NNLM webinar, Staying Healthy Abroad

Are you preparing for holiday travel? Has winter encouraged you to seek warmer climates or to be adventurous? Perhaps you and your travel companions have preconceived ideas regarding travel especially when it comes to international trips. The author of the book, Staying Healthy Abroad, Dr. Christopher Sanford, will be the presenter at

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MLA December Webinar: Help researchers increase the impact of their work

Research by the Numbers: Measuring and Increasing Impact Wednesday, December 11, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time. Research by the Numbers will help you help authors and researchers increase the impact of their work. You’ll gain an overview of classic metrics and an introduction to the latest citation-based indicator and visualization tools. #MLAResearchNumbers

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MLA December Webinar: Help researchers increase the impact of their work

Research by the Numbers: Measuring and Increasing Impact Wednesday, December 11, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time. Research by the Numbers will help you help authors and researchers increase the impact of their work. You’ll gain an overview of classic metrics and an introduction to the latest citation-based indicator and visualization tools. #MLAResearchNumbers

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MLA December Webinar: Journal Impact Factors, H-Index, Altmetrics, Oh My!

Research by the Numbers: Measuring and Increasing Impact<http://www.medlib-ed.org/products/2096/research-by-the-numbers-measuring-and-increasing-impact> Wednesday, December 11, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., central time. Getting questions about Journal Impact Factors, H-Index, or altmetrics you don’t know how to answer? Need a refresher on metrics best practices for responsible use? This webinar on publication impact metrics and related tools will have

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Systematic Review Webinar on Thursday

Dear Colleagues, On *Thursday at 3pm Eastern* I will be part of a team presenting a webinar titled* “Librarians: The Key to Powerful Systematic Reviews”* which is part of the “Best of SLA 2019” series. Registration info at bottom. *Description:* It’s no surprise that research has demonstrated that systematic review teams with 

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Webinar: Analyzing the Legacy of Henrietta Lacks

Analyzing the Legacy of Henrietta Lacks In 1951, a young black woman named Henrietta Lacks was diagnosed with cervical cancer. During her treatment, her doctor took a sample of her cells and tried to grow them in culture. The cells, called HeLa cells, were the first human cells that could be grown

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Use Google to Find Grey Literature Gold!

Grey (Literature) Matters: Structuring your Google Search In the second of a two-part series on grey (literature) matters, Sarah Bonata shows you how to harness the power of a structured Google search to find grey literature gold without sifting through hundreds or thousands of hits. Learn more about and purchase the Grey

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