From cupcakes to posters; asking for my readers' help
Image credit: Tips for designing scientific posters
My last post, over a week ago, was on cupcakes (part of the Friday Fun-with-Food series) but now that I'm back at work (first day, ouch) I'm returning to more serious topics. Today's subject: creating an experience-sharing poster for our upcoming Dietetics in Action education day.
Last year on my old blog I shared some of the excellent resources I found on making posters. If you have to do a poster presentation, I recommend consulting them. This morning, I'm reviewing the information -- why, oh why do I still have so much trouble with guideline #1: Start Early!
The working title of my poster is Blogging as a tool for learning, communicating and translating knowledge into practice.
Is there a specific blog post (it can be from any credible blog on any subject) that demonstrates blogging is a valuable tool for learning, reflecting, connecting with others, and/or sharing and advancing knowledge?" For example, the type of post that, after you read it, you thought "YES -- this is important, new-to-me information I can use in my practice." It may be a quotation, essay, research article or other resource you bookmarked and/or forwarded to your colleagues, students or clients.