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EndNote® Basics

EndNote is a citation management program that makes it easy to create bibliographies and in-text citations. This 90-minute hands-on session will cover creating an EndNote Library and the basics of using EndNote with Word. Attendees will be able to search PubMed through EndNote, create Groups, configure and download full text, and input citations into a Word document. EndNote X5 for PC and Word 2010 will be used.

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EndNote® Advanced

This hands-on session will cover importing citations into your EndNoteX4 Libraries, practicing with Cite While You Write, as well as introducing the concept of editing citation styles. Attend this 90-minute session to find out how to enter citations from Research Medical Library databases into your EndNote library, create Smart Groups, and collaborate using EndNoteWeb. EndNote X5 for PC and Word 2010 will be used.

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Library Essentials for Administrative Assistants

In Library Essentials for Administrative Assistants you will learn to search for important information available from the Research Medical Library including full-text articles, citations, books and conference proceedings. This 2-hour course covers essential skills for Administrative Assistants to be able to manage their faculty publications.

The class is open to all interested institutional members. The Library Essentials Class will be now conducted during a 2 hour class session.

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PubMed Basics

This 75 minute class introduces MEDLINE searching using the PubMed interface. Attendees will learn how to construct a basic search, use limits, and navigate to full-text articles while using PubMed.

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PubMed Advanced

This 75 minute class will cover PubMed’s advanced searching features. Attendees will gain experience using MeSH headings and constructing searches using the Search Builder function in PubMed.

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SCOPUS

SCOPUS combines two powerful biomedical databases – PubMed and EMBASE – in one easy-to-use interface. Attend this hour-long session to learn how to effectively search SCOPUS and find out why this database is a core resource for biomedical research.

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