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New Classes added to NTO Calendar

Posted by on January 3rd, 2018 Posted in: Blog, Classes, News


Happy new year! I wanted this to be a retrospective with our most popular posts from 2017, but it turns out our most popular posts were the ones promoting upcoming classes! So instead here’s descriptions and links to NTO’s upcoming classes starting in January. All of them are free and most carry CE credit from the Medical Library Association.

2018 MeSH Highlights

When: Friday, January 5 | Who needs it: librarians with short attention spans, overworked catalogers | CE Credit: none, its only 20 minutes!

Register: https://nnlm.gov/class/2018-mesh-highlights/8055

PubMed for Librarians

When: Wednesdays starting January 10 | Who needs it: anyone eager for a live dose of PubMed training | CE credit: 1.5 hours/class

Registerhttps://nnlm.gov/classes/pml

MeSH Changes and PubMed Searching

When: Friday, January 19 | Who needs it: subject heading fangirls, those wanting to refresh their MeSH | CE Credit: 1 hour

Register: https://nnlm.gov/class/mesh-changes-and-pubmed-searching/8043

Build a Better Class with Instructional Design

When: January 22 – March 16 | Who needs it: aspiring masters of bibliographic instruction | CE Credit: 10 hours

Register: https://nnlm.gov/class/build-better-class-instructional-design/8058

 

PS: We are fine tuning one more class which will open for registration next week. It is a 16 week self-paced course on bioinformatics and NCBI databases which will run January 29 – May 18. Are you up for the task?

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