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New Moodle Asynchronous On-Demand Class: PubMed Essentials

Posted by on June 27th, 2018 Posted in: Continuing Education


The National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office (NTO) is happy to announce the rollout of a new self-paced, on-demand PubMed class.

What is the class about?

This class is about PubMed, a free resource that provides access to the National Library of Medicine database of citations and abstracts. If you’ve wondered what disciplines are included in PubMed or how to search for a specific article, this short course is for you.

How long does the class take to complete?

The course is designed to take approximately one hour to complete.

Who should take this class?

If you are new to PubMed or just want a refresher this class is for you.

What is the format of the class?

The class is made up of 12 very short video-modules (2-3 minutes each) with interactive exercises built into each video-module so you can explore PubMed at your own pace. PubMed Essentials is available via Moodle 24/7 (upon registration).

Can I earn MLA CE for this class?

Yes, upon completion of the course and the evaluation, the course is approved for 1 MLA CE credit.

Register here: https://nnlm.gov/class/pubmed-essentials-demand/8137

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