Looking for opportunities to advance your research skill set? The Researcher Workshop series, offered by the University of Manitoba Libraries, may be a great place to start!
Created to meet the research needs of faculty, graduate students, and researchers, these sessions will be beneficial to those looking to learn more about emerging issues such as systematic reviews and citation management, and their influence on your research. These and similar technical topics are likely to continue to grow and to have a large impact on research going forward.
The training sessions will be held in Room 232 (Ross Computer Lab) at the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. There are two sessions which will be held online.
Sessions (Fall 2017)
October 3 – Getting Started with Systematic Reviews
October 5 – Overview of Citation Management (with migration from Refworks) (online)
October 17 – Introduction to EndNote
October 19 – Introduction to Mendeley
November 14 – Searching Medline: OVID vs. PubMed
November 16 – Searching Medline: OVID vs. PubMed (online)
November 28 – Expand Your Searching with SCOPUS
Click on the corresponding link above for more information about the session and to register. If you have any questions about our Researcher Workshop series, please do not hesitate to contact us.