Updated: Dementia Education and Training Resources for Long-Term Care: A Selected List

Updated: Dementia Education and Training Resources for Long-Term Care: A Selected List

This document is designed as a guide to selected, recent resources on dementia care education and training. Many of the resources listed are available at the J.W. Crane Memorial Library, University of Manitoba Health Sciences Libraries, or are freely accessible on the Internet. http://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/ld.php?content_id=12057714 Continue reading

New workshop! Overview of citation management (with migrating from RefWorks)

This new Overview of citation management session was designed to help you begin the transition away from RefWorks to one of the other resources we support. Are you a RefWorks user? If so, you may have heard by now that the University of Manitoba Libraries will be ending our subscription at the end of 2017.This session will … Continue reading

Research Essentials – Training Session at NJM

Due to popular demand, the NJM Library will be holding an extra GradSteps session on Research Essentials. This session will highlight library tools and services that every graduate student should know. Learn about searching for theses, document delivery, article alerts, an overview of citation management software and more. What: Research Essentials When: Tuesday, October 5 … Continue reading

Manage Your Author Identity with ORCID – Training Session at NJM on July 27

Learn all about OCRID and getting credit for your work at this Researcher Workshop training session. ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an international registry of persistent digital identifiers to connect authors and creators to all their research and scholarly works. The ORCID identifier helps to solve the problems of common names, misattributions, and … Continue reading

Training: Searching for Grey Literature

Information is produced on all levels of government, academia, business and industry in electronic and print formats not controlled by commercial publishing.  Locating this information can be critical to literature reviews of all kinds. This session will walk participants thru identifying and locating grey literature for their research and work. Thursday, April 7th, 2016 (1200 – … Continue reading