**This course will provide the participant with 1 Learning Type BACB® CEU**
Description of Learning Type CE Event: In “Ew, You Read Journal Articles,” Clinicians will know how to find what they're looking for with scholarly literature and get a closer look into how an article goes from manuscript to publication. In this part one of a multi part series, curious clinicians from any and all levels (RBT to BCBA-D) can not only find a preferred journal for their interests but learn how to apply the literature to their daily practices. The journey of a thousand miles starts with one step, the same can be said with the journey of a thousand pages.
About the Instructor: Salena Davila-Schilling is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst from Chicago, IL. She is the creator of TheFullField.com—a website designed to help fellow behavior analysts find the right conferences related to their interests, research and read journal articles, and discover resources to help them explore The Full Field of Behavioral Analysis and Science. Salena is part of multiple organizations including the ILABA Legislation Committee, The Standard Celeration Society Values Committee, LABA Fast Track, and many other national conferences. She is also a consistent creator and voice in the field. Her work includes research for the Why We Do What We Do Podcast, Study Notes ABA, and Secretary for the Dissemination of Behavior Analysis Special Interest Group.
Target Audience: BCBA’s, RBT’s, Graduate students in ABA programs, anyone who enjoys reading articles, would like to publish one day. Those who are curious about scholarly literature. Those who would like to increase reading scholarly literature. To help those seeking to come in contact with the scholarly literature to do so. Also to learn to communicate the research and apply the findings to everyday practice. For those who would like to build a community of support for researching and reading the literature.
To earn credit, you will be required to watch the online session and pass a quiz about it with a score of 80% or higher. You can retake the quiz as many times as needed, but you may not receive exactly the same questions each time.