This catalog lists courses that are no longer available for MLA CE credit or for enrollment.  Peruse this list if you are looking for ideas for new courses or need your memory jogged about the content of an old course. 


Archived Courses

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American Indian Health Information Resources*

This two or three hour hands-on class introduces a variety of governmental and non-governmental Internet resources that have health information for American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Students attending will be able to practice their skills in finding health information.
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Applying Data Management Strategies: A Showcase of Data Management Projects

This webinar, sponsored by the Medical Informatics Section, will showcase data management projects at three different libraries. The librarians will share their thoughts on developing services and opportunities and challenges for librarians interested in working with data management.
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Appreciating Diversity: A Workshop for Health Sciences Librarians*

This face-to-face course is designed to help participants develop cultural competency knowledge, recognize the impact of cultural beliefs on one’s thoughts and behaviors, and improve attitudes and beliefs about the role of cultural factors in the delivery of library services and programs.
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Are You Ready? Essential Disaster Health Information Resources for Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe*

Is this you? More than 50% of us do not have copies of crucial documents, lack emergency supplies and parents Do Not have designated meeting places in case of a disaster. This 1 or 2 hour webinar or in person class can introduce you to the necessary resources to keep your loved ones safe.
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Augusta University’s Research Data Management Symposium*

Discussions around data management often occur within individual departments or colleges on a university campus; however, the health sciences library has the opportunity to support an interdisciplinary, consolidated effort to connect researchers and resources across all disciplines.
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Back to School: Enhance your Research with HSR Methods, Tools, and Resources from the National Library of Medicine

This free recorded webinar provides an overview of resources provided by the National Library of Medicine’s National Information Center on Health Services Research (NICHSR) to support the HSR community.
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Becoming an Expert Searcher

What constitutes an expert search? Who can be an expert searcher? This face-to-face class looks at these questions & practices techniques (reference interview, database analysis, search construction, and search evaluation) used by expert searchers.
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Beginning with EndNote*

Are you having trouble organizing and citing your the research papers you have collected? EndNote can help! This course provides a basic and practical introduction to the EndNote bibliographic software, with live demos and hands-on exercises.
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Best Practices in Conducting Systematic Reviews in Medical Education

Systematic reviews are becoming increasingly important in the biomedical literature. This face-to-face course is designed as a train-the-trainer workshop for librarians partnering with research faculty in medical education.
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Beware of Sharks: Predatory Publishing and Practices: Be Prepared!*

Can you identify predatory emails, journals, conferences, and more? If not, then come to this hands-on course. Learn from real-world examples; leave with helpful tools. Understand how predatory practices developed and impact science. You can prevent your patrons from falling prey to these tactics.