reference management

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examples of research protocols (in COMIRB format, for example) covering a variety/range of methodologies: focus groups, chart review/medical record abstraction, surveys, cognitive interviewing, etc very clear, obvious, user-friendly links to accessing online resources from other University of Colorado libraries (for those of us looking for things like history, anthropology, sociology) institutional subscription to a citation manager. (seriously. this is huge. we need this.)
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more frequent atlas t1 classes higher level endnote classes (ie a 301 level, not just a 101 and 201)
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Online EndNote tutorial

Wish #1 granted! Check out the tutorials on the library's webpage on Bibliographic Citation Tutorials.

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EndNote RefWords Any citation manager
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EndNote EndNote EndNote
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citation manager!
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a quick on line video orientation to the various numbers that get assigned to publications. Help for faculty in maintaining their online bibliographies. Access to electronic version of Mandell's Principals and practice of infectious diseases textbook with ability to access the textbook's index.

Wish #3 granted! This book can be accessed from both ClinicalKey and the library's e-books page under M: Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's principles and practice of infectious diseases.

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Classes (e.g., EndNote, doing lit search, and others) should be videotaped so that the recording can be accessed later. A lot of our faculties/staff are interested in learning these skills but unable to get away (from the clinic, or lab, or meetings) to attend the in-person class. So, if there is a recording of these classes, then they can view it at their own time. If you go about this route, please make a good quality audio/video and/or with link to the handouts. Thank you!
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