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“Ain’t Got No Body?”: Anatomy Resources

Whether you need a refresher about the human body on the go or you are unable to get to the cadaver lab, the Pumerantz Library has several e-resources that can help you discover and review human anatomy.   In this session, you will learn: What anatomy e-resources are available to you through the Pumerantz Library…

Dog gone easy: Plumb’s Pro

  This fall, the Pumerantz Library upgraded from Plumb’s Veterinary Drugs to Plumb’s Pro, which provides resources beyond basic drug information. In this workshop, participants will learn about the basic features and upgrades now available. Veterinarians and pet owners are encouraged to attend! After this workshop, participants will be able to: Describe the features available…

DDX on the Go: Introduction to VisualDx

Do you find yourself needing to create differentials rule outs? Do you need high quality images for class instruction? Would it be nice to know how to use a resource on a desktop and be able to take it on the go? VisualDx is probably the resource for you. In this introduction attendees will be…

Point of Care Beatdown: UpToDate vs. DynaMed

You’re seeing a patient and are ready to look up information on their condition, but indecision strikes: which point of care resource do you use, UpToDate or DynaMed?   By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: Compare and contrast UpToDate and DynaMed’s features Navigate through UpToDate and DynaMed Download the mobile…

Magic links™: Locating and using permanent links

You don’t have to be a graduate of Ilvermorny or Hogwarts to use this magic. In this workshop, attendees will be shown which library resources have permalinks or persistent links, called “magic links” by some faculty. They will also be shown how to copy these links or use a special generator to “fix” the URLs.…

What the heck are “living guidelines” anyway?

How do you stay current in your field? Do you rely on clinical practice guidelines or systematic reviews? How about “living guidelines”? If this is the first time you’ve heard of this new type of evidence, join us for this workshop where you will learn the their significance and why they matter to your practice.…

Getting Started with EndNote 20

Having trouble organizing your research for a project or paper? Staff and faculty are welcome to come learn EndNote 20 for a beginner’s overview of how to:   Find and collect references to your EndNote library Attach full text PDF files to your references Share your library with other EndNote users Import citations into your…

You, the Library and the Publishing Cycle: Session 3 A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place: Beginning EndNote 20

Tired of trying to get your manuscript’s references in the correct citation format? Are you stressing out over keeping track of the references you need for your manuscript?   EndNote 20 can solve these problems! This presentation will help researchers get started with the new and improved EndNote 20 in gathering and organizing references for…

New Kid on the Block: Introducing EndNote 20

Need a program to help organize your research? Look no further than EndNote 20, the latest version of bibliographic citation software!  In this session, you will learn: The newest features in EndNote 20 How to import references into your EndNote Library How to share your library with other EndNote users How to find the ideal…