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Archive for 2005
> From the NLM Technical Bulletin, July-August 2005:
Three new animated tutorials, called “quick tours”, are available to demonstrate the following PubMed topics:
1)Getting Started with My NCBI: How to register, sign in and out, change your password, and what to do if you’ve forgotten your password.
2)Saving Searches: How to save a PubMed search to run later or to have results sent to your e-mail account.
3)Filters: How to create filters to group your search results.
Take a look at them at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/dist_edu.html
This article was written by Ginger Kwan, Project Coordinator,
“Technology Training for Trusted Sources in Diverse Communities Project”
In 2004 an important project was started in the Seattle/King County area. It was called “Technology Training for Trusted Sources in Diverse Communities”. The aim of the project was to improve the use of the Internet by a group of advocates and outreach workers identified as “Trusted Sources” to access health information and in turn provide culturally and linguistically relevant information for families raising children with developmental disabilities. (more…)
This spring the NN/LM PNR solicited applications for express outreach
projects. Eleven new projects have been funded and are ready to begin. (more…)
NLM recommends the following steps to help you and your patrons best utilize the new features and interface of the redesigned Loansome Doc.
1. REVIEW NEW LOANSOME DOC FEATURES
The release notes list the new features that were added including those that libraries can use to customize the registration process. (more…)