We are delighted to share volume 13, issue 4 of HINT with you. In this issue Grace Hillis talks about multi-sensory storytelling, Joanne Callinan talks about her experience of the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care – Education Fellowship and Margaret Morgan features in our Day In The Life section. Meanwhile, Diarmuid Stokes tells us about an introduction to literature searching MOOC and Louise Farragher shares tips about useful research resources, while Caroline Rowan suggests something new for Christmas – bookcrossing!
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In this issue, we have a report from Aoife Lawton on the EAHIL Workshops in Edinburgh and a report from Diarmuid Stokes on the CONUL conference which took place in Athlone. Louise Farragher of the Health Research Board recommends 5 websites, Caroline Rowan reports on an Online Privacy session which took place in the Royal Irish Academy and Diarmuid Stokes talks about software which can help you create your own digital content.
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