within the University of Michigan Health System's departments of Pediatrics and Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.

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Tyler Nix

National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow
University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library
Ann Arbor, MI

Tyler Nix, MSLS, is a second-year National Library of Medicine Associate Fellow at the University of Michigan's Taubman Health Sciences Library. His professional interests include research impact assessment and data managment and visualization.

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Marisa Conte

Assistant Director, Research and Informatics
Taubman Health Sciences Library
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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