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Scheduled Courses in Information Management

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Grow Your Library's Data Services: A Novice’s Guide to Data Competitions (Recording)

Register and leave with the tools, resources, and knowledge you need to establish campus buy-in, plan a competition, and bring excitement to your library.
CE Passport Information Management MLA Data Services Specialization
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Help Authors Find the Best Journal for Their Manuscript (Recording)

Stop worrying about avoiding predatory journals, and instead learn the skills to help library users find and evaluate the best journal for their manuscript.
CE Passport Information Management MLA
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HI 60419 Consumer Health Informatics

LIS course for Kent State University graduate students only. This course examines history and trends in consumer health informatics and health information seeking, examining how consumers (patients, clinicians, and healthcare stakeholders) manage health and health information in the digital age.
Information Services Instructor-owned Information Management Consumer Health Information Specialization
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History of the Health Sciences: A Practical Guide for the Working Librarian (Recording)

What you need to know, and where you need to go, when the phone rings with a history question.
DEIA Information Services CE Passport Information Management MLA
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Increasing Rigor and Promoting Open Science: New Directions in Scholarly Publishing (Recording)

If you work in scholarly communication or plan to and want to be up to date on the rapidly developing options for researchers on where and what to publish and on other innovations in scholarly communication, this webinar has what you need.
Information Management MLA
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Introduction to Data Management

Gain a solid foundation in the growing area of research data management!
CE Passport Information Management MLA Data Services Specialization
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Introduction to Scoping Reviews (Recording)

If you consult or collaborate on evidence syntheses or teach evidence synthesis and review methods or plan to, you won't want to miss this webinar on scoping reviews from Margaret Foster and Kate Saylor, two recognized experts in the area.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Information Management MLA
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Keeping It Private: Supporting Research Privacy and De-Identification of Shared Data (Recording)

Acquire skills and knowledge that will help make you one of the few health science librarians familiar with the de-identification techniques and knowledge needed to meet NIH and other requirements for public data sharing and multi-institutional research collaborations.
Information Management MLA Data Services Specialization
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LIS 60620 Health Information Resources

LIS course for Kent State University graduate students only. LIS 60620 Health Information Resources identifies print and electronic sources of health information with emphasis on electronic sources. Medical patient and consumer health information is presented.
Information Services Instructor-owned Information Management Consumer Health Information Specialization
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Matching a Research Question to a Review Method (Recording)

Learn how to assist researchers in the very important task of determining if a research question can be answered with a review and, if it can, which type of review best addresses the question.
Information Services Systematic Review Services Specialization Information Management MLA

Unscheduled Courses in Information Management

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The Rapid Growth of Preprints: New Opportunities to Help Researchers Accelerate Science*

This face-to-face class will inform you how preprints are changing how research is shared and communicated. With the increase of preprinting in the medical and life sciences, librarians are in a unique position to educate and guide researchers on how to navigate this area of scholarly publishing.
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The Research Data Services Landscape: How Do You Start And Where Does Your Library Fit In?*

This course is designed as an entry point for people unfamiliar with the field of data services. The goal is to introduce what data services librarians work on and to present information on how learners can grow in this area.
Information Management Free Data Services Specialization NNLM/NLM
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ToxTutor: Principles of Toxicology*

​In this e-module you will learn the fundamental principles of toxicology.
Information Management Free Health Information Professionalism Evidence-Based Practice & Research NNLM/NLM
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Visualizing the Value of Researcher and Institution Publications*

iCite is a free NIH web application using an algorithm to display bibliographic data for a researcher or institution. In this face-to-face class, attendees will learn how to harvest the power of iCite to show the influence, publication area, and citations associated with an author or institution.
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