Drop-In Workshops

Join us for these free workshops. No reservations needed.
For the newcomer or for the person that just took the PubMed classes last week…Here’s PubMed Advanced

PubMed has many tools that most researchers seldom use. Learn about some of these hidden features that can help you search more efficiently, such as the MeSH database, topic-specific search filters, the Journals database, and saving searches in My NCBI. We recommend that attendees come to our My NCBI session before attending this workshop.

Dates: Wednesday, September 26 and Friday, September 28, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Location: Ebling Library, Rm. 3268

You must enter the library on 2nd floor and then take the stairs or the elevator to access room 3268. Ask for directions at the Service Desk.

Questions about this event?
Contact Mary Hitchcock for more information at eblingdropins at library.wisc.edu or 263-9332

Last week’s classes (look for more basic PubMed classes in the future)
PubMed (MEDLINE) is the world’s largest biomedical literature database. In this introductory hands-on class you will learn how to effectively utilize some of PubMed’s many features and tools, such as Limits, History, the new PubMed Search Builder, and an introduction to Medical Subject Headings (MeSH).

Dates: Wednesday, September 19 and Friday, September 21, 2012
Time: 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM
Location: Ebling Library, Rm. 3268