Next week the library is offering the following workshops:
Introduction to EndNote (Tues.)
Want to learn about EndNote? Our one-hour online workshop will introduce the basics of EndNote, including creating and customizing an EndNote Library, adding citations to the Library using different methods, creating groups to organize references, finding full-text PDFs for your references, and using Cite While You Write (CWYW) with Microsoft Word.
Introduction to Digital Measures (Tues.)
This one-hour online workshop will provide an introduction to Digital Measures, the database used by UTHSC for recording and tracking faculty teaching, research and service activities. You will learn how to take full advantage of Digital Measures by inputting professional data and uploading documents on an ongoing basis. Keeping the information that is stored in Digital Measures up-to-date throughout the year pays off considerably when it comes time for annual review.
Access Your Virtual Library (Tues.)
This one-hour online workshop will provide information on how to access electronic resources and services through the Health Sciences Library. In the workshop, you will learn how to navigate the Library website, how to find research articles the Library has access to, what virtual resources and services the Library have to offer, and where to locate research help.
APPR Workflow & Digital Measures: Faculty Submission (Tues. and Thurs.)
Join us to review the new Annual Planning and Performance Review (APPR) Workflow process within Digital Measures. We will discuss preparing your materials for APPR and take a look at the faculty submission step within the Workflow module of Digital Measures.
Google for Researchers (Wed.)
This one-hour online workshop will provide an introduction to using Google for research needs, from using it to find images for your presentations to using Google Scholar to track citations and find grey literature and materials in the Library’s collection and elsewhere.
Research Impact Demystified (Wed.)
Join us for a discussion of scholarly research impact metrics. We will discuss common metrics, their advantages and limitations, and sources for those metrics. We will also learn how to match metrics to purpose by looking separately at journal, publication, and author level measures.