The Health Sciences Library offers free workshops during March and April. In response to growing interest in infographics, the library developed, for faculty, “Altmetrics using Scopus.” Scopus is a multidisciplinary database providing access to literature in the fields of life, health, physical, and social sciences as well as the humanities.
Three workshops, EndNote Advanced , Basic, and Online, were recently updated to address user needs and software updates. The popular EndNote software, provided for free to campus personnel, takes away the pain from writing and citing references. As you insert citations in your Word document in the desired style, all references are automatically added to a reference list at the end of your document.
Another updated workshop is 5 Things You Did Not Know About PubMed. With an average of 3 million daily searches, PubMed is an important database for clinicians and researchers. This workshop now includes demonstrations and discussions concerning updates to the database such as finding links from clinical trials to related systematic reviews.
All workshops are held in Room 601, Lamar Alexander Building, 877 Madison Avenue. Registration is required to assist instructors in preparing for each workshop. If you have questions about these workshops, please contact the instructors.