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Library Classes

Librarians are happy to teach a wide variety of classes based on the needs of IUSM students, faculty, or staff. IUSM faculty may wish to contact their Medical Library Faculty Liaison about developing a class tailored to a particular specialty, curriculum, or research assignment.

All library classes will be streamed live via Zoom, https://iu.zoom.us/j/78350261If there are no attendees online or in-person, classes will be cancelled 15 minutes after the scheduled start time. If you are interested in attending a class, but the time does not fit your schedule, please feel free to contact your library liaison for a one on one session.

Fall Classes 2017

Data Topics

Data Services for Human Subjects Research
Speakers: Bob Davis, FSPH Department of Biostatics
                  Faye Smith, Regenstrief Institution - Data Core

Date: Tuesday, November 7th,12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226

 

Developing HIPAA compliant workflows for ePHI
Speakers: Anurag Shankar, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research
                 Andrew Marsh, Clinical Affairs Information Technology Services (CAITS)
                  Leslie Pfeffer, General Council and IUSM

Date: Wednesday, November 8th,12:00pm to 1:30pm, Rm.225

 

Researcher perspectives - Handling human subjects data responsibly
Speakers: Jennifer Guiliano, Assistant Professor, IU School of Liberal Arts @ IUPUI
                 Kendall Roark, Research Data Specialist and Assistant Professor, Purdue University Libraries
                  Modupe Labode, Associate Professor, IU School of Liberal Arts @ IUPUI
                  Elizabeth Nelson, Assistant Professor, IU School of Liberal Arts @ IUPUI
                  Emily Beckman, Assistant Professor, IU School of Liberal Arts @ IUPUI

Date: Thursday, November 9th,12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226


Register for these classes (Registration is not required but is recommended).

Data Services for Human Subjects Research
Join us for an overview and discussion of the research data services offered by the Indiana CTSI Research Data Services and Regenstrief Data Core. Each speaker will briefly describe the services their groups provide and answer questions.

 

Developing HIPAA compliant workflows for ePHI
Do you store or analyze research data containing PHI on IU systems? This session will walk researchers through the additional physical, administrative, and technical safeguards necessary to work with critical data appropriately.

 

Researcher perspectives - Handling human subjects data responsibly
This panel of researchers in the humanities and social sciences will discuss practical strategies in dealing with human subjects data in their field. Each will describe the most common issues they face and share resources or strategies for addressing those challenges. Finally, audience members will have time to ask questions of the panel.

 

EndNote Basics

Instructors: Sue London, slondon@iu.edu
                  Rick Ralston, rralston@iu.edu

Dates:  

Wednesday, September 6th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Rm.227
Wednesday, September 27th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226
Thursday, October 5th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Rm.227
Thursday, October 19th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226
Thursday, November 2nd, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226
Thursday, November 16th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

EndNote is a citation management software program. This program allows users to import citations from numerous literature databases into one spot. Users can then edit citations, add notes, import full text documents, and ultimately, use the program to format citations for articles, papers, grant proposals, etc.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to add references to EndNote libraries manually and by importing from a  variety of databases.
  • Be able to add full text to article references.
  • Be able to format references in various styles. 
  • Be able to insert references into documents and remove them safely.
  • Be able to share and transport libraries safely.

 

Introduction to Medical Library Resources

Instructors: Erin Foster, erdfost@iu.edu
                  Kacy Allgood, allgoodk@iu.edu

Dates:  

Thursday, September 7th, 1:00pm to 2:00pm, Rm.227
Tuesday, October 3rd, 10:00am to 11:00am, Rm.227


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

This 1-hour course introduces researchers to a wide variety of available electronic resources.This provides a fast-paced, broad, strong starting point for faculty, staff, students and residents who are looking to access background medical information, professional medical literature, (for clinical care or publishing), prep CVs and much more. For a comprehensive overview of research resources offered at the library, please consult our Medical Library Research Guide.

