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In 2013, BHSL faculty incorporated this premise into the development and evolution of the Health Information Specialists Program with goals to:
* nurture collaboration between the BHSL and public libraries throughout the state
In 2012, BHSL faculty were asked to provide consumer health information training for staff members in the Metropolitan Library System (MLS).
Before courses commenced, participants and program coordinators from MLS and the BHSL held conference calls to introduce the program and gather feedback about course topics that participants were interested in.
Two courses, "Food for Thought" and "Caring for the Mind," were taught by NNLM SCR staff; BHSL faculty served as instructors for the other courses.
Each course in phase 2 was taught by BHSL faculty and was evaluated using MLA's standard evaluation form, and summary evaluation data are provided in Table 3 and Table 4.
Based on positive feedback from participants in the initial two years of the project, BHSL faculty decided to expand program participation beyond the partnership with MLS.
A series of five courses was offered in phase 3; courses were selected by BHSL faculty based on course evaluation data from the first two years of the program (Table 1).