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. 


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HSLANJ Innovations Webinar Series

A webinar series highlighting innovations that Health Sciences Librarians of NJ (HSLANJ) librarians are initiating / have initiated in their libraries and services to patrons.
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Improve your data! How to use surveys effectively in healthcare LIS research, evaluation and audit

This face-to-face course is aimed at supporting health LIS interested in beginning a work based research project that uses a survey to get the best out of this method of data collection. The
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Insider's Guide to Accessing NLM Data: Welcome to E-utilities for PubMed*

Want to do more with PubMed? Want to extract just the PubMed data you need, in the format you want? This introductory webinar covers the basics of the E-utilities API and introduces powerful and flexible ways of accessing PubMed data.
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Institutional Repositories: Shining a Light on Your Community’s Assets*

If you’re like us, you’re short on time, have tons on your plate, and have a never ending list of “someday” projects. Join us for a webinar on best practices, tips, and tricks for establishing a rich, vibrant, evolving institutional repository for your organization.
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Instructional Design: Proven Principles and Practices for Librarians Who Teach*

This interactive, face-to-face course is for librarians who are seeking best practices or who would like to strengthen and refresh their instruction.
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Interacting with Community Health Data: Building Analysis Tools in Tableau Public

Data visualizations can empower libraries to engage in evidence based, data-driven research in order to create or change social health policies. This face-to-face course will teach you how to identify health inequalities through the application of data visualization concepts.
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Introduction to Data Analysis and Visualization with R*

In this face-to-face course especially for non-programmers, you’ll learn the basics to get started with using R.
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Introduction to Data Visualization with R

In this face-to-face course, students will learn and use basic commands and packages in R/RStudio to manipulate and visualize data. Participants will understand the basic functionality of R and practice writing scripts to create some impactful graphics.
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Introduction to Genomic Data Repositories and Data Analysis Resources

The goals of this face-to-face course include: familiarizing participants with common genomics/genetics data repositories and 2) explaining why medical library patrons (basic and translational researchers) want to utilize these data repositories as part of their research toolkit.
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Introduction to Research Design for Librarians*

This face-to-face course provides an overview of research study designs, including quantitative and qualitative approaches.
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Introduction to Systematic Reviews for Librarians (four hours)*

In this face-to-face course, librarians will learn the history and current state of systematic reviews, how systematic reviews are different from other types of reviews, and what their role can be based on current guidelines.
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Introduction to Systematic Reviews for Librarians (six hours)

In this face-to-face course, librarians will learn the history and current state of systematic reviews, how systematic reviews are different from other types of reviews, and what their role can be based on current guidelines.
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Keeping Up with PubMed-

This hands-on class will have attendees use features of PubMed effectively. Attendees will be able to discuss features of PubMed, build a search strategy, and more! Class is available both in person and online.
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Leading the Way: Preparing For and Developing Your Leadership Role

Are you a new or emerging leader? Do you feel ready to take on more formal leadership roles? Or would you like a leadership refresher? In this face-to-face course, we will explore definitions of leadership, identify leadership styles and discuss strategies to position oneself for leadership.
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Lean Process Improvement Demystified

This face-to-face course will prepare librarians to lead and foster lean process improvement within their institutions. Participants will become familiar with key terminology and lean philosophy and gain an understanding of lean process improvement and how it can be applied in their work.
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Learning to Liaise with Health Professions

This course will feature active participation to help participants more effectively support health professions with distinct standards and cultures of practice. Participants will explore best practices and formulate plans to apply these practices in their own institutions.
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Libraries as Partners in Healthy Communities Self Enrollment*

Public libraries around the country are magnifying the role they play as key contributors to community health. By understanding the health needs and challenges specific to our communities, libraries are able to respond with relevant services and programming, created in collaboration.
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Library Instructional Design

The Library Instructional Design (LID) CE face-to-face course provides training in planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating instruction and includes opportunities to share best instructional design practices among library instructors.
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LinkOut for Libraries*

LinkOut for Libraries provides journal access to PubMed users. Join us for an informational webinar to learn more about this service from the National Library of Medicine. Erin Latta, from the National DOCLINE Coordination Office, will lead this webinar.
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Literature Surveillance Apps: Tools for the next generation of Table of Contents notification services

"Literature surveillance tools" refer to apps that provide customized table of contents monitoring services for mobile devices. This 2 hour face-to-face course offers an overview of the current literature monitoring apps available.
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Locating Information on Developmental Disabilities using NLM and Other Resources*

This blended class will provide an introduction to developmental disabilities, learn about NLM resources to answer health related needs, caregiver information, ideas for programming, as well as ways to provide awareness to the community regarding developmental disabilities.
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Maintain Momentum in Marketing

It is essential for libraries to build and promote their brand even if they don’t have a dedicated staff or a huge budget. This face-to-face course, taught by librarians with real world marketing experience, will focus on planning strategic marketing campaigns for health sciences libraries.
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Make Your Point: Good Design for Data Visualization

A good data visualization communicates dense amounts of information quickly and effectively. This webinar will teach you the basic principles of chart design, skills that apply whether you are using sophisticated data visualization technology or tried-and-true Excel.
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Making PubMed Work for You*

This hands-on class (online or in person) is intended to hone basic searching techniques and the ability to develop effective search strategies that will take advantage of the PubMed interface to MEDLINE.
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Mapping an Outreach Project: Start with Information; End with a Plan

If you want to develop a project that requires stakeholder support, you need more than a solid plan. This webinar series will show you how to use the tools and methods of program evaluation to plan a compelling program.
Leadership & Management Free Evidence-Based Practice & Research NNLM/NLM