Learning Objectives:

  • Locate, identify, and access multiple, subject appropriate, library databases (articles).
  • Locate & access resources for test prep, CV prep, contact info for additional library help, subject guides, and more.
  • Understand the basics of searching using controlled vocabulary (MeSH) in PubMed or Ovid.

 

Introduction to Tableau

Instructors: Erin Foster, erdfost@iu.edu
                  Beth Whipple, ewhipple@iu.edu

Dates:  

Thursday, September 21st, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

This class will introduce new Tableau users to the Tableau interface, teach them how to prepare and manipulate data, and create basic visualizations like bar charts and heat maps. The free version of Tableau, called Tableau Public, will be used for the purposes of the class, but the content will be applicable to users with a licensed version as well.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basic functionality of Tableau
  • Learn how to manipulate data in Tableau
  • Create basic chart types (bar chart, line chart, heat maps)
  • Build and publish a dashboard created using Tableau

 

Predatory Journals

Instructor: Jennifer Herron, jenherro@iu.edu


Dates:  

Thursday, October 26th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

Learn more about what predatory journals and why they are a problem in the academic world. Also learn how to distinguish a predatory journal from a credible journal.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what predatory journals are and how they are different from credible journals.
  • Understand how predatory journals can impact academic careers.
  • Use a predatory journals screening sheet to identify markers of credible journals.
  • Locate the Predatory Journals resource guide.

 

3D Printing in the Medical Library

Instructor: Jennifer Herron, jenherro@iu.edu


Dates:  

Thursday, September 14th, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

This class will provide information on the library’s newest service: 3D Printing. Attendees will learn what they need to do in order to request a 3D print from the library, where to find models, and how to do some editing on models. Attendees will also learn more about the 3D printers the library currently has and the special features of each printer.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify sources for 3D printable models.
  • Understand how the 3D printing service works in the medical library.
  • Understand what the library's 3D printers can and cannot print.

 

Using MyBibliography for NIH Public Access Compliance

Instructor: Beth Whipple, ewhipple@iu.edu


Dates:  

Wednesday, September 13th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

Learn how to use MyBibliography to manage NIH Public Access compliance for NIH-funded peer-reviewed papers and ensure that grant money is not held up by non-compliant papers. Learn how to add items into MyBibliography (including PubMed records and others), check for compliance and know what the different stages mean, and when to contact the publisher and what information they need to get papers a PMCID.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role of MyBibliography for NIH Public Access Compliance.
  • Use MyBibliography to check NIH Public Access Policy compliance and create reports.
  • Identify steps needed to get a paper a PMCID.
  • Understand the difference between a PMID and PMCID.

 

Using MyBibliography for SciENcv

Instructor: Beth Whipple, ewhipple@iu.edu


Dates:  

Thursday, October 11th, 12:00pm to 1:00pm, Rm.226


Register for this class (Registration is not required but is recommended).

Come learn about converting NIH Biosketches into the new format, what SCiENcv is and how to use it, and how to use MyBibliography to help in this process.

Learning Objectives:

  • Use SciENcv to create NIH biosketches.
  • Understand the role of MyBibliography for SciENcv.
  • Create multiple versions of the NIH biosketch.

 

Catalog of Class Offerings
*sessions available by request

Data Topics

Workshops offered on a variety of data topics. Recent topics include encryption, Open Refine, and data sharing.

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Determining Your Impact

This class will provide participants with information on various metrics such as impact factors, Eigenfactors, the Becker Model, H-Indices, etc. Participants will also get hands on experience with using library resources to discover more information about tracking their impact going forward.

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EndNote Basics 

EndNote is a citation management software program. This program allows users to import citations from numerous literature databases into one spot. Users can then edit citations, add notes, import full text documents, and ultimately, use the program to format citations for articles, papers, grant proposals, etc.

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Finding Faculty Publications

It is increasingly important that tenure-track faculty keep tabs on their scholarly activities, such as publishing and presenting at conferences. Faculty productivity measures are a key factor in achieving tenure and promotion and many medical schools use them to make comparisons with other schools. This class will introduce resources that will help faculty accurately track publications and other scholarly activities in order to effectively demonstrate the full impact of their faculty scholarship.

