Category Archives: Workshops

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 … Continue reading

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2019 Library Winterim Courses

Looking to take advantage of the winterim this year? The Dartmouth Library is offering two workshops geared towards PhD, graduate, and professional school students. Own your Identity: December 6th @ 9 am-12 pm  Today’s professionals, academics, and research scientists need … Continue reading

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Biomedical Writer’s Retreat – Jan. 29 & 30, 2016

Achieve Your New Year’s Writing Resolutions Register for a two-day retreat for researchers in the process of manuscript preparation. The retreat will provide access to writing support, research assistance, and a quiet space to focus on writing. Researchers will have extensive … Continue reading

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Workshop: Your Rights To Your Published Work

When:  Wednesday, July 23, Noon-1:30PM Where:  Rockefeller Center, Class of 1930 Conference Room Lunch Provided – Please Register: A Workshop Addressing the Question: “Can I post my publications in full text on… my web site, my departmental website, the … Continue reading

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SPSS Statistics Workshop

Representatives from IBM SPSS will present information and instruction on SPSS Statistics on Oct. 29th (11:00-4:00 lunch provided). This workshop will provide information and resources specific to academic users, as well as live product demonstrations of key features and functionality. … Continue reading

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Web of Science Workshop

If you are a researcher in the life sciences, there are good reasons to complement your MEDLINE search with a Web of Science search. First, Web of Science offers wider coverage of the literature in terms of subject areas, time … Continue reading

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