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New RefWorks and EndNote sessions added for April

The Health Sciences Library has added RefWorks and EndNote workshops in April in Computer Classroom 1460A. Dates and times are: RefWorks – Tuesday April 8, 12-1 pm EndNote – Wednesday April 9, 3-4 pm Further details about these and other … Continue reading

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January – April 2014 Library Workshops

The schedule of library workshops is now posted at http://library.ucalgary.ca/workshops. Sessions offered at the Health Sciences Library are shown in green. Select the session(s) of interest for more details and to register. New sessions include Square One Orientation, an introduction … Continue reading

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Literature Searching Clinics

How do I quickly find evidence-based answers to my clinical question? How do I search so I don’t miss anything? What is the difference between MEDLINE and PubMed? When would I use one over the other? Are you a student, … Continue reading

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Thesis Formatting Workshop

Learn How to Use the UofC Thesis Template Review the UofC Thesis Guidelines –  Newly Revised! Work with the UofC Thesis Template Take the pain out of publishing your thesis One of the most daunting tasks that a graduate student … Continue reading

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CHANGED DATES – MEDLINE and PubMed Literature Search Training

The Health Sciences Library is offering free drop-in sessions on how to search OVID MEDLINE and PubMed using MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Learn about: differences between MEDLINE and PubMed differences between MeSH searching and keyword searching how to focus your … Continue reading

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Open Access, Copyright & Intellectual Property Workshop Oct 18, 19

Please come to a workshop on Open Access, Copyright & Intellectual Property, as it affects graduate student research and publication. Wendy Stephens, the University Copyright Officer and Mary Westell, Director of the Centre for Scholarly Communication, will discuss the many … Continue reading

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