The All of Us Data Training and Engagement for Academic Libraries Program (hereafter referred to as the “Academic Libraries Program”), supported by the National Library of Medicine, aims to help campus libraries learn to use the All of Us Researcher Workbench platform and equip them with the skills to teach others to use it. Through professional development training, hands-on learning, peer-to-peer networking, and Researcher Workbench technical support, participants can become skilled users of biomedical and public health data, may help grow institutional research capacity, enhance skills in biomedical and public health data, and promote meaningful use of the Researcher Workbench with campus communities.
This training will feature the All of Us Data and Research Center (DRC) and will present more in-depth information on the Researcher Workbench and how campus libraries are well situated to respond to the needs of academic institutions for data-driven research; provide access to a diverse, longitudinal dataset; utilize training materials to assist campus communities; and introduce the All of Us database to researchers from various disciplines.
- Enhance knowledge of the All of Us dataset and Researcher Workbench and its value to your campus community
- Understand how to leverage your role as a librarian in promoting and utilizing the All of Us Research Program on your campus
- Identify departments that will benefit from access to the dataset
0-5 minutes: Introduction, welcome, and overview
5-25 minutes: Data types, Research Hub, and Data Browser
25-35 minutes: Role of the library, ways to collaborate with researchers, key talking points
35-45 minutes: Support resources
45-60 minutes: live Q&A.
MLA CE Credits: 1.0