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.
Intended to assist in raising awareness of the Researcher Workbench amongst campus communities, this training will provide strategies to help with disseminating information and developing tools to reach both emerging and established researchers across multiple fields of study
This course is an approved elective for the Level I Data Services Specialization.
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- Identify strategies for creating and tailoring your marketing message
- Develop a toolkit of methods and locations to promote your message
- Gather tools for promoting the Researcher Workbench to both emerging and established researchers of various disciplines
0-5 minutes: Introduction, welcome, and overview
5-15 minutes: Defining audiences, tailoring messages,
15-25 minutes: Choosing where and how to disseminate information
25-30 minutes: Branding guidelines
30-45 minutes: Deep dives into multiple research areas
45-60 minutes: live Q&A.
MLA CE Credits: 1.0