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At the EHSL monthly “Topic du Jour” presentation today Kathleen Amos, our NLM Fellow, led a discussion about “Retraction of Biomedical Literature as Indexed in MEDLINE.” Here is a brief summary of her interesting presentation’s content: “Over the past few years, the retraction of biomedical literature indexed in MEDLINE has been increasing. An exploratory study […]
Microsoft Word 2008 for Mac is a word-processing application that can be used to create complex, graphics-rich documents easily and quickly. In this workshop, some of the most-frequently used basic features of Word such as editing and formatting text, using templates, working with pictures and other graphic elements, formatting pages and documents will be covered. […]
Recently the Eccles Health Sciences Library conducted a survey via email of its student-patrons from the University of Utah’s Colleges of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing and Health. We received over 220 responses which provided valuable insights into how our services are perceived and utilized, as well as how we can improve. To encourage participation we offered […]
Beginning in February, Eccles Health Sciences Library will be offering two new workshops for students, faculty and staff: Microsoft Excel Essentials and Mac Basics. These workshops are free to attend but registration is required. Microsoft Excel Essentials WHEN: Wednesday, February 5, 2010, 12:30 – 1:30 pm WHERE: HSEB 3100-D WHAT: Microsoft has made some major […]
Eccles Health Sciences Library will be offering new workshops on Fridays beginning in February. Watch for further details here and on our website’s home page… (Mac users: you have been heard, and we are responding!)
Today EHSL staff participated in a workshop on using blogs and RSS feeds.
Eccles Library’s Education Services will be offering free training workshops in EndNote X3 in the coming months. EndNote is a software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies. It can be used to locate selected bibliographic data and create bibliographies for curricula vitae, manuscripts, grant proposals, term papers and other publications. First, Jeanne Le Ber, our […]