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Integrating Augmented Reality in Instruction 

Learn more about augmented reality and how it is being used in medical education. Also learn about how you can incorporate augmented reality in presentations and classroom events. 

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Introduction to Medical Library Resources

This 1-hour course introduces researchers to a wide variety of available electronic resources.  This provides a fast-paced, broad, strong starting point for faculty, staff, students and residents who are looking to access background medical information, professional medical literature, (for clinical care or publishing), prep CVs and much more.  For a comprehensive overview of research resources offered at the library, please consult our Medical Library Research Guide.

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Love Your Data (LYD) Locally

Part of an international social media event (#LYD17), this workshop is intended to raise awareness around research data management, sharing, and preservation along with support and resources available at IUSM and IU more broadly. The theme for this year is 'data quality' and this class will focus on defining, documenting, finding, using, sharing, and caring for quality research data. 

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Mobile Resources

This class will provide information on what mobile resources are available through the library, how to install and register these apps, and some basic instructions on using these apps. Additionally, the Mobile Resources guide will be discussed and how to find other apps not available through the library. Lastly, attendee will learn some basic information about how to evaluate apps they find in app stores and learn a little more about how apps make it to the app store.

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New Tools For Impact: Altmetrics

Learn about what altmetrics are and how they can work for you! You’ll learn where they are located, what different types of altmetrics are currently out there and in use, and how these types of metrics can be used (along with traditional metrics) to tell your story and demonstrate the impact and reach of your work.

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Predatory Journals 

Learn more about what predatory journals and why they are a problem in the academic world. Also learn how to distinguish a predatory journal from a credible journal.

Request a class session

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3D Printing in the Medical Library 

This class will provide information on the library’s newest service: 3D Printing. Attendees will learn what they need to do in order to request a 3D print from the library, where to find models, and how to do some editing on models. Attendees will also learn more about the 3D printers the library currently has and the special features of each printer.  

Request a class session

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Using MyBibliography for NIH Public Access Compliance

Learn how to use MyBibliography to manage NIH Public Access compliance for NIH-funded peer-reviewed papers and ensure that grant money is not held up by non-compliant papers. Learn how to add items into MyBibliography (including PubMed records and others), check for compliance and know what the different stages mean, and when to contact the publisher and what information they need to get papers a PMCID.

Request a class session

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Using MyBibliography for SciENcv

Come learn about converting NIH Biosketches into the new format, what SCiENcv is and how to use it, and how to use MyBibliography to help in this process.

Request a class session

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Won't Get Fooled Again – Evaluating Scientific Research

This class focuses on challenges around reporting scientific research and highlights methods of critically engaging with research. Course instructors will discuss potential areas of misconduct such as p-hacking. We will also discuss community resources available to scientists and the general public to discuss and evaluate published scientific literature. Class content will also touch on movements towards reproducibility in research while also combating inaccuracies in scientific reporting. 

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Other Classes/Presentations/Tutorials around Campus

Ruth Lilly Medical Library History of Medicine PresentationsThe bottom of this website includes information on exhibits and presentations being held at the Ruth Lilly Medical Library.

 

Indiana University School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs and Development – The Office of Faculty Affairs & Professional Development (OFAPD) plans and implement faculty development activities that ensure effective and successful recruitment, appointment, retention, and promotion of faculty - See more at: http://faculty.medicine.iu.edu/about-us/

 

IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning Event Listing – The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) advances IUPUI’s commitment to teaching excellence by collaborating with faculty, schools, and departments to enhance student learning and to support faculty development at our diverse urban research institution.

 

Center for Digital Scholarship at University Library – This group provides sessions with a focus on digital scholarship, data, and artifacts. Topics for sessions in the past have included tools for determining the impact of research, best practices for data entry, and Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines.

 

University Information Technology Services Training – UITS IT Training helps students, faculty, and staff grow in technology with instructor-led learning workshops, online webinar training, and self-study resources.



                                                                                                                                     

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