Finding the Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice: Using the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO) [Webinar]

Date of webinar: 
28 Jul 2016
Start and finish time of webinar: 
1pm CT, 6am CET
Lecturer: 
Muriel Wells, MA, MLIS, Digital Information Librarian
Organisation/Provider/Organiser: 
The National Children's Advocacy Center

The National Children's Advocacy Center has created a new and easy to use Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO).

Learn how to find what you're looking for in the millions of resources in CALiO by using the new, effortless keyword search feature in CALiOSuperSearch. Resources are available in full-text publications, videos, audio files, conference proceedings, fact sheets, white papers, and so much more.

During the webinar, NCAC Research Librarian, Muriel Wells, will provide a live-demonstration of the mobile-friendly website and peek inside the exclusive features for Child Advocacy Centers (CAC) and Multidisciplinary Teams (MDT).

Learning Objectives

  • Learn professional search techniques that improve topical searching in databases
  • Learn how to locate specialized child abuse resources in the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO)
  • Learn how to navigate CALIO for efficient and effective searching

About the lecturer:

Muriel K. Wells, MA, MLIS, Digital Information Librarian. Muriel K Wells has served as the Research Librarian at the NCAC for over seven years. She maintains the Child Abuse Library Online (CALiO) and provides reference services to child maltreatment professionals. She is a Huntsville native and retired first grade teacher. She earned a Master's in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama in 2008. Her doctoral research has included numerous research publications and conference presentations on library services to special populations and on digital library initiatives. 

Please note: A one-time registration to create a user ID and password is required to access free NCAC online training.

Registration Instructions

Language(s) of the materials: 
English

This project is funded by: