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Update January 16, 2018 – REGISTRATION IS CLOSED! We have reached capacity for both seats and wait list. The NNLM Training Office is excited to announce a new learning opportunity for bioinformatics and biology training. Bioinformatics and Biology Essentials For Librarians: Databases, Tools, and Clinical Applications is a 16-week, self-paced course worth 25 hours of… Read More »
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… Read More »
Thanks for joining us on our ongoing educational journey through NLM’s wide variety of resources! We have some great things cooking for 2018, including courses on instructional design, bioinformatics, research data management, and of course new installments of our steadfast series PubMed for Librarians, Teaching Topics, and Discovering TOXNET. Stay abreast of all of the Network’s… Read More »
What is the 21st century equivalent of a worksheet? Consider the HyperDoc. I discovered HyperDocs through a recent MLA News article (subscription required). HyperDocs are a “transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction,“, according to the HyperDoc Girls, a group of three teachers who coined the term after their schools adopted… Read More »
We’ve heard from our community that you wish you could get CE credit for watching recorded sessions of our series PubMed for Librarians. Now you can! Just follow these steps: 1. Watch a recording of PubMed for Librarians and complete the handout for the class. 2. Handout is provided in the video’s YouTube description and… Read More »