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Table of Contents: 2015 MAY–JUNE No. 404

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PubMed for Trainers: Sign Up for This Free Hybrid Class

Zipser J. PubMed for Trainers: Sign Up for This Free Hybrid Class. NLM Tech Bull. 2015 May-Jun;(404):e3.

2015 May 04 [posted]
“Thanks for the great course. It was extremely helpful and has increased my confidence in not only teaching PubMed, but also in my general use. The instructional design portion increased my understanding of the process and provided great ideas on how to make teaching PubMed relevant to the students as well as keeping them focused and engaged."

“I thoroughly enjoyed the sessions. I came into the sessions with what I would say was an intermediate level of knowledge and facility of use with PubMed and I feel that the sessions really bumped up my skill level.”

                    -- Comments from recent “PubMed for Trainers” class participants

Improve your PubMed searching skills and create effective training strategies. Join the National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC) for "PubMed for Trainers.” Registration is now available for upcoming classes via the NTC Web site: //nnlm.gov/ntcc/classes/schedule.html. This class is designed as a “train the trainers” class and is taught in three online sessions and one all-day in-person session. The instructional design portion of the class is optional.

You will:

  1. enhance your knowledge of the MEDLINE database;
  2. improve your ability to analyze and implement Medical Subject Headings (MeSH);
  3. employ the features and functions of PubMed for use in searching and training;
  4. discuss instruction techniques with fellow trainers; and
  5. experience peer collaboration and learning.

For more information about PubMed for Trainers and to register for a class please visit the NTC Class Information/Training Calendar: PubMed for Trainers. Please Note: classes are added throughout the year so please check back periodically.

Questions? Contact the NTC at: ntc@utah.edu or 800-338-7657, press 2.

By Janet Zipser
MEDLARS Management Section

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