Posts Tagged: Workshops

Lynda.com transitions to LinkedIn Learning

This summer Emory’s instance of Lynda.com transitioned to the LinkedIn Learning platform. In addition to the content available on Lynda.com, you will now have: Access to all LinkedIn Learning, including courses from popular certification programs Learning Paths – recommended courses for mastering certain skills Users will also have the option of connecting their LinkedIn Learning…

CDC launches new eLearning course on Effective Communication for Healthcare Teams

The CDC is excited to announce the launch of its newest online free continuing education course: Effective Communication for Healthcare Teams: Addressing Health Literacy, Limited English Proficiency and Cultural Differences. For nurses it provides 2.1 CNE and for physicians 2.25. Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES®) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES®) and Certified in Public…

A Reflection of HIV in Atlanta Women

  This Thursday, April 4th 2019 from 6 pm-8 pm, please join the Emory Libraries in learning more about how HIV impacts women in Atlanta; the event will take place in the Rita Anne Collins Room in the Grace Crum Rollins Building: 1518 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA  30322. The keynote speaker, Damaris Henderson, is…

Scholarly Impact 5-Day Challenge: April 8-12, 2019

Promote your research to new audiences by participating in the Scholarly Impact 5-Day Challenge. No class to attend.  Simply sign up to receive one email a day for five days with an easy activity to complete on your own. Small outlay for big returns.  Register here: emorylib.info/impact

HINARI Training June 2nd: RSVP for free Global Health Information Training Session

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library is hosting a free training session developed to help health workers in low and middle income countries access high-quality biomedical and health literature. Participants will gain skills to access and utilize HINARI information resources and learn ways to promote awareness and use of HINARI information resources. HINARI is a program developed…

Training Offered for New NIH Biosketch Requirements

Learn how to use the My NCBI tool to create the New NIH Biosketch required for all NIH grant submissions on or after May 25.  The Health Sciences Library will offer two workshops (April 17 and 29) demonstrating how to create the NEW NIH Biosketch and track NIH Public Access Compliance using the MyNCBI tool. …

Scopus Workshop to be held April 21, 2015

Please join us for the following Scopus workshop to be held at the main campus library on April 21.  Be sure to RSVP as refreshments will be provided and space is limited.  RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/emory-scopus  

Upcoming Copyright Workshops for Theses and Dissertations

The Scholarly Communications Office will hold several workshops for graduate students that address copyright law and author rights and responsibilities surrounding theses and dissertations.  Attending one of these 50 minute workshops will help prepare for thesis or dissertation copyright concerns and inform future academic publishing endeavors. Beginning graduate students are encouraged to attend. The workshops…

Data Curation Workshop on Jan. 12, 2015- Register by Dec. 19th

Join the Woodruff Library on January 12, 2015 for a Data Curation Workshop led by instructors from the ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) and brought to you by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and the Institute for Quantitative Theory & Methods. This one-day workshop will teach participants practical strategies for data curation and…

WHSC Library to host NCBI Two Day Workshop

The Woodruff Health Sciences Library  Announces a special short course: NCBI Resources for Analyzing Human Variation Data October 8-9, 2014 Wednesday 9:00 am-1pm and 3-5:00pm Thursday 9:00 am-1pm and 3-5:00pm Woodruff Health Sciences Library Computer Classroom B65 Presented by:  Ben Busby, PhD, Genomics Outreach Coordinator, NCBI                  Wayne Matten, PhD, Public Services Section, NCBI This…