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June 2012

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Summer Library Series

This summer the Library is hosting a series of quick courses designed to assist new and established fellows, residents and students in searching, finding impact factors, and creating presentations and research profiles. Take a look at the schedule below and be sure to register as space is limited.

Researching Your First Review Article
Wed, June 27, 1pm – 2pm
Writing your first review article? Get off on the right foot by making sure your search is comprehensive and accurate. This session will give you a framework for conducting the best possible search for your review article.

WEBINAR: Before You Publish - Finding Impact Factors and Choosing a Journal
Wed, July 11, 11:30am – 12:00pm
1) Calculating an Impact Factor
2) What's a good impact factor?
3) How to find journal submission candidates.

How to Create and Deliver an Engaging Presentation
Wed, July 25, 10:00am-11:00am
We will give you the building blocks you need to write an engaging presentation, create a stimulating slides, and successfully present your work to an audience. 

WEBINAR: Research Profiles - Track Your Publications & Find Collaborators
Wed, August 8, 11:30am – 12:00pm
This webinar will show you how to create a research profile using ResearcherID and Google Citations. Research profiles help you track your publications, citation count, and h-index. They can also be a great source to connect you to future potential collaborators. SciVal Experts, a curated database of MD Anderson faculty research profiles, will also be demonstrated.

Featured Database: e-Anatomy

“MAIOS e-Anatomy is an atlas of human anatomy for physicians, radiologists, medical students and radiographers. e-Anatomy is based on award-winning IMAIOS' e-Anatomy online atlas.” *

e-Anatomy is also available as an app for iPad, iPhone and Android devices. To use on your mobile device, download the app and register online from an MD Anderson IP address. The username and password you select will be used to access the app on your mobile device.

Check out e-Anatomy

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