Let the Library Come to You! The Library now offers webinars!
Learn new library skills in the comfort of your own office or home. The Health Sciences Library now offers the following Webinar classes: _______________________________________________________________________________________
Wednesday March 24, 11:00
Instructor: Deborah Crooke
Register here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/487136041
RefWorks is a bibliographic management program that allows you to build your own library of articles and references. The class focuses on how to download citations from library databases; search downloaded citations to build a customized reference list for papers; and insert references into a paper to generate and format a bibliography. PLEASE REGISTER FOR A REFWORKS ACCOUNT PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE CLASS. If you need assistance, see the following page: http://library.nymc.edu/TipSheets/refworks2.cfm or call the Reference Desk at 914-594-4210.
Thursday March 25, 11:00
Instructor: Jovy Rosario
Register here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/242106841
This class covers the features and search techniques available for searching NLM’s web-based version of MEDLINE, PubMed. Included are the unique search features, how to perform simple and complex searches, how to use limits to narrow a search, as well as how to save and print a search strategy. Also discussed is the use of PubMed Linkout which allows users to link from the search results to full-text articles. _______________________________________________________________________________________
Evidence-Based Healthcare Resources
Monday March 29, 11:00
Instructor: Marie Ascher
Register here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/556721112
This class covers the basic principles of evidence-based healthcare and focuses on the array of information resources available at the Health Sciences Library specifically geared toward finding the best evidence in the literature to answer clinical questions. Resources covered include: The Cochrane Library, Clinical Evidence, DynaMed and special Internet resources, as well as special PubMed techniques used to locate evidence-based studies.