EndNote Web

Citation Management, Database Searching, Grant Application and Compliance

EndNote Web is a web-based reference organizer and collaboration tool that enables EndNote users to collect references when away from their desktop and collaborate easily with others. Learn how to store your references and output them in a variety of formats including Vancouver, NIH and a myriad of different journal styles. The University subscribes to  [Read more]

Getting Organized with EndNote

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Citation Management, Database Searching, Grant Application and Compliance

This class introduces the basics of the EndNote software, a flexible tool for organizing bibliographic references. Learn how to retrieve references directly from EndNote, collect full text articles, automatically import personal PDFs , create new records, import citations from a bibliographic database (i.e., Medline), search the EndNote database, adapt citations to various journal publishers, format  [Read more]

Grant Assistants, Analysts, and Administrative Assistants: Use EndNote to Organize your References

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Citation Management, Database Searching, Grant Application and Compliance

Learn how to manage your principle investigator research citations. Attend this class and learn how to execute an author name search using databases (PubMed/Medline, SCOPUS, Web of Science, etc.), import references into an EndNote library, keep track of your citations, grab full text articles, and create bibliographies based on different journal styles in a flash!  [Read more]

NCBI Tools: PubMed and My Bibliography

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Database Searching, Grant Application and Compliance

Are you interested in learning more about PubMed and My Bibliography? This session will review tools for searching and creating alerts in PubMed, and using My Bibliography to maintain a list of citations to use for NIH Public Access Policy compliance and for the NIH biosketch.

NIH and Other Public Access Policies

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Grant Application and Compliance

Are you preparing a manuscript arising from NIH-funded research? Do you have other sources of grant funding such as the American Heart Association or the Department of Defense? If so, you may be required to comply with public access policies issued by these organizations. This session will provide an overview of the NIH Public Access  [Read more]

NIH Biosketch and NCBI SciENcv

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Grant Application and Compliance

Are you preparing a grant application for NIH? Do you want to learn more about SciENcv? This session will review the instructions for creating a biosketch in the NIH format and include a review of NCBI SciENcv, a tool to generate a biosketch.

Searching the Literature & Managing Your Research Workflow

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Citation Management, Database Searching, Grant Application and Compliance

Save Time! This presentation will improve your competence in searching skills related to manuscript and grant preparation at all stages of your research endeavors. Learn how to conduct literature searches using databases like PubMed/Medline, SCOPUS, Web of Science and others. This session incorporates how to manage your references which includes finding full text articles, keeping  [Read more]

The New My Bibliography

Grant Application and Compliance

Do you use My Bibliography? Have you noted the new interface and different tools in My Bibliography? This session reviews the updated My Bibliography and tips for managing citations and compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.

Tracking Publications

Grant Application and Compliance

Do you need to track publications for your investigators or trainees? This session will review databases from Becker Library that can be used to track publications and how to set up alerts to be notified of future works published by the investigator or trainee.

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