December and January Classes

Join us in the Graff Library for the educational sessions listed below. All sessions will be held in the Graff Library computer lab. Sign up online using the links below.

Not able to make it to the session you’re interested in? Contact Andrea Lynch, Scholarly Communication Librarian (x60520; alynch@coh.org; leave a comment below), to schedule a one-on-one or group consultation.

  • December 28th from 2-3:30pm: Introduction to EndNote
    EndNote is a powerful citation management tool that helps you organize information and streamline the publication process. With EndNote you can create in-text citations and bibliographies in multiple formats; store, categorize and index citations and full-text articles; and capture relevant data from your PubMed, Science Citation Index, and other database searches.
  • December 29th from 10-11:30am: Advanced EndNote
    Learn to modify output styles, create bibliographies, edit journal terms lists, and use EndNote Web. At the end of this class, participants will be able to: 1) Understand and edit journal output styles; 2) Create a bibliography not linked to a manuscript/creating a subject bibliography; 3) Modify citations in a manuscript; 4) Switch between full journal names & journal title abbreviations – editing journal terms lists; and 5) Use basic features of EndNote Web.
  • December 29th from 1-2:30pm: Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for Troubleshooting EndNote
    Comfortable with EndNote, but sometimes issues come up and you’d like to know how to make EndNote just do what it is supposed to? This session will include frequently asked questions, tips, tricks, and strategies for troubleshooting EndNote.
  • January 4th from 9-10am: Complying with the NIH Public Access Policy
    The session will include a 45-minute presentation with 15 minutes for questions and/or discussion, and cover the following four steps for complying with the policy: 

    • Determine applicability – determine which papers fall under the policy
    • Retain copyright – read the journal publisher’s copyright transfer agreement to make sure you’re able to comply with the policy and deposit the paper to PubMed Central
    • Submit your paper to PubMed Central – there are a number of methods to do this; when the publisher doesn’t do this for free, the library can do it for you
    • Cite using PMCIDs – in biosketches, progress reports, and applications, incorporate the PubMed Central ID into the citations of applicable papers authored by you or that come from your NIH-funded project
  • January 5th from 9-10:30am: Introduction to EndNote
    EndNote is a powerful citation management tool that helps you organize information and streamline the publication process. With EndNote you can create in-text citations and bibliographies in multiple formats; store, categorize and index citations and full-text articles; and capture relevant data from your PubMed, Science Citation Index, and other database searches.
  • January 6th from 11am-12:30am: Advanced EndNote
    Learn to modify output styles, create bibliographies, edit journal terms lists, and use EndNote Web. At the end of this class, participants will be able to: 1) Understand and edit journal output styles; 2) Create a bibliography not linked to a manuscript/creating a subject bibliography; 3) Modify citations in a manuscript; 4) Switch between full journal names & journal title abbreviations – editing journal terms lists; and 5) Use basic features of EndNote Web.
  • January 11th from 8-9:30am: Tips, Tricks, and Strategies for Troubleshooting EndNote
    Comfortable with EndNote, but sometimes issues come up and you’d like to know how to make EndNote just do what it is supposed to? This session will include frequently asked questions, tips, tricks, and strategies for troubleshooting EndNote.
  • January 11th from 3-4pm: Complying with the NIH Public Access Policy
    The session will include a 45-minute presentation with 15 minutes for questions and/or discussion, and cover the following four steps for complying with the policy: 

    • Determine applicability – determine which papers fall under the policy
    • Retain copyright – read the journal publisher’s copyright transfer agreement to make sure you’re able to comply with the policy and deposit the paper to PubMed Central
    • Submit your paper to PubMed Central – there are a number of methods to do this; when the publisher doesn’t do this for free, the library can do it for you
    • Cite using PMCIDs – in biosketches, progress reports, and applications, incorporate the PubMed Central ID into the citations of applicable papers authored by you or that come from your NIH-funded project
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