January 2020 Workshop Schedule

Was one of your New Years resolutions this year to learn something new? We can help!

EndNote: Managing Citations and Bibliographies

  • When: January 28th, 2020 from 7 – 8:00 am
  • Where: Matthews-Fuller Library, DHMC and Zoom
  • Description: Managing your references is a critical part of the research process. EndNote can import references from article indexes (e.g., MEDLINE), organize references in a database, and insert citations into your paper. EndNote is purchased and installed on your computer. This workshop will cover importing references into EndNote and using it in writing papers.
  • Registration is required for this event.

Scopus and Web of Science: Feature-Rich Databases for Biomedical Literature

  • When: January 28th, 2020 from 4 – 5:00 pm
  • Where: Matthews-Fuller Library, DHMC
  • Description: Learn why Scopus and Web of Science are worth adding to your search toolkit. In addition to extensive coverage of the biomedical literature these databases have advanced citation analysis tools so you can calculate h-index, look at journal impact, and see how many times an article has been cited. These tools help you see who is citing your work and identify potential collaborators. Scopus and Web of Science include more disciplines and more formats (e.g. meeting abstracts, book chapters, and patents) than PubMed so they are critical to comprehensive searching. This workshop will also compare Web of Science and Scopus to help you decide which database is best for you.
  • Registration is required for this event.

This post was written by Paige Scudder, a Research and Education Librarian for the Biomedical Libraries.

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