RefWorks: An Introduction
Thur, January 30th, Noon – 1:00pm
Want to streamline your research with your writing? Interested in tools to help manage your citations and bibliographies? This one-hour session will introduce you to RefWorks, an online citation management program. RefWorks allows you to create a personal database of references and generate bibliographies in a variety of formats. This workshop will cover the basic functions of RefWorks, including: how to set up an account, importing citations from research databases, such as PubMed and Google Scholar, formatting bibliographies in styles, such as APA and JAMA.
This session is for absolute beginners - no previous experience is required! But if you are already a RefWorks user, this session will be a great refresher for you!
Beyond PubMed: Exploring Web of Science
Thur, Feb 27th, Noon-1:00pm
Cross disciplinary subject? Not sure of where to go after you search PubMed? Have you written an article and want to know who has quoted you? This workshop is for you! We will learn
- how to construct a keyword search
- show how finding one good article on a topic can lead to other articles on the same thing;
and find out who is also working on your topic of interest.
Web of Science will become your new best friend for research!
Navigating My Bibliography in PubMed
Thur, March 27, Noon-1:00pm
Since 2008, peer-reviewed manuscripts resulting from National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored research must be made available to the public via PubMed Central. Join Kara Charmanski, HNRCA Grants Management Administrator, and Judy Rabinowitz, Research and Instruction Librarian at HHSL, to learn how to report manuscripts to NIH using MyBibliography in conjunction with eRA Commons.